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John William Strutt, 3rd Baron Rayleigh | Lord Rayleigh's method for the isolation of argon, based on an experiment of Henry Cavendish's.
John William Strutt, 3rd Baron Rayleigh, OM ( 12 November 1842 – 30 June 1919 ) was an English physicist who, with William Ramsay, discovered argon, an achievement for which he earned the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1904.
In 1873, on the death of his father, John Strutt, 2nd Baron Rayleigh, he inherited the Barony of Rayleigh.
He was succeeded, as the 4th Lord Rayleigh, by his son Robert John Strutt, another well known physicist.
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* 1785 – John Walter publishes the first issue of the Daily Universal Register ( later renamed The Times ).
* 1644 – John Milton publishes Areopagitica, a pamphlet decrying censorship.
John Stuart Mill publishes On Liberty, a defense of the famous harm principle.
** John H. Johnson publishes the first issue of the magazine Ebony.
* John Graunt, in one of the earliest uses of statistics, publishes statistical information about births and deaths in London.
* John Robert Gregg first publishes Gregg Shorthand.
* John Ormsby publishes his new English translation of Don Quixote, acclaimed as the most scholarly made up to that time.
* John Wisden publishes the first edition of Wisden Cricketer's Almanack.
* 1820: John Clare 13 July 1793-20 May 1864 publishes Poems Descriptive of Rural life 1820
* John Bunyan publishes The Resurrection.
* John Napier publishes Mirifici Logarithmorum Canonis Descriptio, a paper outlining his discovery of logarithms.
* Captain John Smith ( 1580 – 1631 ) publishes his book A description of New England in London.
* Moralist writer John Deacon publishes a quarto entitled Tobacco Tortured in the Filthy Fumes of Tobacco Refined.
* John Speed publishes his Atlas of England.
* September 14 – Carrington Bowles publishes A Journey Through Europe, a board game designed by John Jefferys, the earliest board game whose designer's name is known.
* Carrington Bowles publishes A Journey Through Europe, a board game designed by John Jeffreys, the earliest board game whose designer's name is known.
* John Locke publishes his influential book Some Thoughts Concerning Education.
* February 18 – John Bunyan publishes his novel, The Pilgrim's Progress.
* 1882 – 1884 – John Payne publishes an English version translated entirely from Calcutta II, adding some tales from Calcutta I and Breslau.
* 1776 – John Smeaton publishes a paper on experiments related to power, work, momentum, and kinetic energy, supporting the conservation of energy
* 1864 — John Herschel publishes the General Catalogue of nebulae and star clusters
* 1890 — John Dreyer publishes the New General Catalogue of nebulae and star clusters
* 1951 — The research group of Robert Robinson with John Cornforth ( Oxford University ) publishes their synthesis of cholesterol, while Robert Woodward ( Harvard University ) publishes his synthesis of cortisone.
* John Dickson Carr writing as " Carter Dickson " publishes his final Sir Henry Merrivale mystery novel.

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