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Winner of Nobel Chemistry Prize to Speak in Boston

Urey Is Discoverer of Heavy Isotope of Hydrogen

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Introduced by President Conant, Harold C. Urey, Nobel Prize winner in Chemistry this spring and professor at Columbia, will address the Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society upon "The Separation of Isotopes" this evening at 8 o'clock in Huntington Hall, the Rogers Building, 491 Boylston Street, Boston.

Professor Urey is the discoverer of the heavy isotope of hydrogen, which is the essential element of "heavy water."

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