Semenov, Nikolai N

January 2009
World Book Science Dataset;1/1/2009, p1
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Semenov, Nikolai N. (1896-1986) was a Soviet chemist. He won the 1956 Nobel Prize in chemistry for his work on chemical chain reactions. Semenov shared the prize with the British chemist Cyril Hinshelwood, who independently did similar research. Semenov was the first Soviet citizen to win a Nobel Prize.


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