Person    | Male  Born 25/10/1827  Died 18/3/1907

Marcellin Berthelot

Categories: Science

Countries: France

Organic and physical chemist. Born and died in Paris. Very successful and well-known in his lifetime. Achieved high office in the Chemical Society of Paris and in the French Academy of Sciences.

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Sir Charles Parsons

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