“Conversations on Victorian Chemistry” at Morgan-Manning House


Dimitri Mendeleev

BROCKPORTThe Victorian era was rich with chemical discoveries, not least of which was the development of the iconic periodic table. In this program, we will hear from Dimitri Mendeleev, the chemist recognized as the father of periodic law, and Marie Curie, who discovered two new elements and devoted her life to the study of radioactivity, a concept wholeheartedly rejected by Mendeleev.

Professors Bob LeSuer and Carly Reed from SUNY Brockport will present this fascinating program on Wednesday, Oct. 23rd at 7:00 PM at the Morgan-Manning House in Brockport, NY.  There is no admission charge, though donations are gladly accepted.

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