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Wednesday, Jan. 14th 1795 at 11:30am
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He had also revived the atomic theory. He was also a member of the Royal Society. He recorded and wrote Meteorological Observations and Essays on the weather conditions. He had investigated the color blindness condition, also known as Daltonism.
John Dalton (1766 – 1844) proposed a basic model of the atom that helped establish many scientific concepts and also created the foundation for more modern models. His model suggested that atoms are the smallest particle of an element, that atoms of different elements have different masses, and that they are solid, indestructible units - much like a billiard ball.
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