Julius Lothar Meyer

Google Doodle Praises Julius Lothar Meyer: Periodic Table Inventor

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A German chemist Julius Lothar Meyer was a pioneer in the first’s development periodic table of chemical elements. He never used his first name and known only as Lothar Meyer for the rest of his life.

Students of science and history may remind that the credit for the discovery of the periodic table of the elements. In fact, we know the credit of these goes to the Russian scientist Dmitry Mendeleev. In fact, in the 1st century, there were many chemists who were studying and exploring with the right way to form a group and display elements.

One such Julius Lothar Meyer was born. He was born on the same day in 1801 in Verrell, Germany. Although Meyer’s family practiced medicine, they changed their lives by deciding to learn chemistry. In his 1st book, Die Modern Theorin der Chemi, published in 1864. Meyers put out an initial periodic table in 1864 in which he worked out on 228 elements.

In fact, in 1882 the British Royal Society awarded the Davy Medal to Meyer and Mendeleev. We all know his contribution to the periodic table of elements which we still use today.

Today’s Google Doodle features a chalkboard drawing of Julius Lothar Meyer. Also, it’s along with various beakers and flasks that spell “Google”. Behind this it has his famous chart that shows the links between specific elements. In fact, it specially shows their atomic weight and dimensions.

On the official Google Doodle blog, Google has shared some initial concept art and alternative forms for the morning doodle. It’s along with Julius Lothar Meyer’s own more detailed sketches.

Birthday Wishes to Julius Lothar Meyer

We can see Mayer’s graph or Lothar Meyer’s method behind scientists in today’s Google doodle. Google says a Happy Birthday to Julius Lothar Meyer. It also gives a special thanks to him for his scientific knowledge.

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