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Frederick Soddy

(1877—1956) chemist and social commentator


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(1877–1956)

British chemist, who worked with Ernest Rutherford in Canada and William Ramsay in London before finally settling in Oxford in 1919. His announcement in 1913 of the existence of isotopes won him the 1921 Nobel Prize for physics.

Subjects: Science and Mathematics.


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