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Irving Langmuir

General Electric Research Laboratory, NY, United States 
Physical chemistry
"Irving Langmuir"

(1881 - 1957)
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The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1932 was awarded to Irving Langmuir "for his discoveries and investigations in surface chemistry".

Mean distance: 8.35 (cluster 11)


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Friedrich Dolezalek grad student 1906 Universität Göttingen
 (Ueber partielle Wiedervereinigung dissociierter Gase im Verlauf einer Abkühlung.)


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Kenneth S. Cole research assistant
Harold Meade Mott-Smith research assistant 1921-1928 General Electric Research Laboratory (MathTree)
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LANGMUIR I. (1950) Control of precipitation from cumulus clouds by various seeding techniques. Science (New York, N.Y.). 112: 35-41
Langmuir I. (1943) SCIENCE, COMMON SENSE AND DECENCY. Science (New York, N.Y.). 97: 1-7
Langmuir I. (1943) Atom is unpredictable Journal of Chemical Education. 20: 144
Langmuir I. (1943) The American Association for the Advancement of Science: Science, common sense and decency Science. 97: 1-7
Langmuir I, Schaefer VJ. (1943) Rates of evaporation of water through compressed monolayers on water Journal of the Franklin Institute. 235: 119-162
Langmuir I. (1940) Monolayers on solids Journal of the Chemical Society (Resumed). 511-543
Langmuir I, Waugh DF. (1940) Pressure-soluble and pressure-displaceable components of monolayers of native and denatured proteins Journal of the American Chemical Society. 62: 2771-2793
Langmuir I, Wrinch D. (1939) A note on the structure of insulin Proceedings of the Physical Society. 51: 613-624
Langmuir I. (1939) The structure of proteins Proceedings of the Physical Society. 51: 592-612
Langmuir I. (1939) Structure of proteins [10] Nature. 143: 280
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