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Lang·muir(lăng′myo͝or′), Irving 1881-1957.
American chemist. He won a 1932 Nobel Prize for his work in surface chemistry.
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(Biography) Irving. 1881–1957, US chemist. He developed the gas-filled tungsten lamp and the atomic hydrogen welding process: Nobel prize for chemistry 1932
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Irving, 1881–1957, U.S. chemist: Nobel prize 1932.
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|Noun||1.||Langmuir - United States chemist who studied surface chemistry and developed the gas-filled tungsten lamp and worked on high temperature electrical discharges (1881-1957)|
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