The extraordinary impact of Michael Faraday on chemistry and related subjects.

Abstract

Biographers of Michael Faraday, as well as many dictionaries of science, often describe him as a physicist, which he certainly was. But he was also an astonishingly effective chemist: in fact, he was the Fullerian Professor of Chemistry (at the Royal Institution, RI) from 1834 until the time of his death in August, 1867. To mark the sesquicentenary of his… (More)
DOI: 10.1039/c7cc90239e

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