Books by Thomas Graham (Author of The Genius of the Poor A Journey with Gawad Kalinga)
He is regarded as one of the founders of colloid chemistry. Graham was born in Glasgow , and educated at Glasgow High School. Graham's father was a successful textile manufacturer, and wanted his son to enter into the Church of Scotland. Instead, defying his father's wishes, Graham became a student at the University of Glasgow in There he developed a strong interest in chemistry , studying under Professor Thomas Thomson , who was impressed and influenced by the young man.
Biography of the chemist who formulated Grahams Law, Thomas Graham on ancestor of the dialysis machines that are today so important to medical science.
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The son of a prosperous manufacturer, Graham entered the University of Glasgow in , at the age of fourteen, and was convinced by the lectures of Thomas Thomson that his calling lay in the field of chemistry. His father, who wanted him to become a minister of the Church of Scotland , was opposed to this choice of vocation, but Graham received encouragement and help from his mother and sister. After receiving the M.
Thomas Graham , born Dec. Educated in Scotland , Graham persisted in becoming a chemist, though his father disapproved and withdrew his support. He then made his living by writing and teaching. He was a professor at a school in Edinburgh —37 and at University College, London —55 , and was master of the mint — From examining the diffusion of one liquid into another, he divided particles into two classes— crystalloids, such as common salt , having high diffusibility; and colloids , such as gum arabic, having low diffusibility.