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  2. Edwin McMillan - Wikipedia

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    Edwin Mattison McMillan (September 18, 1907 – September 7, 1991) was an American physicist and Nobel laureate credited with being the first-ever to produce a transuranium element, neptunium.

  3. Edwin M. McMillan - Biographical - NobelPrize.org

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    Edwin Mattison McMillan Biographical E dwin Mattison McMillan was born on 18th September, 1907, at Redondo Beach, California. He is the son of Dr. Edwin Harbaugh McMillan, a physician, and his wife, Anne Marie McMillan, née Mattison, who both came from the State of Maryland and were both of English and Scottish descent.

  4. Edwin McMillan | Atomic Heritage Foundation

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    Edwin McMillan (1907-1991) was an American physicist and winner of the 1951 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. In 1940 McMillan and Phillip Abelson produced a new element, element 93, when they bombarded uranium-235 with neutrons. This was the first ti

  5. McMillan was born in Redondo Beach, California, on September 18, 1907, the son Edwin Harbaugh McMillan and his wife Anna Marie McMillan née Mattison. He had a younger sister, Catherine Helen. His father was a physician, as was his father's twin brother, and three of his mother's brothers.

  6. Edwin Mattison McMillan: Edwin Mattison McMillan, American nuclear physicist who shared the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1951 with Glenn T. Seaborg for his discovery of element 93, neptunium, the first element heavier than uranium, thus called a transuranium element.

  7. Edwin McMillan | Scientist Solutions Forum

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    Edwin Mattison McMillan was born on 18th September, 1907, at Redondo Beach, California. He is the son of Dr. Edwin Harbaugh McMillan, a physician, and his wife, Anne Marie McMillan, née Mattison, who both came from the State of Maryland and were both of English and Scottish descent.

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  9. Edwin M. McMillan - NNDB

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    American physicist Edwin M. McMillan discovered the first transuranium (heavier than uranium) element, named neptunium, in 1940, working with Philip Abelson (1913-2004). In the same year, working under Glenn Seaborg and with Joseph W. Kennedy (1916-57) and Arthur C. Wahl (1917-2006), he discovered ...

  10. Edwin M. McMillan - lbl.gov

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    Edwin Mattison McMillan is the son of Dr. Edwin Harbaugh McMillan, a physician, and Anna Marie (Mattison) McMillan, both from the state of Maryland and both of Scotch and English descent. He was born on September 18, 1907, in Redondo Beach, California, and grew up in Pasadena, California.

  11. Edwin McMillan - National Academy of Sciences

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    215 EDWIN MATTISON MCMILLAN September 18, 1907–September 8, 1991 BY J. DAVID JACKSON AND W. K. H. PANOFSKY W ITH THE DEATH OF Edwin Mattison McMillan on Sep- tember 8, 1991, the world lost one of its great natural

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