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Soddy, Frederick Syllabification: Sod·dy, Frederick
Pronunciation: /ˈsädē/

Definition of Soddy, Frederick in English:

( 1877–1956), English physicist. He assisted William Ramsay in the discovery of helium, formulated a theory of isotopes, and coined the word isotope in 1913 after working on radioactive decay. Nobel Prize for Chemistry (1921).

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