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French scientists GAY-LUSSAC and BIOT conduct scientific observations in a balloon at 4000 metres altitude ; later they went even higher, up to 6500 metres
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French scientist GAY-LUSSAC makes one of his ascents at Paris - the first instance of a manned aerial device being used for scientific purposes
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Jean Baptiste Biot and Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac, French scientists, 1804 (1870). Biot (1774-1864) and Gay-Lussac (1778-1850) are shown making measurements at a...
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Gay-Lussac and Biot conducting physics experiments in a hot air balloon, 1804. Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac also Louis Joseph Gay-Lussac; 1778-1850
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Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac's hot air balloon ascent, Paris, September 1804 (1900). On this flight, French chemist and physicist Gay-Lussac (1778-1850) reached a...
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Webb's chemical factory, Diglis, Worcestershire, 1869  The tall building to right behind chimney contains Gay-Lussac's lead chambers for the production of...
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Sectional view of Gay-Lussac's lead chambers and absorption towers, 1870. These were for the large-scale production of sulphuric acid also (Oil of Vitriol or...
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Experiment to calculate the speed of sound in air, Paris, 1822, (c1880). In 1822 the French appointed a commission to find the speed of sound in air
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Sectional view of Gay-Lussac's lead chambers and absorption towers, 1870  These were for the large-scale production of sulphuric acid also known as Oil of...
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Sectional view of lead chambers for large-scale production of sulphuric acid, 1870. Also known as Oil of Vitriol or H2S04
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A balloon is conceptually the simplest of all flying machines. The balloon is a fabric envelope filled with a gas that is lighter than the surrounding...
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Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac French Chemist & Physicist (1778-1850) / Nach Der Lithographie Von Belliard-Delpech / Based On The Lithograph By Belliard-Delpech 01...
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Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac, French chemist, physicist and balloonist, c1870. Gay-Lussac (1778-1850) investigated the behaviour of gases and developed techniques of...
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Louis Joseph Gay-Lussac
Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac aka Louis Joseph Gay-Lussac, 1778 - 1850. French chemist and physicist. From Les Merveilles de la Science, published 1870
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gay-lussac, 1832-1867, history of france by henri martin, editor furne 1880
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Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac also Louis Joseph Gay-Lussac, 6 December 1778 – 9 May 1850 was a French chemist and physicist  He is known mostly for two laws related...
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Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac, French chemist, physicist and balloonist, c1824. Gay-Lussac (1778-1850) investigated the behaviour of gases and developed techniques of...
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Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac making a balloon ascent from Paris, 14 September 1804 (1910). On this flight, French chemist and physicist Gay-Lussac (1778-1850)...
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Paris, 5th arrondissement, 5 rue gay lussac, building where lived George Sand, Photo Gilles Targat

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