Dalton John

Dal·ton

 (dôl′tən), John 1766-1844.
British chemist whose pioneer work on the properties of gases led to his formulation of the atomic theory. He also studied his own condition of colorblindness.

Dal·ton

(dôl′tən), John 1766-1844.
British chemist. His pioneering work on the properties of the atmosphere and gases led him to formulate the atomic theory. It stipulated that all matter is made up of combinations of atoms and that chemical reactions take place through the rearrangement of atoms.
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DALTON John Sadly on March 3, aged 68 years, John, treasured son of the late Doris and Fred and much loved brother of Jean and brotherinlaw of John.