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1812 In Science

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The year 1812 in science and technology involved some significant events, listed below.



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  1. ^ Davy, John (6 February 1812). "On a gaseous Compound of carbonic Oxide and Chlorine".  
  2. ^ Campion, E. et al. (2010). "The Journal from 1812 to 1989". The New England Journal of Medicine 363: 1175–1176.  
  3. ^ Parkinson, J.; J. (1812). "Case of diseased appendix vermiformis". Medico-Chirurgical Transactions 3: 57. 
  4. ^ Hellemans, Alexander; Bunch, Bryan (1988). The Timetables of Science.  
  5. ^ du Preez, Hercules Michael (2008-01-14). "Dr James Barry: The early years revealed".  
  6. ^ von Sömmerring, S. T. (1812). "Über einen Ornithocephalus oder über das unbekannten Thier der Vorwelt, dessen Fossiles Gerippe Collini im 5. Bande der Actorum Academiae Theodoro-Palatinae nebst einer Abbildung in natürlicher Grösse im Jahre 1784 beschrieb, und welches Gerippe sich gegenwärtig in der Naturalien-Sammlung der königlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu München befindet". Denkschriften der königlichen bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Mathematisch-physikalische Classe (München) 3: 89–158. 
  7. ^ McCrorie, Ian (1986). Clyde Pleasure Steamers. Greenock: Orr, Pollock & Co. Ltd.  
  8. ^ Bushell, J. (1975). The World’s Oldest Railway: a history of the Middleton Railway. Sheffield: Turntable Publications.  
  9. ^ Grun, Bernard (1991). "1812". The Timetables of History (3rd ed.). New York: Simon and Schuster. p. 381.  
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