The contributions of the Italian chemist Amedeo Avogadro ( ) relate to the work of two of his contemporaries, Joseph Louis GayLussac and John Dalton.
Joseph Louis GayLussac (; French: ; also Louis Joseph GayLussac; 6 December 1778 9 May 1850) was a French chemist and physicist. He is known mostly for his
Biography of LouisJoseph GayLussac In 1808 Napoleon ordered the construction of a colossal power battery to the Polytechnic School, GayLussac's law.
French chemist Joseph Louis GayLussac proposed two fundamental laws of gases in the early 19th century. While one is generally attributed to a fellow countryman, the
Joseph Louis GayLussac (French: [zf lwi lysak; also Louis Joseph GayLussac; 6 December 1778 9 May 1850) was a French chemist and physicist. He
GayLussac is best known for his chemical work but Joseph Louis GayLussac a close associate of Napoleon Bonaparte. GayLussac may be seen as the first
GayLussac was a great teacher who could recount his thoughts simply and understandably without established at that time pompous phrases. Simplicity and
Joseph Louis GayLussac Joseph GayLussac was a an important society of science that originated from the scientific desires and attentions of Napoleon
Napoleon annuls the 10day week of the French Republican Calendar with effect from 1 January 1806, the Horse Patrol, Joseph Louis GayLussac Parijs. 1.
Early Scientific Balloons the balloon that had served Napoleon at the The scientists J. B. Biot and Joseph Louis GayLussac made
Napoleon Jacques Charles and Joseph Luis GayLussac independently discovered that the volume of a gas maintained at
Joseph Louis GayLussac was die oudste kind van die familie van sewe in 'n klein dorpie in die Franse provinsie van wat Napoleon Bonaparte geskep het,
Joseph Louis GayLussac: Emperor Napoleon was interested in this discovery and he gave a big sum of money to the Polytechnic school for making a large Voltaic
Louis Joseph GayLussac ou Joseph Louis GayLussac 6 de dezembro de 1778 Paris, 10 de maio de 1850) foi um fsico e qumico francs.