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/ mwaˈsɑ̃ /
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Hen·ri [ahn-ree], /ɑ̃ˈri/, 1852–1907, French chemist: Nobel Prize 1906.
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Words nearby Moissan
moire, moiré effect, Moiseivich, Moiseyev, Moism, Moissan, moist, moisten, moisture, moisturize, moisturizer
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How to use Moissan in a sentence
Professor Moissan, the great French chemist and maker of artificial diamonds, fairly danced with delight.
If Monsieur Moissan's explanation was not correct, at any rate it seemed the only one which would fit the facts before us.
If Monsieur Moissan's explanation was not correct, at any rate it seemed the only one that would fit the facts before us.Edison's Conquest of Mars|Garrett Putman Serviss
The preparation of fluorine was finally accomplished by the French chemist Moissan by the electrolysis of hydrofluoric acid.
The French chemist Moissan, in his extended study of chemistry at high temperatures, finally succeeded in making some small ones.