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Irving Langmuir

Langmuir, Irving (1881–1957), U.S. physical chemist awarded the 1932 Nobel Prize for chemistry for his work on thin films on solid and liquid surfaces (particularly oil on water), giving rise to the new science of surface chemistry.

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