BC: Made By: Megan Davis
FC: Evolution of the Modern Atomic Theory
1: Democritus | 460-370 BC | The Greek natural philosopher Democritus promulgated the atomic theory, which asserted that the universe is composed of two elements: the atoms and the void in which they exist and move. | Born in Abdera
2: Aristotle 384-322 BC | One of Plato's greatest students | Aristotle's father was a physician to the king of Mecadonia
3: Boyle | 1627-1691 | Was born into a Protestant family.
4: Lavoisier | 1743-1794 | Married a young, beautiful 13-year-old girl named Marie-Anne | French chemist | Designed a new method for preparing saltpeter
5: Dalton | 1766-1844 | British chemist and physicist | Born at Eaglesfield
6: Avogadro | 1776-1856 | Graduated in ecclesiastical law | He married Felicita Mazzé and had six children
7: Gay-Lussac | 1778-1850 | great theoretical scientist | Experimentalist
8: Cannizzaro | 1826-1910 | Italian Chemist | In 1841, he entered the university there with the intention of making medicine his profession.
9: Mendeleev | 1834-1907 | Born in Tobolsk | blonde-haired, blue-eyed boy was the youngest of 14 children
10: Becquerel | 1852-1908 | He received his engineering degree in 1877 | both his father and grandfather before him had been physicists
11: J.J Thomson | 1856-1940 | Born in Cheetham Hill | Became a Fellow of Trinity College in 1880.
12: Wilson | 1856-1924 | He was an atheist | Educated at Rugby School and New College, Oxford.
13: Max Planck | 1858-1947 | A German physicist | Discovered quantum physics, initiating a revolution in natural science and philosophy.
14: Andrews Millikan | 1868-1953 | was a French novelist, critic, and essayist best known for his monumental la recherche du temps perdu
15: Proust | 1871-1922 | The novelist in 1900
16: Rutherford | 1871-1937 | main person in the study of radioactivity. | He won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1908. | named Lord of Nelson in 1931.
17: 1877-1956 | Soddy | Researcher at Oxford | He received the 1921 Nobel Prize in chemistry
18: Albert Einstein | 1879-1955 | Was a German-born theoretical physicist | developed the theory of general relativity
19: Geiger | 1882-1945 | German nuclear physicist | Best known for his invention of the Geiger counter
20: Niels Bohr | 1885-1962 | A Danish physicist | Bohr married Margrethe Norlund in 1912
21: Schrodinger | 1887-1961 | ran a small linoleum factory which he had inherited from his own father | entered the Akademisches Gymnasium in the autumn of 1898
22: Moseley | 1887-1915 | Born in Weymouth, Dorset | excelled in mathematics
23: Chadwick | 1891-1974 | elected Fellow of Gonville and Caius College (1921-1935) | had twin daughters
24: de Broglie | 1892-1987 | French physicist and a Nobel laureate in 1929 | born to a noble family in Dieppe
25: Hund | 1896-1997 | famous physicist from Germany. | Famous Why : Quantum tunneling.
26: Wolfgang Pauli | 1900-1958 | received his early education in Vienna | obtained his doctor's degree in 1921
27: Heisenberg | 1901-1976 | Became Assistant to Max Born at the University of Gttingen, and in 1924 | In 1929 he went on a lecture tour to the United States, Japan, and India.
28: Marsden | 1973-present | American actor, singer and former Versace model | known for playing the superhero