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Edwin Mattison McMillan (September 18, 1907 – September 7, 1991) was an American physicist and Nobel laureate credited with being the first ever to produce ...

Edwin M. McMillan - Biographical - Nobelprize.org


Edwin Mattison McMillan was born on 18th September, 1907, at Redondo Beach, California. He is the son of Dr. Edwin Harbaugh McMillan, a physician, and his ...

Edwin McMillan | Atomic Heritage Foundation


Edwin McMillan (1907-1991) was an American physicist and winner of the 1951 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

Edwin McMillan, Nobel Laureate And Chemistry Pioneer, Dies at 83 ...


Sep 9, 1991 ... Edwin Mattison McMillan, a pioneer in modern chemistry and physics who won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1951 as a co-discoverer of ...

Edwin M. McMillan, Neptunium, Phase Stability, and the Synchrotron


Feb 16, 2016 ... Description: Edwin McMillan discovered neptunium and 'phase stability' and invented the synchrotron. He won the 1951 Nobel Prize in ...

Edwin M. McMillan - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory


Mar 23, 2010 ... Dr. Glenn Seaborg and Dr. Edwin McMillan on the day they were notified that they had won the Nobel Prize, October 1951. Professor Arne ...

Edwin McMillan - National Academy of Sciences


Edwin McMillan spent a large part of his professional life in close association with ... Edwin McMillan was thoroughly analytical in whatever he did and usually ...

Edwin McMillan and Neptunium - yovisto Blogyovisto Blog


Sep 18, 2016 ... On September 18, 1907, American physicist and Nobel Laureate Edwin Mattison McMillan was born. McMillan is credited with being the first ...

Video - Edwin McMillan (1977) : Early Days at the Lawrence ...


There is a set of physicists who have been rewarded with the Nobel Prize in Chemistry and Edwin McMillan belongs to this set. This has to do with a tradition of ...

Research Profile - Edwin Mattison McMillan


Edwin M. McMillan. Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1951 together with Glenn T. Seaborg "for their discoveries in the chemistry of the transuranium elements".

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In 1940 Edwin McMillan used a particle accelerator to radiate uranium with neutrons and proved that an element with an atomic number of 93 had been created.

Edwin M. McMillan - NNDB.com


American physicist Edwin M. McMillan discovered the first transuranium (heavier than uranium) element, named neptunium, in 1940, working with Philip ...

Edwin Mattison McMillan | American physicist | Britannica.com


McMillan was educated at the California Institute of Technology and at Princeton University, where he earned a Ph.D. in 1932. He then joined the faculty of the ...