Scottish chemist who was the first do discover that gases can turn to liquid at extremely low temperatures. The Dewar flask, an insulating storage vessel, is named after him.
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|FULL NAME:||James Dewar|
|BIRTH DATE:||September 20, 1842|
|AGE:||176 years old|
James Dewar is a Chemist. He spent his teenage years an orphan, losing both his parents at age 15. He began research at Cambridge University in England.
DID YOU KNOW Not limiting himself to theory, he actually built a practical device that yielded significant amounts of liquid oxygen to prove his hypothesis.
FACT For his pioneering research, he was one of the first recipients of the Benjamin Franklin Medal, awarded to scientists of distinction. Guglielmo Marconi won it the year before James did.
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Currently, James Dewar is 176 years old. He will celebrate his 177th birthday on a Tuesday, September 20th. Below we countdown to his upcoming birthday.
James Dewar’s zodiac sign is Virgo. According to astrologers, Virgo’s life pursuit is to do the right thing and a secret desire to love and be loved in return. People of this zodiac sign like animals, healthy food, books, nature, cleanliness and dislike rudeness, asking for help and taking center stage. The strengths of this sign are: loyal, analytical, kind, hardworking, practical, while weaknesses can be shyness, worry, overly critical of self and others, all work and no play. The greatest overall compatibility with Virgo is Pisces and Cancer.
James Dewar was born in the Year of the Tiger. Tiger people are thought to be brave and independent. They’re respected for their deep thoughts and courageous actions, but sometimes show off when accomplishing something. This year is the year of the Pig.
DID YOU KNOW Life expectancy in United States is about 79 years.
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