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Google is celebrating the 190th birthday of the chemist and writer Julius Lothar Meyer with a Doodle depicting him experimenting in the lab to a backdrop of his vertical display of elements.
Born in the town of Varel, Germany, on this day in 1830, Meyer was one of the two pioneers to discover the periodic law of chemical elements and develop the first periodic table. The Independent Reported.
Today’s #GoogleDoodle celebrates German chemist, professor, and author Julius Lothar Meyer on his 190th birthday. 🇩🇪🧪
Happy birthday, Julius Lothar Meyer, and thank you for braving the elements for the sake of scientific knowledge! pic.twitter.com/b71hEKuiM9
— DEVPANDYA2007 (@Dev79125852) August 19, 2020
In 1830, German chemist Julius Lothar Meyer was born. He was best known for being one of the pioneers in developing the first periodic table of chemical elements. #science #chemistry #elements #periodictable pic.twitter.com/Ff5QwlHMCb
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— Legohood (@xx_Legohood_xx) August 19, 2020
Today’s @GoogleDoodles recognizes Julius Lothar Meyer, #BOTD. He was a German chemist who developed a periodic table independently of Mendeleyev. So why do we only talk about Mendeleyev? The answers to this question and more are in our video!https://t.co/YRrhoD1D66#chemistry
— Socratica (@socratica) August 19, 2020
Google Doodle today honoured chemist, professor, and author Julius Lothar Meyer who was one of two scientists to discover the periodic law of chemical elements and pioneer early periodic tables on what would have been his 190th birthday.https://t.co/NojkLR4TQY
— TechawkNG (@techawkng) August 19, 2020
Thanks @GoogleDoodles for reminding us that it is Julius Lothar Meyer’s 190th Birthday! Julius Lothar von Meyer (19 August 1830 – 11 April 1895) was a German chemist. He is credited with helping develop the first periodic table of chemical elements.
— So German 🇩🇪 🇨🇦 (@SoGermanCanada) August 19, 2020
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