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Julius Lothar Meyer

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Nicholas Parker

on 10 August 2015

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Hey everybody, the Royal society gave me the Davy Medal. It is so good to have got it for all the work that I have done. Such an amazing thing to have. The ninth recipient. Wow. I got for my discovery on the periodic relationships of the atomic weights. There is a picture in my photos. So amazing.
1859-Privatdozent at the University of Breslau.
1866-Professor at the Eberswalde Forestry Academy.
1868-Professor at the Karlsrhue Polytechnic.
1876-Professor at the University of Tubingen.
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The physiology of respiration. i recieved a PhD for my thesis on corbon monoxide in the blood, and I recognized that oxygen combines with the hemoglobin in the blood.
Updating 'Die Moderne Theorien Der Chemie' (my periodic table). It doesn't update itself, unfortunately.

Bürgerschule, Altes Gymnasium, University of Zurich, University of Wurzburg, University of Heidelburg, University of Konigsberg.
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Varel, Wurzburg, Heidelberg, Karlsruhe, Tubingin (Germany), Zurich (Switzerland), Konigsberg (Kingdom of Prussia), Breslau (Poland)
Periodic tables. (lots)
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This link will take you to th internet database of priodic tables.
Lothar Meyer
Here is a video you might like to watch. it is about the development of the periodic table (mostly)

Hey, nobody is perfect.
Julius Lothar Meyer
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