Gay-Lussac Joseph Louis

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Gay-Lus·sac

 (gā′lə-săk′, -lü-säk′), Joseph Louis 1778-1850.
French chemist and physicist who isolated boron (1809) and formulated a law that explains the behavior of a gas under constant pressure.
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Gay-Lus·sac

(gā′lə-săk′), Joseph Louis 1778-1850.
French chemist and physicist who developed a law governing the combination of gases. He discovered boron, with Louis Jacques Thénard, in 1808.
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