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Prout

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1. (Biography) Ebenezer. 1835–1909, English musicologist and composer, noted for his editions of works by Handel and J. S. Bach
2. (Biography) William. 1785–1850, English chemist, noted for his modification of the atomic theory
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Dudley retired police officers: William Prout, Louis Cyr, James Zajac, Paul Bruell.
In 1831 when William Prout (1785-1850) was elected to deliver the Gulstonian Lectures at the Royal College of Physicians, he chose to discuss the applications of chemistry to physiology, pathology, and medical practice, insisting on the need for physiologists to become chemists to ensure progress (47).
An English chemist, William Prout (1785-1850), therefore suggested in 1815 that hydrogen was the fundamental atom and that all other atoms were built up of different numbers of hydrogen atoms.
The subject of this article is William Prout (1785-1850) (Fig.
In England, William Prout (1785-1850) (5), Richard Bright (1789-1858) (6), George Owen Rees (1813-1889) (7), Henry Bence Jones (1813-1873) (8), Golding Bird (1814-1854) (9), and a few others (10) were active in this field.