Applied Chemistry Conference

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Thai Institute Of Chemical Engineering And Applied Chemistry - List of Conference Meetings
... The 18th Thailand Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry Conference ... The 17th Thailand Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry Conference ... Host Department of Industrial Chemistry, Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai ...
History Of Physics - Influential Physicists
1662) experimented with fluids, formulated Pascal's law in the 1650s stating that the pressure applied to a fluid taken in a closed container is transmitted with equal force throughout the container, proved that air ... husband Pierre Curie, awarded Nobel Prize in Physics (1903) and the Nobel Prize for Chemistry (1911), found techniques for isolating radioactive isotopes, isolated plutonium and ... structure of matter and the whole of chemistry), published the Pauli–Villars regularization, formulated the Pauli equation, coined the phrase 'not even wrong' Werner ...

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