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Chem 5

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Berthollet
Exothermic and Endothermic
Van Helmont
Stated that water was the main basic substance
Moseley
Stated that atomic number was more important than atomic mass
Newlands
Law of octaves
Gilbert
Scientific method
La Voisier
Modern chemistry
Pascal
Invented first calculator
Boyle
Established chemistry as an experimental science
La Voisier
First scientist to use Solar energy
Kelvin
Absolute temperature scale
Boyle
Started scientific chemistry
Lussac
Quantitative studies of gasses
Boyle
Proved that combustion would cease when air is removed
Dobereiner
Triad theory
Berthollet
Defined the terms exothermic and endothermic
Hertz
Unit of frequency named for him
Parcellus
Iatrochemist
Pascal
Stated that pressure varied with height
Priestly
Oxygen
Boyle
Law that stated that there is an inverse relationship between pressure and volume
Hertz
Radio Waves
Parcellus
Advances in medical treatment
Berthollet
Gave us the terms:
La Voisier
Law of conservation of matter
Mendeleev
Left room for elements that have not been discovered yet
Boyle
Qualitative analysis
La Voisier
First chemist to work with organic analysis
Boyle
Invented the first match
Mendeleev
Created periodic table of elements
Boyle
Litmus paper
Milikan
Charge on the electron
La Voisier
Logical system for naming chemicals
La Voisier
Revolution in chemical thought
La Voisier
Discredited the first combustion theory
Berthollet
Chemical reactions
Boyle
Distinguished between elements, compounds and mixtures

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