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  1. Isotopes / by F.W. Aston by Francis William (1877-) Aston, 1924-01-01
  2. Nobelpreisträger Für Chemie: Marie Curie, Ernest Rutherford, Otto Hahn, Francis William Aston, Manfred Eigen (German Edition)
  3. Isotopes by Francis William Aston, 2010-08-19
  4. Nobel Lectures Including Presentation Speeches and Laureates' Biographies. by Francis William, PREGL, Fritz, ZSIGMONDY, Richard Adolf et al. NOBEL. ASTON, 1966
  5. Isotopes and atomic weights. 299-310 pp. In: Notices of the proceedings at the meetings of the members of the Royal Institution of Great Britain with the abstracts of the discourses delivered at the evening meetings, Vol. XXIII. by Francis William (1877-1945). ASTON, 1924-01-01
  6. Mass Spectrometrists: Francis William Aston, Alfred Bucherer, Alfred O. C. Nier, Kenneth Bainbridge, Walter Kaufmann, Arthur Jeffrey Dempster
  7. Mass spectra and isotopes, by Francis William Aston, 1944
  8. Mass specra and isotopes: Being the twenty-sixth Robert Boyle lecture delivered before the Junior Scientific Club of the University of Oxford on 3rd June ... Junior Scientific Club Robert Boyle lecture) by Francis William Aston, 1924
  9. Francis William Aston

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Francis William Aston was born on September 1, 1877 in Harborne, Birmingham, England. He was the third of three children of William Aston and Fanny Charlotte Hollis. He went to school at the Harborne Vicarage and then Malvern College, a boarding school, in Worcestershire. Aston won the Forster Scholarship and used it to study the optical properties of tartaric acid and its derivative compounds. In 1900, he left academia to work as a chemist for W. Butler and Co. Brewery. Here he lost interest in chemistry and developed his interest in physics while designing pumps to evacuate brewing vessels. In 1903, Aston left the brewing company and returned to the University of Birmingham on a scholarship. He worked with John Henry Poynting on electronic discharge tubes. During this time he discovered what is now called the Aston Dark Space. In 1909, J. J. Thomson invited Aston to work with him at the Cavendish Laboratory at Cambridge. Thomson had discovered electrons in electronic discharge tubes and had moved on to study positive rays. Here, Aston invented the first mass spectrometer while discovering two isotopes of Neon. He used electric and magnetic fields to accelerate ions and separate them by mass and charge.

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Aston, Francis William Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1 September 1877 Place of birth Harborne, Birmingham Date of death 20 November 1945
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Notable awards Nobel Prize for Chemistry Francis William Aston (1 September 1877 – 20 November 1945) was a British chemist and physicist who won the 1922 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his discovery, by means of his mass spectrograph , of isotopes, in a large number of non-radioactive elements, and for his enunciation of the whole-number rule." He was a fellow of the Royal Society and Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge
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Francis Aston was born in Harborne, now part of Greater Birmingham, on 1 September 1877. He was the third child and second son of William Aston and Fanny Charlotte Hollis. He was educated at the Harborne Vicarage School and later Malvern College in Worcestershire where he was a boarder. In 1893 Francis William Aston began his university studies at

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English physicist who developed the mass spectrometer, which separates isotopes by projecting their ions (charged atoms) through a magnetic field., Francis William

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Francis William Aston was born in September 1877 at Harborne, Birmingham, England, the third of a family of seven children. He was educated at Harborne Vicarage School and Malvern College where his interest in science was aroused. In 1894 he entered Mason College, Birmingham (later to become the University of Birmingham) where he studied chemistry under Frankland and Tilden, and Physics under Poynting. His winning of the Forster Scholarship in 1898 enabled him to work on the optical properties of tartaric acid derivatives; the results of this work were published in 1901.
Leaving academic life for a time, he worked for three years as a chemist in the laboratory of a brewery. At about this time, however, his interest in physics, rather than chemistry, began to predominate; his aptitude for mechanical contrivance showed itself in his design and construction of new types of pumps for evacuating vessels. From this stemmed his interest in gas discharge phenomena in evacuated tubes.

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Aston, Francis William 1923 Pregl, Fritz 1925 Zsigmondy, Richard Adolf 1926 Svedberg, The 1927 Wieland, Heinrich Otto 1928 Windaus, Adolf Otto Reinhold
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Aston, Francis William, 1877–1945, English physicist and chemist. He was affiliated with the Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge, from 1910. In 1922 he received the Nobel Prize in, Francis William

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Aston, Francis William 1922 Baeyer, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Adolf Von 1905 Barton, Sir Derek H. R. 1969 Berg, Paul 1980 Bergius, Friedrich 1931 Bosch, Carl
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Name Year Awarded Alder, Kurt Altman, Sidney Anfinsen, Christian B. Arrhenius, Svante August Aston, Francis William Baeyer, Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Adolf Von Barton, Sir Derek H. R. Berg, Paul Bergius, Friedrich Bosch, Carl Boyer, Paul D. Brown, Herbert C. Buchner, Eduard Butenandt, Adolf Friedrich Johann Calvin, Melvin Cech, Thomas R. Corey, Elias James Cornforth, Sir John Warcup Cram, Donald J. Crutzen, Paul Curie, Marie Curl, Robert F., Jr. Debye, Petrus Josephus Wilhelmus De Hevesy, George Deisenhofer, Johann Diels, Otto Paul Hermann Eigen, Manfred Ernst, Richard R. Euler-chelpin, Hans Karl August Simon Von Fischer, Ernst Otto Fischer, Hans Fischer, Hermann Emil Flory, Paul J. Fukui, Kenichi Giauque, William Francis Gilbert, Walter Grignard, Victor Haber, Fritz Hahn, Otto Harden, Sir Arthur Hassel, Odd Hauptman, Herbert A. Haworth, Sir Walter Norman Heeger, Alan J. Herschbach, Dudley R. Herzberg, Gerhard Heyrovsky, Jaroslav Hinshelwood, Sir Cyril Norman Hodgkin, Dorothy Crowfoot Hoff, Jacobus Henricus Van't

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ASTON, FRANCIS WILLIAM (1877 - 1945). Isotopes . London, 1922. Aston's invention of the mass spectrograph, an instrument giving a concentrated and extremely detailed breakdown of the constituents of analyzed material, enabled him to discover that elements are composed of atoms of varying mass, and that the atomic weight of an element is an average of the atoms comprising it. Aston used the word "isotopes" to describe atoms of differing weights within the same element, a term first coined by Frederick Soddy to describe separate elements that are nevertheless homogeneous in chemical behavior. Aston was awarded the Nobel Prize for chemistry in 1922 "for his discovery, by means of his mass spectrograph, of the isotopes of a large number of non-radioactive elements, as well as for his discovery of the whole-number rule." Norman Library of Science
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1922 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry
    for his discovery, by means of his mass spectrograph, of isotopes, in a large number of non-radioactive elements, and for his enunciation of the whole-number rule.
    Residence: Great Britain
    Affiliation: Cambridge University
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