|Claude Auguste Lamy|
15 June 1820|
Ney, Jura, France
|Died||20 March 1878
|Institutions||University of Lille
University of Limoges
University of Paris
|Known for||discovery of thallium|
Lamy was born in the commune of Ney in the department of Jura, France in 1820. He studied at the École Normale Supérieure, Paris. After he graduated from University in 1842 he became a teacher at Lille then at Limoges and again in Lille. In 1851 he received his Ph.D. In 1854 he became professor at the faculty of sciences of Lille (Université Lille Nord de France) and taught at École centrale de Lille. In 1866 he changed to the École centrale de Paris. Lamy died in 1878.
- Lamy, Claude-Auguste (1862). "De l'existencè d'un nouveau métal, le thallium". Comptes Rendus: 1255–1262.
- James, Frank A. J. L. (1984). "Of 'Medals and Muddles' the Context of the Discovery of Thallium: William Crookes's Early". Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London. 39 (1): 65–90. doi:10.1098/rsnr.1984.0005. JSTOR 531576.
- Lestel, Laurence (2008). Itinéraires de chimistes: 1857-2007, 150 ans de chimie en France avec les présidents de la SFC. L'Editeur : EDP Sciences. p. 308. ISBN 978-2-86883-915-2.
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