Sir William Crookes
<Tab/>William Crookes was one of the most important scientists of the nineteenth century both in the fields of chemistry and physics. He is well known for his invention of the Crooke's tube, and the discovery of thallium.
<Tab/>Crookes was born on the 17th of June in 1832 in London, England. He began his career in science at the age of sixteen when he attended the Royal College of Chemistry in London. He first attended college wanting to study organic chemistry. He was an attendant at the college; therefore, he could visit meetings at the Royal Institution in Lo…
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