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Edme-Jean Baptiste Bouillon-Lagrange         
FRENCH CHEMIST AND PHARMACIST (1764-1844)
Edme-Jean Baptiste Bouillon-Lagrange (12 July 1764, Paris – 23 August 1844) was a French chemist and pharmacist. He was a professor of chemistry at the Ecole de pharmacie of Paris, later serving as director of the school.
Jean-Baptiste         
MALE GIVEN NAME
Jean Baptiste
Jean-Baptiste is a male French name, originating with Saint John the Baptist, and sometimes shortened to Baptiste. The name may refer to any of the following:
Jean-Baptiste du Hamel         
FRENCH PHILOSOPHER
Jean-Baptiste Duhamel; Duhamel, Jean-Baptiste; Jean-Baptiste Du Hamel
Jean-Baptiste Du Hamel, Duhamel or du Hamel (11 June 1624 – 6 August 1706) was a French cleric and natural philosopher of the late seventeenth century, and the first secretary of the Academie Royale des Sciences. As its first secretary, he influenced the initial work of the Académie, but his legacy and influence on the Académie and the growth of science in France is mixed.