Scientist Chemistry – Ramsay, William

May 25th, 2009  |  by  |  published in Technology

Scientist Chemistry - Ramsay, William

Ramsay, William (1852-1916). A Scottish chemist, known for his isolation of insert gases. He along with Lord Raleigh discovered argon in 1894. Subsequently, he isolated neon, krypton and xenon. He received the Noble Prize for chemistry in 1904.   Yet another discovery of Ramsay (in conjunction with Soddy), the importance of


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