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He·ve·sy(hĕv′ə-shē, hĕ′vĕ-), Georg von or George Charles de 1885-1966.
Hungarian chemist. He won a 1943 Nobel Prize for developing the use of isotopes as tracers to investigate chemical processes.
(Biography) Georg von (ˈɡeːɔrɡ fɔn). 1885–1966, Hungarian chemist. He worked on radioactive tracing and, with D. Coster, discovered the element hafnium (1923): Nobel prize for chemistry 1943