The list [in no particular order]:
Schrodinger, Chadwick, Meitner, Heisenberg, Mendeleev, Fermi, Plucker, Bohr, Maxwell, Seaborg, Oppenheimer, Democritus, Rutherford, Crookes, Millikan, Thomson, Plank, Roentgen, Einstein, Dalton, Aristotle, Geiger, Lavoisier, Kelvin, deBroglie, Franklin (Ben), Dirac, Stoney, Hahn, Curie, Moseley, Faraday, Hahn, and Newton.
Chronological order with their individual contribution. Presentation here is your choice. A powerpoint, colored chart, and/or a colored listing by date are all permissible. The direction and expectation for this portion are purposefully vague.
AND one page on one of them. Double spaced. At least one source.
Extra credit for this assignment: post your opening paragraph on your one scientist here on the blog. If you have trouble posting you can always email me the opening paragraph (the address is on the bottom right of the page).
The assignment is worth 50 points (30 for the chronological list and 20 for the one-page paper). Posting the opening paragraph is worth 10 extra points. The extra credit offer expires at midnight on Christmas Eve.
Merry Christmas everyone.