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Robert Boyle
   is known as a   
Chemist
1627-1691
Chemist
   in American would be   
Pharmacy
Chemist Sketch
   was performed by   
Cleese, Idle and Palin
Who's got a boil on the bum... boil on the botty. (throws bottle to the only man standing up) Who's got the chest rash? (a woman with a large bosom puts up hand) Have to get a bigger bottle.
Paul Farley
   won the award for the book   
The Boy from the Chemist is Here to See You
1999
Sidney Altman
   is known as a   
Chemist
1989 Nobel Prize in chemistry
William Francis Giauque
   is known as a   
Chemist
1949 Nobel Prize in chemistry
Michael Smith
   is known as a   
Chemist
1993 Nobel Prize in chemistry
Willard Frank Libby
   was a/an   
Chemist
Noted for his role in the development of radiocarbon dating; Nobel Laureate
Linus Pauling
   was a   
Chemist
And peace activist (1901-1994)
Avogadro's Law
   applies in   
Chemistry
In chemistry and physics, one of the gas laws, relating to the volume and molarity of a gas
546
   represents   
Inorganic Chemistry
541
   represents   
Physical & Theoretical Chemistry
Antoine Laurent Lavoisier
   wrote   
Elements of Chemistry
Influential textbook published in 1789
Ernest Rutherford
   won for   
Chemistry of Radioactive Substances
1908
Devil's Nest
   appears in   
Fullmetal Alchemist
Bar
Paul Berg
   won for   
Fundamental Studies of the Biochemistry of Nucleic Acids
1980 - With particular regard to recombinant-DNA
Van Der Waals Equation
   applies in   
Chemistry
Johannes Diderik van der Waals
Le Chatelier's Principle
   applies in   
Chemistry
Henri Louis le Chatelier
Raoult's Law
   applies in   
Chemistry
States that the vapor pressure of mixed liquids is dependent on the vapor pressures of the individual liquids and the molar vulgar fraction of each present in solution
Walther Hermann Nernst
   won for   
Thermochemistry
1920
Química
   is translated as   
Chemistry
540
   represents   
Chemistry & Allied Sciences
John Warcup Cornforth
   won for   
The Stereochemistry of Enzyme-catalyzed Reactions
1975
540
   is the sub-category for   
Chemistry & Allied Sciences
547
   represents   
Organic Chemistry
George A. Olah
   won for   
Carbocation Chemistry
1994
Hermann Staudinger
   won for   
Discoveries in the Field of Macromolecular Chemistry
1953
Vladimir Prelog
   won for   
The Stereochemistry of Organic Molecules and Reactions
1975
Paul J. Crutzen, Mario J. Molina and F. Sherwood Rowland
   won for   
Atmospheric Chemistry
1995 - Particularly concerning the formation and decomposition of ozone
Paul J. Flory
   won for   
The Physical Chemistry of Macromolecules
1974
Robert Wilhelm Eberhard Bunsen
   was   
A Pioneer in Emmission Spectroscopy, Gas Analysis & Photochemistry
Yes, he invented the bunsen burner -- Born 1811 CE, died 1899 CE
543
   represents   
Analytical Chemistry
Loren Eiseley
   wrote   
Notes of an Alchemist
Irving Langmuir
   won for   
Discoveries and Investigation in Surface Chemistry
1932
Edwin Mattison McMillan and Glenn Theodore Seaborg
   won for   
Discoveries in the Chemistry of Transuranium Elements
1951
Ernst Otto Fischer and Geoffrey Wilkinson
   won for   
The Chemistry of the Organometallic
1973 - So called sandwich compounds
Henry's Law
   applies in   
Chemistry
The mass of a gas that dissolves in a definite volume of liquid is directly proportional to the pressure of the gas provided the gas does not react with the solvent
Antoine-Laurent De Lavoisier
   was   
The Father of Modern Chemistry
Born 1743 CE, died 1794 CE
John A. Pople
   won for   
Development of Computational Methods in Quantum Chemistry
1998
Chemistry
   in Macedonian is   
хемија
Paulo Coelho
   wrote   
The Alchemist
Sold more than 65 million copies, becoming one of the best-selling books in history, and has been translated into more than 67 languages, winning the Guinness World Record for most translated book by a living author.






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