Definition of Daniel Rutherford
1. Noun. British chemist who isolated nitrogen (1749-1819).
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1. The Georgian Era: Memoirs of the Most Eminent Persons, who Have Flourished by ------ Clarke (1833)
"Daniel Rutherford. Daniel Rutherford was bom at Edinburgh, on the 3rd of November, 1749 ; and, after having studied for some time under Mr. Mundell, ..."
2. The Annual Biography and Obituary for the Year (1821)
"Daniel Rutherford, MD PROFESSOR OF BOTANY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH. ... L/R. Daniel Rutherford was born in Edinburgh on the 3d of November, 1749. ..."
3. Memoirs of the Distinguished Men of Science of Great Britain Living in the by William Walker (1864)
"Daniel Rutherford, MD Born November 3, 1749. Died November 15, 1819. Daniel Rutherford was born at Edinburgh and educated at the University of his native ..."
4. Elementary Chemistry by Robert Hart Bradbury (1903)
"Daniel Rutherford, an English physician, carried out this experiment in 1772, and it is clear that it amounts to simply subtracting the oxygen from the air. ..."
5. The Dictionary of National Biography by Sidney Lee (1909)
"His son by this marriage was Dr. Daniel Rutherford [qvl A three-quarter length, in oils, unsigned, represents Rutherford with powdered ..."