Definition of Urey, Harold Clayton in English:

Urey, Harold Clayton

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Pronunciation: /ˈjʊəri
 
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( 1893–1981), American chemist. He discovered deuterium in 1932, pioneered the use of isotope labelling, and became director of the Manhattan Project at Columbia University. Nobel Prize for Chemistry (1934).

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