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Irving Langmuir

1931 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner
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1932 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner Irving Langmuir News

Cold Fusion: Still alive & kicking (But perhaps without the fusion)

EDN.com
The term was first used by Nobel-winning chemist Irving Langmuir in 1953. Langmuir described pathological science as an area of research that simply refuses to die long after it was given up on as false by the majority of scientists in the field. He ...

1932 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner Irving Langmuir News

Ten Female Inventors Who Saved Our Lives

MSNBC
Research chemist Irving Langmuir encouraged Blodgett to collaborate with him on projects, and during her independent research she found a way to measure an oily substance he had invented. This method of measuring transparent objects led her to create ...

1932 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner Irving Langmuir News

Sam Asano's Let's Invent: Phantom loads — a colossal waste

The Union Leader
Years later, she found the process could be repeated to create a multi-layer stack of any thickness. The Langmuir-Blodgett technique, essentially unchanged since Blodgett's discovery in 1935, has found ever-widening uses in scientific research and ...

1932 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner Irving Langmuir News

Phantom loads and nuclear power

York County Coast Star
From the National Inventors Hall of Fame: “Working as a research assistant to Irving Langmuir, Katharine Blodgett experimented with monolayers, organic films only a single molecule thick, initiating a new scientific discipline and laboratory techniques ...

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