Name: Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev
DOB: February 8, 1834, Tobolsk, Russia
DOD: February 2, 1907, Saint Petersburg, Russia
Country of origin: Russia
Country where work was done: Russia
List three things about their life that contributes to the success of this person: a. He studied science at St. Petersburg and graduated in 1856. b. In 1863 Mendeleev was appointed to a professorship and in succeeded to the Chair in the University. c. The Russian chemist and science historian L.A. Tchugayev has characterized him as “a chemist of genius, first-class physicist, a fruitful researcher in the fields of hydrodynamics, meteorology, geology, certain branches of chemical technology. What honors did this person win?
He won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his discovery of the periodic system. He also won the Davy Medal from the Royal Society of England, the Copley Medal, the Society’s highest award, and honorary degrees from universities around the world. He won the Domidov Prize for a book that he wrote entitled organic chemistry. Describe the contribution or discovery that made this person a very important chemist. Dmitri Mendeleev’s biggest accomplishment was to develop the periodic system. He is considered as a scientist that did not make everything depend on his own work but developed them on information from other scientists as well and he build upon it. He used data from other scientists along with his own data to arrange the elements according to their properties and he was the one who was credited for those findings. List three questions that you would like to ask the person if you could have met them: a. Why did you include other people in your work?
b. Can you teach me to use my knowledge like you used yours? c. Why didn’t you train one of your sons to create another legacy or to continue your legacy?
Name: Max Karl Ernst Ludwig Planck
DOB: April 23, 1858
DOD: October 4, 1947 at the age of 89
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