A Century of Nobel Prizes Recipients: Chemistry, Physics, and Medicine

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Preface 5
  • Acknowledgments 7
  • Alfred Nobel (1833 - 1896) 9
  • Contents 11
  • The Nobel Laureates in Chemistry (1901 - 2001) 13
  • Introduction 15
  • 1901 17
  • 1905 20
  • 1906 21
  • 1908 22
  • 1914 26
  • 1922 30
  • 1924 Not Awarded 31
  • 1944 46
  • 1946 47
  • 1947 49
  • 1954 55
  • 1955 58
  • 1960 62
  • 1961 63
  • 1963 68
  • 1964 69
  • 1967 71
  • 1969 73
  • 1972 75
  • 1977 80
  • 1979 83
  • 1984 88
  • 1988 94
  • 1993 99
  • 1997 106
  • 1998 108
  • 2000 110
  • 2001 111
  • The Nobel Laureates in Physics (1901 - 2001) 113
  • Introduction 114
  • 1901 117
  • 1902 118
  • 1906 123
  • 1913 127
  • 1919 132
  • 1923 137
  • 1927 140
  • 1928 141
  • 1933 143
  • 1938 148
  • 1939 152
  • 1944 154
  • 1947 156
  • 1949 157
  • 1950 158
  • 1955 162
  • 1957 165
  • 1958 166
  • 1959 167
  • 1961 169
  • 1963 171
  • 1967 179
  • 1970 183
  • 1971 185
  • 1976 190
  • 1980 196
  • 1981 197
  • 1982 199
  • 1994 214
  • 1995 215
  • 1996 217
  • 1998 220
  • The Nobel Laureates in Medicine (1901 - 2001) 229
  • Introduction 231
  • 1901 233
  • 1903 234
  • 1906 236
  • 1915 to 1918 Not Awarded 245
  • 1925 Not Awarded 249
  • 1929 250
  • 1930 251
  • 1938 263
  • 1939 to 1942 Not Awarded 264
  • 1944 265
  • 1947 268
  • 1951 272
  • 1953 273
  • 1961 285
  • 1966 296
  • 1968 298
  • 1973 309
  • 1975 318
  • 1980 326
  • 1984 332
  • 1986 335
  • 1989 339
  • 1992 344
  • 1998 351
  • 1999 353
  • 2001 357
  • Bibliography: Chemistry 369
  • Bibliography: Physics 370
  • Index of Recipients' Names 375
  • Subject Index 377
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