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Francis William Aston

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Aston, Francis William (1877–1945), British physicist and chemist. At the Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge, Aston accomplished the first artificial separation of isotopes. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for chemistry in 1922, chiefly for devising the mass spectrograph to study isotopes.

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