Urey Harold Clayton

U·rey

 (yo͝or′ē), Harold Clayton 1893-1981.
American chemist. He won a 1934 Nobel Prize for his discovery of heavy hydrogen.

U·rey

(yo͝or′ē), Harold Clayton 1893-1981.
American chemist who discovered deuterium (1932). He also developed theories on the formation of the planets and on the synthesis of elements in the Earth's primitive atmosphere.