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  • Hello , Today we will begin talking about John Dalton
  • John Dalton was a very successful person
  • Hello , Today we will begin talking about John Dalton
  • John Dalton was successful although he had a disability
  • Introducing John Dalton-John Dalton was born on September 6, 1766 and passed on July 27, 1844.
  • John Dalton published alot of work throughout his years of living
  • John Dalton was best known for his “groundbreaking research and contributions to atomic theory, colorblindness is often referred to as Daltonism due to his important work in the field”. In 1826, John Dalton was awarded the Society’s Royal Medal for his Atomic Theory.
  • Would you like to know something amazing? Well Dalton  published a list of atomic weights for six different elements,
  • Due to John Dalton's rare form of colorblindness, he was only able to see one color which was yellow.
  • What John Dalton theorized was very interesting  and outstanding , This is amazing
  • John Dalton  first published work was Meteorological Observations and Essays( “Dalton began to keep a meteorological diary in which, during the next 57 years, he entered more than 200,000 observations. In 1793, at the age of 27, Dalton's Meteorological Observations and Essays became his first published work”.) 
  • The Elements were   hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, carbon, sulfur, and phosphorous.
  • In 1803 John Dalton  theorized what has now become known as Dalton's Law, it states that “the total pressure of combined gases is equal to the partial pressures of each of those gases separately”. Overall John Dalton was a amazing Guy who didn't  let his disability stop him from being successful and achieving anything he put his mind to.
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