Ernest-François Mallard

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Ernest-François Mallard
Born4 February 1833
Died6 July 1894 (aged 61)
NationalityFrench
OccupationMineralogist
Notable workLaminar Flame Speed

Ernest-François Mallard (4 February 1833 – 6 July 1894) was a French mineralogist and a member of the French Academy of Sciences.[1] He is also notable for his work with Henri Louis Le Chatelier in combustion as applied to mining safety.[2]

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  1. ^ Ernest-François MallardCatholic Encyclopedia article
  2. ^ "Mallard, (François) Ernest." – Complete Dictionary of Scientific Biography

External links[edit]

  • Obituary (French) in Bulletin de la Societé minéralogique (No 7/1894), pp 241–266.