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McMillan

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/ məkˈmɪl ən /
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noun
Edwin Mat·ti·son [mat-uh-suhn], /ˈmæt ə sən/, 1907–91, U.S. educator and physicist: Nobel Prize in chemistry 1951.
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McMillan
/ (məkˈmɪlən) /

noun
Edwin M (attison). 1907–91, US physicist; Nobel prize for chemistry 1951 (with Glenn Seaborg) for the discovery of transuranic elements
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