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Dr Harold Clayton Urey
Birth: Apr. 29, 1893
St. Joseph County
Indiana, USA
Death: Jan. 5, 1981
La Jolla
San Diego County
California, USA

Scientist. A co-discoverer of deuterium (or heavy hydrogen), for which he was awarded the 1934 Nobel Prize for chemistry. His early research was with the entropy of diatomic gases and problems of atomic structure, absorption spectra and the structure of molecules. He was the author of "Atoms, Molecules and Quanta" and "The Planets: Their Origin and Development". (bio by: Elizabeth Reed) 
Family links: 
  Samuel Clayton Urey (1866 - 1899)
  Cora Rebecca Reinoehl Long (1870 - 1953)
  Frieda Daum Urey (1898 - 1992)
  Harold Clayton Urey (1893 - 1981)
  Clarence Monroe Urey (1895 - 1964)*
  Martha Elizabeth Urey Cullen (1898 - 2001)*
  Ina May Long Taylor (1914 - 1991)**
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Fairfield Cemetery
Fairfield Center
DeKalb County
Indiana, USA
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Originally Created by: Elizabeth Reed
Record added: Jun 22, 2006
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Dr. Urey was an inspiration to me as I grew up. I am a working physicist and physics instructor in the State of Washington, in the town he found his wife...Seattle. I am from Indiana and a relative through his mother. My grandmother and father were fr...(Read more)
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