Mikhail Lomonosov

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In existographies, Mikhail Lomonosov (244-190 BE) (1711-1765 ACM) (IQ:#|#) (RGM:176|1,350+) (PR:2,646|65AE / physicist:57) (Farber 114:15) (LH:2) was a Russian physicist, chemist, astronomer, poet, and generally characterized polymath, aka "Russian Pindar" (Starikovksy, 2013), noted for []


In 1757, Lomonosov, according to some reports, is said to have coined the term physical chemistry.


In 2008, Georgi Gladyshev, in Chicago, presented Libb Thims with the Lomonosov award, for his work in human chemistry.[1]



Lomonosov exchanged letters with Leonhard Euler.


Quotes | By

The following are quotes by Lomonosov:

“My chemistry is mathematical.”
— Mikhail Lomonosov (c.1757), Source [2]


  1. Lomonosov award (WB) (Russian) – Akbp.ru.
  2. Bartel, Hans-Georg; Huebener, Rudolf. (2007). Walther Nernst: Pioneer of Physics and of Chemistry (§: Development of Physics and Chemistry from about 1800 to 1870, pg. 3). World Scientific.

Further reading

  • Starikovksy, Grigory. (2013). “Mikhail Lomonosov: the Case of the Russian Pindar” (abs), Classical Receptions Journal, 5(3):268-84, Dec.

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