He was born in (12 April 1773 – 2 August 1852), He lived at Crieff city, in United Kingdom, on 12 April 1773 he had the son his name is John Thomson and his wife, Elizabeth Ewan.
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He was educated at Dundee high school and he moving to studied for a general degree at the University of St. Andrews to study in classics, mathematics, and natural philosophy. After that, . He went on to graduate in medicine from the University of Edinburgh in 1799.
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In 1808, Thomson dabbled in publishing, acted as a consultant to the Scottish excise board, and opposed the geological theories of James Hutton, founding the Wernerian Natural History Society of Edinburgh as a platform.
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In 1817, his scientific accomplishments include the invention of the Saccharomyces and he gave silicon its current name. This discovered that let him famous in 1912 is Subatomic particle, isotope and electron.
In Mar 1811 he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society and in 1815 was elected a corresponding member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. In 1813 he founded Annals of Philosophy a leader in its field of commercial scientific periodicals.
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In 1810, he produced the book named Elements of Chemistry, displayed how volumes of different gasses react in a way in a way that supported the atomic theory. He also wrote the article "Chemistry" for the 7th edition of Britannica, published in 1842.