The most famous scientists

Mikhail Vasilievich Lomonosov

The legend of Russian science, Mikhail Vasilievich Lomonosov. People, always eager for knowledge and submitted to the criticism made previously open. He made an enormous contribution to natural science, physics, formulated the corpuscular-kinetic theory. Being on the threshold of discovery of molecules of oxygen and hydrogen, it greatly accelerated the development of chemical science. He suspected the connection between the chemical and physical phenomena, recording them in a single industry "physical chemistry". Lomonosov opened his laboratory, created in his drawings, where he conducted experiments with glass, upgrading the technology of its production. Also Mikhail was fond of astronomy, exploring the motions of the planets in the Solar system. He opened a school of scientific and applied optics, with devices for night surveillance and optical batscap. Together with I. Lomonosov brown first got the mercury in the solid state. Developed a prototype of the modern helicopter. Studied atmospheric electricity. Lomonosov developed a geographic globe and a circumpolar map. In addition, Mikhail became famous in the development of the rules of grammar and literary art.