To talk of adding lustre to the name of Wollaston by their medal, is to talk idly.
Its progress was slow, and accidents detained Whitney's and Wollaston's vessels.
On the day of the funeral the belated ships of Whitney and Wollaston arrived.
Wollaston had then come on as fast as possible to rejoin us.
These dark lines in the solar spectrum had already been observed by Wollaston.
Like Franklin, Wollaston saw Reason as "the great law of our nature."
Dr. Wollaston, in 1802, as we have seen stood upon the threshold of spectroscopy without knowing it.
Wollaston never could have been a poet; Davy might have been a great one.
Wollaston appeared to take great delight in showing by what small means he could produce great results.
She wondered if Wollaston would ask leave to walk home with her.
British chemist and physicist who discovered the elements palladium (1803) and rhodium (1804). In 1805 he devised a process for producing malleable platinum that could be used to make various utensils and apparatus. Wollaston was also one of the first scientists to realize that the arrangement of atoms in a molecule must be three-dimensional.