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 (sŏd′ē), Frederick 1877-1956.
British chemist. He won a 1921 Nobel Prize for investigations into the origin and nature of isotopes.
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(Biography) Frederick. 1877–1956, English chemist, whose work on radioactive disintegration led to the discovery of isotopes: Nobel prize for chemistry 1921
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(ˈsɒd i)

Frederick, 1877–1956, English chemist.
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Noun1.Soddy - a house built of sod or adobe laid in horizontal coursessoddy - a house built of sod or adobe laid in horizontal courses
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2.Soddy - English chemist whose work on radioactive disintegration led to the discovery of isotopes (1877-1956)Soddy - English chemist whose work on radioactive disintegration led to the discovery of isotopes (1877-1956)
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Frederick Soddy (Nobelpreis fur Chemie 1921), der mit Rutherford zusammengearbeitet hatte, war schon fruhzeitig fasziniert von den immensen Energiemengen, die in Atomkernen schlummern.
Jumping ahead into the 20th century in 1913 Frederick Soddy, one of several Nobel prizewinners, discovered isotopes and in 1926 John Logie Baird invented television, now just part of everyday life.
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Soddy que, a principios del siglo XX, comenzaron a estudiar la capacidad de sustentacion de la Tierra y a considerar la necesidad de incluir los flujos materiales, mediante la incorporacion de las leyes de la termodinamica en la disciplina economica, posicionandose frente al estudio de la <<economia del perpetum mobile>> (Carpintero: 2005: 44-50; Carpintero 2006: 115 y ss.; Martinez-Alier y Roca, 2013: 52).
Frederick Soddy publishes Wealth, Virtual Wealth and Debt.
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It should be noted that the precursor of such a momentous event in the physico-chemical studies of world steel Rutherford and his other young talented student, the British physicist and chemist Frederick Soddy (1877-1956) who became the winner of the Nobel Prize in chemistry for 1921 [3], in the theory and practice of the radioactive decay of chemical elements.
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Soddy, both Nobel Prize winners in chemistry, who were once research collaborators at the beginning of Rutherford's career (see Ref.