Frederick Soddy

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Frederick Soddy
Born Eastbourne, Sussex, England
September 2, 1877(1877-09-02)[1]
Died September 22, 1956(1956-09-22) (aged 79)[1]
Brighton, England
Occupation chemist
Known for Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1921
This person was awarded a Nobel Prize

Frederick Soddy was a Nobel Prize winning English chemist and physicist. He won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1921.[1]

His work on the theory of how atoms worked was very important. He proved, amongst other things, the existence of isotopes and how radioactivity causes changes in atoms. Throughout his career he worked closely with another important atomic physicist, Ernest Rutherford.

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