Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac

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French chemist and physicist who first isolated boron and who formulated the law describing the behavior of gases under constant pressure (1778-1850)


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Newbold, B.T., 'Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac: Polyvalence Personified', ACCN, 50(1):29, 1998.
Newbold, B.T, 'Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac: Polyvalence Personified', Can.
Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac is well-known for his discovery of the law of combining gas volumes which was published in 1809 in a paper entitled "Sur la combinaison des substances gazeuses, les unes avec les autres" [1].
The achievements of Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac were truly outstanding, as evidenced by the fact that his work had an enormous impact on many key areas of chemistry and other sciences.