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Thomas Smith Graham
Thomas Graham was a Scottish chemist best known for his leading work in the diffusion and dialysis of gases. Graham was born on December 21st, in Glasgow, Scotland. He was the son of a prosperous manufacturer who wanted him to become a church minister. At the age of 14, Graham entered University of Glasgow. While in the university, he was strongly influenced by the chemistry lectures of Thomas Thomson. After getting his M.
The son of a prosperous manufacturer, Graham entered the University of Glasgow in , at the age of fourteen, and was convinced by the lectures of Thomas Thomson that his calling lay in the field of chemistry. His father, who wanted him to become a minister of the Church of Scotland , was opposed to this choice of vocation, but Graham received encouragement and help from his mother and sister. After receiving the M. He then returned to Glasgow, where he taught mathematics and chemistry in a private laboratory. In Graham became a fellow of the Royal Society.
Thomas Graham lived from 21 December to 16 September He was an eminent chemist remembered in the name of "Graham's Law", which relates to the diffusion of gases. The wider picture in Scotland at the time is set out in our Historical Timeline. Thomas Graham was born in Glasgow. His father was a successful textile manufacturer who wanted his son to become a minister in the Church of Scotland. Graham became a student at the University of Glasgow in , still aged only
He is regarded as one of the founders of colloid chemistry. Graham was born in Glasgow , and educated at Glasgow High School. Graham's father was a successful textile manufacturer, and wanted his son to enter into the Church of Scotland.
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