In 1869, Russian chemist Dmitri Mendeleev invented the periodic table. It is a method of displaying the chemical elements through tabular method. Many applications in physics, chemistry, engineering, chemical engineering… Read more »
In 1866, a Swedish inventor, industrialist and chemist Alfred Nobel invented dynamite and got U.S patent for dynamite in 1867.
In the ancient times a common compound of chlorine and sodium chloride was used. Jan Baptist van Helmont who was the Belgian chemist and physician recognized chlorine as a gas… Read more »
In the year 1839, vulcanized rubber was invented by an American Charles Goodyear and on 15th June 1844 he received a patent. Vulcanization is a chemical process that is performed… Read more »
In the 1960s, chemist of Bell Labs, Edwin A. Chandros first discovered that a glowing chemical light was produced when fluorescent dye and hydrogen peroxide was mixed with oxalyl chloride… Read more »
In the year 1971, Professor Tetsuya Fujita of Chicago University along with Allen Pearson invented the method to rate the intensity of tornado by using Fujita Scale.
The aluminum foil was invented in the year 1825 by Hans Christian Oersted. Charles Martin Hall was granted patent for the aluminum foil on 2nd April 1889.Dr. Lauber, Neher and… Read more »
In the year 1885, Alexander Parkes created the first human made plastic called Parkesine. Later it was called Celluloid. At the 1862 Great International Exhibition which was held in London,… Read more »
TNT stands for Trinitrotoluene and was invented in 1863 by Joseph Wilbrand who was a German scientist. It was initially used as a yellow die. In the year 1902, it… Read more »
In the year 1869, Dmitri Mendeleev who was a professor invented the first periodic table of the elements to teach his students and published it in “Principles of Chemistry”. He… Read more »