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Rich·ard [rikh-ahrt], /ˈrɪx ɑrt/, 1865–1929, German chemist, born in Austria: Nobel prize 1925.
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How to use Zsigmondy in a sentence
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Professor Zsigmondy's book is more technical, and deals mainly with "hydrosols" and "hydrogels."
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/ (German ˈʃɪɡmɔndi) /
Richard Adolf (ˈrɪçart ˈaːdɔlf). 1865–1929, German chemist, born in Austria, noted for his work on colloidal particles and, with H. Siedentopf, his introduction (1903) of the ultramicroscope: Nobel prize for chemistry 1925
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