George de Hevesy

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The native form o this personal name is Hevesy György. This airticle uises the Wastren name order.
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György de Hevesy
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BornGeorg Karl von Hevesy
1 August 1885(1885-08-01)
Budapest, Austrick-Hungary
Died5 Julie 1966(1966-07-05) (aged 80)
Freiburg, Wast Germany
Alma materVarsity o Freiburg
Kent for
Hauf-marrae(s)Pia Riis (m. 1924; 4 bairns)
AwairdsNobel Prize for Chemistry (1943)
Copley Medal (1949)
Atoms for Peace Awaird (1958)
Fellae o the Ryal Society[1]
Scientific career
InstitutionsGhent Varsity
Varsity o Budapest
Niels Bohr Institute
ETH Zürich
Varsity o Freiburg
Varsity o Manchester
Stefan Meyer Institute for Subatomic Pheesics
Doctoral advisorGeorg Franz Julius Meyer

George Charles de Hevesy (German: Georg Karl von Hevesy; 1 August 1885 – 5 Julie 1966) wis a Hungarian radiochemist an Nobel laureate, recognised in 1943 for his key role in the development o radioactive tracers tae study chemical processes sic as in the metabolism o ainimals. He an aa co-discovered the element hafnium.[1][2][3][4][5][6]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Cockcroft, J. D. (1967). "George de Hevesy 1885-1966". Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society. 13: 125–126. doi:10.1098/rsbm.1967.0007.
  2. Levi, H. (1976). "George von Hevesy memorial lecture. George Hevesy and his concept of radioactive indicators--in retrospect". European journal of nuclear medicine. 1 (1): 3–10. doi:10.1007/BF00253259. PMID 797570.
  3. Ostrowski, W. (1968). "George Hevesy inventor of isotope methods in biochemical studies". Postepy biochemii. 14 (1): 149–153. PMID 4870858.
  4. Dal Santo, G. (1966). "Professor George C. De Hevesy. In reverent memory". Acta isotopica. 6 (1): 5–8. PMID 4865432.
  5. "George De Hevesy". Triangle; the Sandoz journal of medical science. 91: 239–240. 1964. PMID 14184278.
  6. Weintraub, B. (April 2005), "George de Hevesy: Hafnium and Radioactive Traces; Chemistry", Bull. Isr. Chem. Soc. (18): 41–43