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Who is Armand Gautier?
Armand Gautier: Armand Désiré Gautier was a French painter and lithographer. He was a student of Léon Cogniet. He was named "the Painter of the Sisters of Charity", and the E. Boudin Museum preserves one of his works.
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The Current Encyclopedia (1901)
A Monthly Record of Human Progress
Armand Gautier, who finds that free hydrogen is a normal constituent of our atmosphere, occupying one volume in five thousand. Dr. Stoney has been wont to point to the absence of free hydrogen ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1911)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information by Hugh Chrisholm
Armand Gautier has pointed out that these gases are practically of the same composition as ...
by Sir Thomas Edward Thorpe
Armand Gautier passed the methyl alcohol vapours through a horizontal tube heated in a sulphur bath. Methods for preparing formaldehyde in larger quantities were devised by Tollens, Loew, and Kablukow. Air was bubbled through methyl ...
A Dictionary of Catch Phrases, American and British, from the Sixteenth Century to the Present Day (1992)
by Eric Partridge
Armand Gautier prided himself on being a ...
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