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Aston

[ as-tuhn ]
/ ˈæs tən /
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noun
Francis William, 1877–1945, English physicist and chemist: Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1922.
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Aston
/ (ˈæstən) /

noun
Francis William. 1877–1945, English physicist and chemist, who developed the first mass spectrograph, using it to investigate the isotopic structures of elements: Nobel prize for chemistry 1922
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