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Émilie de Châtelet (1706-1749) was a French mathematician and physicist. She was a leader of her sex in these fields. She had several affairs, including ones with the writer Voltaire and the poet Jean François de Saint-Lambert. Émilie died a few days after giving birth to de Saint-Lambert's child at the age of 42.
-- scholasticastewart  1/4/2008
Émilie is such a beautiful and stunning name. It's totally gorgeous! ^___^
-- Anonymous User  4/8/2015
I love this name! Also happens to be my older sister's middle name.
-- Anonymous User  8/9/2015
Émilie du Châtelet (1706-49), was a French mathematician, physicist and author. She translated into French, with her own commentary, Newton's celebrate Principia Mathematica and derived from its principles of mechanics the notion of conservation of energy. She researched the science of fire, publishing a paper that foresaw what is today known as infra-red radiation and the nature of light.
-- earthnut  6/2/2016
I'm surprised no one has talked about Emilie de Joly de Choin, the morganatic wife of Louis of France known as the "Grand Dauphin"
-- Aemillia_Maxima  8/5/2016

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