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Gay-Lussac is discussed in Sir William A. They did not think that magnetic intensity in any one place changed with time, since on taking readings at Milan on entering and leaving Italy at an interval of six months, they found no difference. One of these classes included compounds—such as starch, gum, and sugar—in which the proportion of oxygen to hydrogen was the same as in water. Gay-Lussac also analyzed the composition of substances isolated from animals and vegetables, measured the solubility of salts as a function of temperature, and developed volumetric methods for chemical analysis. However, Sir Humphry Davyvisiting in Paris at the time, wrote a particularly insulting note to the scientific world claiming priority for the discovery of the elemental nature of iodine, asserting that Gay-Lussac had learned the fundamental properties of iodine from him.

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In other words, one volume of hydrogen contains the same number of molecules as one volume of oxygen.

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Biographies of Scientific Men/Gay-Lussac

Gay-Lussac's name will be forever remembered, not just for the laws named for him, but for their actual effect upon the history of chemistry and physics. Paris, France, 9 May chemistry, physics. For example, he found that hydrogen and chlorine combine in equal volumes, while one volume of nitrogen and three volumes of hydrogen produce two volumes of ammonia. Although no vacancy in the chemistry section existed, his credentials in physics were sufficiently strong to enable him to enter that section. This hypothesis meant that the previously stated result.

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He showed, for example, that the action of steam on heated iron is a reversible action. While in Rome, the young chemist was able to use the laboratory of Wilhelm von Humboldt, on which occasion he discovered the presence of fluorides and phosphates in the bones of fish. Views Read Edit View history. In he was elected to represent Haute-Vienne in the chamber of deputies, and in he entered the chamber of peers. Gay-Lussac began his memoir by pointing out the unique character of the gaseous state 6 For solids and liquids a particular increase in pressure would produce a change different in each case; it was only matter in the gaseous state that increased equally in volume for a given increase of pressure. He even carried out an indicator correction, measuring the amount of acid required to change the color of the same amount of indicator as had been used in the titration. He deduced his law from a few fairly clear cases particularly the first few listed above and glossed over discrepancies in some of the others.

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