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lewis, gilbert newton

American physical chemist best known for his contributions to chemical thermodynamics, the electron-pair model of the covalent bond, the electronic theory of acids and bases, the separation and study of deuterium and its compounds, and his work on phosphorescence and the triplet state (in which the quantum number for total spin angular momentum is 1).

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Encyclopedia Britannica, 2008. Encyclopedia Britannica Online.
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