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Avogadro, Amedeo

Syllabification: A·vo·ga·dro, Amedeo
Pronunciation: /ˌävəˈɡädˌrō, ˌävō-

Definition of Avogadro, Amedeo in English:

( 1776–1856), Italian chemist and physicist. His law, formulated in 1811, was used to derive both molecular weights and a system of atomic weights.

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