Frederick Soddy

Affiliations: 
Glasgow, Oxford 
Area:
Nuclear chemistry
Website:
http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/chemistry/laureates/1921/soddy.html
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The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1921 was awarded to Frederick Soddy "for his contributions to our knowledge of the chemistry of radioactive substances, and his investigations into the origin and nature of isotopes".

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Ernest Rutherford research scientist 1900-1902 McGill
William Ramsay research scientist 1902-1904 UCL
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Aston FW, Baxter GP, Brauner B, et al. (1925) Second Report of the International Committee of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry on the chemical elements. International atomic weights, 1925 Journal of the Chemical Society, Transactions. 127: 913-917
Aston FW, Baxter GP, Brauner B, et al. (1925) International atomic weights 1925 second report of the international committee on chemical elements Journal of the American Chemical Society. 47: 597-601
Soddy F. (1924) The reported transmutation of mercury into gold [4] Nature. 114: 244-245
Soddy F. (1923) Science and economics [4] Nature. 112: 55-56
Soddy F. (1923) Science and economics [6] Nature. 111: 669-670
Soddy F. (1923) Labour and science in industry [5] Nature. 111: 497-498
Soddy F. (1923) The origins of the conception of isotopes Nature. 112: 208-213
Aston FW, Baxter GP, Brauner B, et al. (1923) Report of the international committee on chemical elements 1923 Journal of the American Chemical Society. 45: 867-874
Soddy F. (1922) Calcium carbide and the board of trade [6] Nature. 109: 343
Soddy F. (1921) Name for the positive nucleus [4] Nature. 106: 502-503
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