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By Igor, Alisher, Dasha, Olga, Galina,
8th Form, School 1750, Moscow
Coloured glass
Coloured glass
had been known in
the world long
before it appeared
in Russia. Glass –
blowers did not
know ...
The first who
learned that secret
was Mikhail
Lomonosov.
The first chemical
laboratory was
opened in
St.Petersburg, where
...
A FACTORY IN UST- RUDITSA

In order to use the results of his
work in practice Lomonosov
decided to build a factory.
He wr...
The letter
addressed to
Shuvalov was
written in a form of a
poem. After reading
this letter, the
Senate gave
Lomonosov a
p...
The area near the
town of
Oranienbaum, was
given to build the
factory. The project of
the factory was made
by Lomonosov. F...
The factory was built within two years. Lomonosov sent skilled
workers abroad to learn at different glass factories.
The R...
M.V.Lomonosov was interested not only in clear glass. He dealt with smalt too.
One day he saw Count Shuvalov mosaic portra...
Lomonosov made his own mosaic pictures.
His works:
Portrait of Peter I
Count Shuvalov
A magnificent glass painting "Battle of Poltava" , 42 square
meters, is on display in Academy of Science in St. Petersburg...
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Lomonosov, 8а школа 1750

  1. 1. By Igor, Alisher, Dasha, Olga, Galina, 8th Form, School 1750, Moscow
  2. 2. Coloured glass Coloured glass had been known in the world long before it appeared in Russia. Glass – blowers did not know how to make it.
  3. 3. The first who learned that secret was Mikhail Lomonosov. The first chemical laboratory was opened in St.Petersburg, where Lomonosov made glass. Some of those examples are kept in Russian museums.
  4. 4. A FACTORY IN UST- RUDITSA In order to use the results of his work in practice Lomonosov decided to build a factory. He wrote a letter to Count Shuvalov, who had a great influence, describing importance and advantages of such a factory. Shuvalov supported Lomonosov.
  5. 5. The letter addressed to Shuvalov was written in a form of a poem. After reading this letter, the Senate gave Lomonosov a permission to build a factory for glass producing.
  6. 6. The area near the town of Oranienbaum, was given to build the factory. The project of the factory was made by Lomonosov. For the foundation bricks were necessary, so, a brick factory was built near UstRuditsa. Mechanical work was performed with the help of the Ruditsa watermill.
  7. 7. The factory was built within two years. Lomonosov sent skilled workers abroad to learn at different glass factories. The Russian factory was opened in the spring of 1754. The factory manufactured coloured tableware.
  8. 8. M.V.Lomonosov was interested not only in clear glass. He dealt with smalt too. One day he saw Count Shuvalov mosaic portrait made in Italy. Lomonosov decided to make mosaic pictures in Russia. He got a lot of colour smalt in his laboratory, then built a factory for making colour smalt in UstRuditsa.
  9. 9. Lomonosov made his own mosaic pictures. His works:
  10. 10. Portrait of Peter I
  11. 11. Count Shuvalov
  12. 12. A magnificent glass painting "Battle of Poltava" , 42 square meters, is on display in Academy of Science in St. Petersburg.
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    Oct. 8, 2020

Slide Show to use in the classroom in the English lesson to learn about Russian Scientists

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