Irène Joliot-Curie

Nuclear chemistry
"Irène Joliot-Curie"

(1897 - 1956)élène-langevin-joliot
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1935 was awarded jointly to Frédéric Joliot and Irène Joliot-Curie "in recognition of their synthesis of new radioactive elements"

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August F. Witt research assistant 1953-1954 Paris
Raymond Daudel grad student 1944 Sorbonne
Alberte Pullman grad student 1946 Universite de Paris (Chemistry Tree)
Bernard Pullman grad student 1948 Universite de Paris (Chemistry Tree)
Ignacy Złotowski post-doc 1933-1936 Institut du radium, Paris (Chemistry Tree)
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Joliot-Curie I. (1954) More on the Mme. Joliot-Curie affair [2] Chemical and Engineering News. 32: 3026
JOLIOT-CURIE I. (1950) [Radioactivity in France]. Le MéDecin GéNéRaliste De France. 10: 231-2
Joliot-Curie I. (1931) Constantes radioactives admises en 1930. Rapport de la Commission Internationale de l'étalon de radium Journal De Physique Et Le Radium. 2: 273-289
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