Nobel Prize in Chemistry

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The Nobel Prize in Chemistry is awarded by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. It awards people who have made progress in the scientific area of chemistry, those who have worked hard to learn more and have succeeded.

The Prize is given every year. It is just one of many Nobel Prizes. A famous winner of this prize was Marie Curie 1911, who discovered radium with her husband Pierre. She was the first person to win the prize twice; the first time was for physics in 1903.

List of winners [1][change | change source]

1901 – 1909[change | change source]

1910 – 1919[change | change source]

1920 – 1929[change | change source]

1930 – 1939[change | change source]

1940 – 1949[change | change source]

1950 – 1959[change | change source]

1960 – 1969[change | change source]

1970 – 1979[change | change source]

1980 – 1989[change | change source]

1990 – 1999[change | change source]

2000 – 2009[change | change source]

2010 – 2019[change | change source]

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