Wikipedia Tour: Nobel Laureates in Chemistry
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The famed Nobel Prize was established in the 1895 will of Albert Nobel, a Swedish chemist. Since their creation these awards have defined excellence and outstanding achievement in the fields of chemistry, literature, medicine, physics, and peace. Here are some of the chemists who have triumphed in the same field as Nobel himself, scientists who have made discoveries that have profoundly affected our world. The stories of those discoveries and of the scientists behind them are varied and fascinating: there is Marie Curie’s work on radioactive materials; Ernest Rutherford’s pioneering work in nuclear physics; and Fritz Haber’s controversial position as a brilliant scientist whose work lead to the death of thousands. Explore the lives and work of people whose breathtaking achievements have touched the lives of millions.
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Welcome to our _Wikipedia Tour: Nobel Laureates in Chemistry_. Each day we’ll send you a link to a new article about a Nobel Prize winning chemist on Wikipedia. The introduction to each day’s article is included in the installment so you can choose to read just the introduction or the full ...Back to top