Mikhail Lomonosov is the father of the Russian sciences and outstanding poet the founder of Russian literature.
Mikhail Lomonosov was born in 1711 in Arhangelsk province, in Mishaninskaya country
He wanted to study and when he was 19 he went on foot to Moscow. He decided to enter the Slavic- Greek-Lateen academy.
Lomonosov worked hard and he became a great scientist.
Lomonosov wrote a first scientific grammar of Russian language.
Mikhail Lomonosov laid the foundations of physical chemistry, when he attempted to explain chemical phenomena by the laws of physics and his own theory of the structure of matter. Physical chemistry is the science that explains the regulations and on the basis of experimental physics of what happens in the mixed solids in chemical operations.
Lomonosov was a founder of the first Russian University (1755)
Mikhail Lomonosov died in 1765 but people know and remember him.