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Pierre Curie

Curie, Pierre (1859–1906), French physicist, professor at the Sorbonne, and winner, with his wife, Marie, and A. H. Becquerel, of the 1903 Nobel Prize for physics. Curie's early work concerned the electrical and magnetic properties of crystals and metals.

See also: Physics.

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