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Thien Nguyen
Updated: 9/16/2020
Thien Nguyen
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  • 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.
  • Hi, everyone! My name is Thomas Thomson and I was a Scottish chemist and mineralogist. Today I'm gonna talk everything about me.
  • 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.
  • 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.
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