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James Hall

(1761—1832) chemist and geologist


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(1761–1832)

Scottish geologist and physicist who was the pioneer of experimental petrology. He was able to demonstrate (1800) that a basalt melt will crystallize if cooled slowly, thus giving important support to plutonist theory.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.


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