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  1. Wealth, Virtual Wealth and Debt by Frederick Soddy, 1987-05
  2. The World Made New: Frederick Soddy, Science, Politics, and Environment by Linda Merricks, 1996-07-11
  3. The Role Of Money by Frederick. Soddy, 2008-11-04
  4. Frederick Soddy (1877-1956): Early Pioneer in Radiochemistry (Chemists and Chemistry)
  5. The Role of Money: What it Should Be, Contrasted with What it Has Become (Routledge Library Editions-Economics, 86) by Frederick Soddy, 2003-09-24
  6. Isotopy. Lectures by Soddy and Cranston. by Frederick Soddy, 1923
  7. The story of atomic energy by Frederick Soddy, 1919-01-01
  8. The Interpretation Of Radium: Being The Substance Of Six Free Popular Experimental Lectures Delivered At The University Of Glasgow (1912) by Frederick Soddy, 2010-09-10
  9. Matter And Energy (1912) by Frederick Soddy, 2010-09-10
  10. Die Entwickelung Der Materie Enthullt Durch Die Radioaktivitat (1904) (German Edition) by Frederick Soddy, 2010-09-10
  11. Science And Life: Aberdeen Addresses (1920) by Frederick Soddy, 2010-09-10
  12. Die Natur des Radiums. by Frederick Soddy, Robert J. Schwankner, 2002-01-01
  13. The Chemistry of the Radio-Elements, Volume 1 by Frederick Soddy, 2010-03-09
  14. Science and Life: Aberdeen Adresses by Frederick Soddy, 2010-01-10

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Frederick Soddy was chemist who worked on radiation and radioactive elements. He won the Nobel Prize for chemistry in 1921 for the discovery of the source of radiation, the change in matter upon radioactive decay, and isotopes. He was born on September 2, 1877 in Eastbourne, Sussex, England. His father, Benjamin Soddy was merchant working out of London. Soddy attended Eastbourne College and then the University College of Wales at Aberystwyth. In 1895 he began studying at Merton College at Oxford University after receiving a scholarship. He graduated from Oxford three years later with honors in chemistry. He continued working on research at Oxford for the next two years. In 1900, Soddy became a demonstrator for the chemistry department at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. It was at McGill that he began working on radioactivity with Sir Ernest Rutherford, the famous discoverer of the nucleus of atoms. Soddy and Rutherford worked together on radioactive elements such as radium. They determined that radiation came from the disintegration of atoms, which then formed new matter. They published several joint papers on the topic.

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Books by Soddy, Frederick The interpretation of the atom 1 edition first published in 1932

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Soddy, Frederick Alternative names Short description Date of birth 2 September 1877 Place of birth Eastbourne, England Date of death 22 September 1956
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Academic advisors Ernest Rutherford Doctoral students Iimori Satosayu Nuclear transmutation of radioelements

Coining the term isotope Energy in economics Soddy's hexlet Soddy circles Notable awards Nobel Prize for Chemistry Lunar crater Soddy Frederick Soddy (2 September 1877 – 22 September 1956) was an English radiochemist who explained, with Ernest Rutherford , that radioactivity is due to the transmutation of elements, now known to involve nuclear reactions . He also proved the existence of isotopes of certain radioactive elements. He received the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1921, and has a crater named for him on the far side of the Moon
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Soddy was born in Eastbourne England . He went to school at Eastbourne College , before going on to study at University College of Wales at Aberystwyth and at Merton College, Oxford

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British chemist and physicist who was awarded the 1921 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his theory of isotopes, a term he coined. Soddy carried out research on radioactivity with

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Soddy, Frederick (1877–1956) English physical chemist who pioneered research into atomic disintegration and coined the term isotope. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Chemistry, Frederick

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Publisher Information London Murray, 1932. Heavily Annotated Revised Author's Copy. Soddy, Frederick (18771956). The interpretation of the atom. 8vo. xviii 2, 355pp. 20
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Publisher Information: London: Murray, 1932. First Edition, British issue. Soddy collaborated with Rutherford in the crucial alpha-ray experiments that led to their revolutionary disintegration theory of radioactivity (1901-3). He was the first to recognize that the chemically identical atoms of different atomic weights discovered by radioactivity researchers were all varieties of the same chemical element, and introduced the term "isotope" to describe this phenomenon. He was awarded the 1921 Nobel Prize for chemistry for his investigations into the origin and nature of isotopes, which paralleled Bohr's physical investigations in providing crucial evidence for the nuclear origins of alpha- and beta-decay. Soddy's Interpretation of the Atom, which superseded his classic Interpretation of Radium (1909; 4th ed. 1922), deals with developments in radioactivity and atomic chemistry from the turn of the century to the time of writing. Only one edition of The Interpretation of the Atom ever appeared in print. However, the heavily revised author's copy we are offering here show that Soddy at one time intended to publish an updated edition covering advances in the field up to 1940, with an appendix touching on the events leading up to the detonation of the atomic bomb in 1945. Evidently, Soddy abandoned his plan to publish a revised Interpretation of the Atom, thus leaving unpublished the thousands of words of revisions and additions recorded in this volume. Later he incorporated the gist of his revisions into his Story of Atomic Energy (1949), which, according to its preface, replaces both the 1909 and 1932 works.

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Soddy, Frederick (sŏd`ē), 1877–1956, English chemist. He worked under Lord Rutherford at McGill Univ. and with Sir William Ramsay at the Univ. of London., Frederick

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Frederick Soddy September 2 September 22 ) was an English radiochemist . Soddy was born in Eastbourne, England. He went to school at Eastbourne College, before going on to study at University College of Wales at Aberystwyth and Oxford University Merton College ). He was a researcher at Oxford from to . In he became a demonstrator in chemistry at McGill University in Montreal Quebec Canada , where he worked with Ernest Rutherford on radioactivity . He and Rutherford realized that the anomalous behavior of radioactive elements was due to the fact that they decayed into other elements. This decay also produced alpha beta , and gamma radiation . In , with Sir William Ramsay , Soddy verified that the decay of radium produced helium . From to , he was a lecturer at the University of Glasgow and while there he showed that uranium decays to radium . It was here also that he showed that a radioactive element may have more than one atomic weight though the chemical properties are identical; this led to the concept of an isotope . Soddy later showed that non-radioactive elements also could have multiple isotopes. In addition he showed that an atom moves lower in atomic number by two places on alpha emission, higher by one place on beta emission. This was a fundamental step toward understanding the relationships among families of radioactive elements. Soddy published

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Soddy (s d), Frederick 18771956. British chemist who was a pioneer in the study of radioactivity. With Ernest Rutherford, he explained the atomic disintegration of radioactive Frederick

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The two proved the existence of two radioactive decay series: one starting with uranium and the other with thorium. The final product of both series was lead. They predicted that helium should be the decay product of radium, and they were the first to calculate the tremendous amount of energy that could be evolved during radioactive reactions. spectroscopy to show that helium was formed during the radioactive decay of radium and that it was also evolved in the decay of radium emanation. From 1904 to 1914 he served as a lecturer in physical chemistry and radioactivity at the University of Glasgow. -particle (a doubly charged particle consisting of two protons and two neutrons, identical to the helium nucleus, He ) from a radioactive element causes that element to move back two places in the Periodic Table. In a short letter to the editor of Nature

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Science Dictionary Soddy (sŏd'ē) Pronunciation Key British chemist who was a pioneer in the study of radioactivity. With Ernest Rutherford, he explained the atomic, frederick

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