f.m. chadwick

Chadwick

[chad-wik]
noun
1.
Florence (May) 1918–1995, U.S. long-distance swimmer.
2.
Henry, 1824–1908, U.S. sportswriter and baseball pioneer, born in England.
3.
George Whitefield, 1854–1931, U.S. composer.
4.
James, 1891–1974, English physicist: discoverer of the neutron; Nobel Prize 1935.
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Chadwick (ˈtʃædwɪk)
 
n
1.  Sir Edwin. 1800--90, British social reformer, known for his Report on the Sanitary Condition of the Labouring Population of Great Britain (1842)
2.  Sir James. 1891--1974, British physicist: discovered the neutron (1932): Nobel prize for physics 1935
3.  Lynn (Russell). 1914--2003, British sculptor in metal

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Chadwick   (chād'wĭk)  Pronunciation Key 
British physicist who in 1932 discovered the neutron. For this work, he received the 1935 Nobel Prize for chemistry.
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