1896 in science

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The year 1896 in science and technology involved some significant events, listed below.


  • Svante Arrhenius formulates the "greenhouse law" and becomes the first person to predict that emissions of carbon dioxide from the burning of fossil fuels and other combustion processes are large enough to cause global warming through the greenhouse effect.

Earth sciences






Physiology and medicine






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  2. ^ Duchesne 1897, Antagonism between molds and bacteria. An English translation by Michael Witty. Fort Myers, 2013. ASIN B00E0KRZ0E and B00DZVXPIK.
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  4. ^ Marfan, Antoine (1896). "Un cas de déformation congénitale des quartre membres, plus prononcée aux extrémitiés, caractérisée par l'allongement des os avec un certain degré d'amincissement". Bulletins et Memoires de la Société Medicale des Hôspitaux de Paris. 13 (3rd series): 220–226.
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  7. ^ Booth, Jeremy (1977). "A short history of blood pressure measurement". Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine. 70 (11): 793–9. PMC 1543468. PMID 341169.
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