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    John Dalton

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    John Dalton Around September 2, 1766 John Dalton was born. He was born in Eaglesfield, England. Dalton was most known for the development of the modern atomic theory. Dalton was taught at his early ages of learning by his father and a Quaker teacher whom in 1778 Dalton would replace him after he retired. He quit that job and left his village to work with his cousin in Kendal, but he stayed a teacher. In 1793 he moved to Manchester, this is where he would remain the rest of his life. Dalton was

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    John Dalton

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    John Dalton John Dalton was born on September 6 1766 at Eagelsfield, Cumbria in England.Although he was born in England, he spent most of his life in Manchester.He was born into a Quaker family and while his family had food, they were still poor. His father Joseph was a weaver and John recieved most of his early education from his father. At the age of 12, John opened a school in Eagelsfield where he was the master. He was often threatened by the older boys who wanted to fight him because he was

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    John Dalton

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    John Dallton John Dalton was born in September 5,1766 in Eaglesfield in Cumberland, England. Dalton and his family lived in a small country house. His family had been Quakers since 1690. Quakers where members of a society of friends. John had a brother named Mary and A brother named Charles, when he was born his brother was twelve years old and his sister was two years old. Dalton's birth was not recorded, so when he grew up older he asked one of his relatives and got and answer which was his

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    Life of John Dalton

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    John Dalton John Dalton, born 6th September 1766, is known for developing the theory of the elements and compounds atomic mass and weights and his research in colour blindness. He was born in Eaglesfield, Cumberland (now know as Cumbria). In school he was so successful that at the age of 12 he became a Teacher. In 1785 he became one of the principles and in 1787 he made a journal that was later made into a book, describing his thoughts on mixtures of gases and how each gas acted independently

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    The Chemist John Dalton

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    In chemistry there are many renowned scientists. One of the more well-known scientists is John Dalton. He revolutionized the way we view chemistry through his observations and theories. He had many theories that still affect us in the present day. One that stands out in particular is his atomic theory. Without all of his contributions our modern world could not thrive like it is currently. John Dalton from a very young age was intelligent. Born in 1766 Cumberland, England he grew up with his family

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    John Dalton Theory

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    John Dalton was a famous chemist born in Eaglesfield, Cumbria, United Kingdom. He lived from 1766-1844. He was important because he made a theory called Dalton’s atomic theory. Dalton’s atomic theory stimulated further research and promoted speculation about the structure of atoms. John Dalton was born into a Quaker family. His dad was a weaver who did not make so much money so John Dalton starting working as a teacher in his village school at the age of twelve. After teaching ten years at a school

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    John Dalton Biography

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    John Dalton Biography Born: September 6, 1766 Died: July 27, 1844 Age: 78 Description: British chemist and physicist who developed the atomic theory of matter and hence in known as one of the fathers of modern physical science. Dalton was the son of a Quaker weaver. When only 12 he took charge of a Quaker school in Cumberland and two years later taught with his brother at a school in Kendal, where he was to remain for 12 years. He then became a teacher of mathematics and natural

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    'Honky' by Dalton Conley

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    Growing up in the projects in hard enough as it is, but throw in the fact that you are a white kid, and you have an idea of what Dalton Conley has had to grow up with. Now a successful sociologist, Dalton Conley explains in his book, the trials and tribulations he had to face in order to survive in the projects and his battle with race. Conley had more exposure to the idea of race than most children, growing up one of the only white kids in New York public housing projects populated by Black and

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    John Dalton was born in Eaglesfield, England on the date of September 6th, 1766. Dalton was born into a Quaker family where only two of his siblings survived. Dalton's father earned a living by being a handloom weaver (weaved fabrics by hand). Dalton had a very big drive and motivation to continue his education. The problem was that his family was very poor so by the age of fourteen Dalton began to work as a teacher in a Quaker school he had attended. After four years of ascending in the positions

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    As Dalton discovered the atomic theory, J.J. Thompson was able to use the information to later on discover electrons. J.J. Thompson discovered electrons when he was working on his cathode rays. He discovered that when voltage is applied across the electrons, the cathode rays are generated which creates a glowing patch that strikes the glass at opposite ends of the bottle. Through his experiments Thompson was able to discover that the rays were able to be deflected by an electric field. These were

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