- Hen·ri [ahn-ree] /ɑ̃ˈri/, 1852–1907, French chemist: Nobel prize 1906.
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"It cannot be, surely it cannot be," said Professor Moissan at length.
"I will explain to you my notion," said Professor Moissan, the great French chemist.
To appreciate this it is necessary to recall the way in which Moissan made his diamonds.Curiosities of the Sky
Moissan, however, was not the first to produce diamonds artificially.The Wonder Book of Volcanoes and Earthquakes
Edwin J. Houston
The study of diamonds led Moissan to believe that in nature they are formed by the cooling of a melted mixture of iron and carbon.The Story of Great Inventions
Elmer Ellsworth Burns