In 1846 Vienna, childbed fever ran rampant causing death among many pregnant patients. Consequently, Dr. Ignaz Semmelweis began an experiment where his doctors washed their hands resulting in a decrease of patient death thus leading to Germ Theory.
The discovery of the periodic table gave scientist a way to teach the element so that students could understand it better.
The discovery of radiation, a big break through, found uses for them all over world and out of this world. Be careful though radiation can kill.
C.R.T. is an instrument that showed that there was an invisible force, electrons, that exist in our world and by using magnets you could bend that force.
Upon the discovery of oxygen, chemists wanted to know all about it. So they study it in every way and perfecting their studying habits.
New Air Oxygen
Chemist August Kekule created a written model to visualize the chemical structure of atoms.
Ring Link Atoms
We humans have always breath air but one chemist wanted to know more. What is air made of and how to study it.
With his construction of his own microscope, Antonie van Leeuwenhoek discovered microorganisms, namely the protozoa, which are single celled pond organisms. Because of his work, he is considered the first microbiologist.
Einstein's study of relativity lead to the now famous equation e=mc squared.
Darwin's extensive studies in the Galapagos Islands lead to his theory of natural selection, adaptation, and extinction.
Plastics was a great discovery, chemist could now reproduce products with better quality with minimal in pack to the earth.
After the discovery of atoms chemist discovered that atoms only combined in a certain way.
The discovery of atoms and their atomic weight. A break through in chemistry giving scientist a written form of elements and their relationship with each other.
Chemists wanted to understand the atom. How it is made and how it interacts with other atoms.
Electrons Form Bonds
Electricity was the new fire of its day and scientist of all kinds were finding out ways to use it.
The discovery that every atom, when burned, has a different color. Scientist could now know what was in a subject by the color it burned.
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