Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac lived through three revolutions in France and his life reflected the social transformations taking place around him. Sign in Create an account. Maurice Daumas - - Revue d'Histoire des Sciences 3 4: A scientist in the service of government and industry. Reacting volumes and chemical composition. Scientist and Bourgeois Maurice P.
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Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac
Professor Academician and editor. For more guidance, see Wikipedia: This page was last edited on 15 Januaryat He made innumerable discoveries in the science, and even the restored royalty made him a Peer of France, although he worked politically with the anti-clericals. Spurgin - - Annals of Science 44 5: The Metamorphoses of Natural Law: The Museum dHistoire Naturelle.
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