High-Voltage Electricity, Knighthood, and Nobel Prizes — oh, my!

The most important subatomic particle in chemistry is discovered by a physicist — yay…

veryone knows about Johnny Dalton, Antoine Lavoisier, Handsome Robby Boyle, Avogadro, Mendeleev and his biblical beard, etc. — they’re the famous ones, they’re fun to write about, and Johnny Dalton sounds like someone you’d blaze it up with. However, there are several others whose contributions are just as important that usually don’t make the cut in terms of celebrity: Justus