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Who Are The Foreign Chemist Scientist?

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The many chemist scientists around the world, such as Dmitri Mendeleev and Louis Pasteur, contributed immensely to the society we live in today. Their continuous research, experiments and discoveries have helped to influence and develop many new scientific ideas.

Here are a few famous chemist scientists of our time:

Dmitri Mendeleev (1834 - 1907) Dmitri Mendeleev was a Russian chemist and inventor who created the periodic table of elements (or the periodic table). He organized the 118 known chemical elements according to their atomic structure.

Louis Pasteur (1822 - 1895) French chemist Louis Pasteur discovered pasteurization; a technique which involves using the right amount of heat to slow down the development and kill any microbial life and bacteria in milk and wine. The method is used in such a way that the product is unspoilt. Pasteur is also known for creating the first vaccine for anthrax and rabies. His discovery has saved thousands of people's lives across the globe.

William Prout (1785 - 1850) English-born William Prout was a chemist and physician who experimented with the chemistry of the stomach and urine system. After much research he discovered that gastric juice was in fact, hydrochloric acid. Prout also published papers known as Prout's hypothesis. The papers hypothesized how all chemical elements were made up of conglomerations of hydrogen atoms; although this theory was questioned by other scientists in the 1820s.

Other famous chemist scientists include:

Alfred Bernhard Nobel - a Swedish chemist who invented dynamite and other explosives

Clemens Alexander Winkler - a German chemist who discovered the element germanium

Ascanio Sobrero - an Italian chemist who discovered nitroglycerin, a yellow liquid used in dynamite and other explosives

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