Author: Greg Linder Publisher: Capstone ISBN: 9780736802062 Size: 27.71 MB Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi View: 862 DownloadRead Online
A biography of the scientist who discovered radium and won two Nobel Prizes.
Author: Eve Curie Publisher: Andesite Press ISBN: 9781298575302 Size: 68.15 MB Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi View: 821 DownloadRead Online
This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.
Author: Marilyn Bailey Ogilvie Publisher: ISBN: 9781616142162 Size: 34.29 MB Format: PDF View: 4214 DownloadRead Online
This informative, accessible, and concise biography looks at Marie Curie not just as a dedicated scientist but also as a complex woman with a sometimes-tumultuous personal life.
Author: Eve Curie Publisher: ISBN: 9784871877718 Size: 51.22 MB Format: PDF, Mobi View: 3946 DownloadRead Online
Her discoveries were not taken seriously or were often credited to some man in her background. Always it was assumed that the real work was done by some man and that the woman was just a wall flower.
Author: Françoise Giroud Publisher: Holmes & Meier Pub ISBN: Size: 40.95 MB Format: PDF, ePub View: 1076 DownloadRead Online
Perhaps the most illustrious women of her era, Marie Curie is well-known for her Nobel Prize-winning research in physics and chemistry and for her discovery with husband Pierre of polonium and radium.
Author: Marie Curie Publisher: Courier Corporation ISBN: 048632057X Size: 42.46 MB Format: PDF View: 7530 DownloadRead Online
In addition to firsthand accounts of laboratory work and techniques, Marie Curie offers observations on her husband's personality and character, their family life, and the work of their scientific contemporaries, including Ernest Rutherford ...