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Urey

Harold Clayton. 1893--1981, US chemist, who discovered the heavy isotope of hydrogen, deuterium (1932), and worked on methods of separating uranium isotopes: Nobel prize for chemistry 1934
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So the chances of a newcomer like Benoni Urey are open.
Hall appealed to Harold Urey for help in an attempt to gain some distance from the controversial reports, as Hall did not have the time to devote to the issue and felt unqualified to publicly speculate on the possible cause of the phenomena: Hall J.
16]O isotopes (which differ in their rotational energies) in calcite and seawater at the time of shell deposition, as described in Urey (1948) and Zeebe and WolfGladrow (2001).
The SL framework offers a coherent and widely understood approach, and it can be readily extended to take account of markets, institutions, and technologies (Carney, 1999; Chambers & Conway, 1992; Dorward, Poole, Morrison, Kydd, & Urey, 2003; Hussein, 2002; Moser, 1998).
One thousand Columbia students and faculty members, including Franz Boas and Nobel laureate Harold Urey, signed a petition calling on the administration to rescind its acceptance of the Heidelberg invitation.
En efecto, los experimentos realizados a partir de 1953 por Urey y Miller, y todos los que les han seguido hasta la fecha, por un sinnumero de investigadores, han comprobado la enorme importancia de aquellas sustancias como precursoras de una vasta variedad de compuesto organicos de importancia biologica, todo lo cual se ha visto respaldado, ademas, por su presencia en el espacio interestelar.
The U10 green event was won by Harrison Birch of Wrexham, who beat Dan Urey 4/0 4/1 in the final on a very wet day.
University of Texas tight end Blaine Urey severely injured his leg two years ago.
Heavy hydrogen atoms, now known as deuterium, are discovered by Harold Urey and George M.
1995), emotional problems present in the well sibling before the child with cystic fibrosis was diagnosed, and concurrent stressors (Carter, Urey, & Eid, 1992; Dunst, 1993; Garmezy, 1988; Gore et al, 1992; Hetherington, 1989; Hymovich & Roehnert, 1989; Kupst, 1993).
Claudia Urey is from Leon, Nicaragua, and has been in New York and New Jersey since she arrived in the United States seven years ago.
In Regional Impacts of US-Mexican Relations, edited by Ina Rosenthal Urey.