Marie Curie's laboratory

Marie Curie's laboratory

Marie Curie, the only person to win the Nobel Prize in two different sciences, is probably the most famous woman in the history of science.

Physics

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Curie, Marie Curie, Sklodowska, uranium, Radium, radioactivity, radioactive decay, radiation, particle physics, nucleus, quantum physics, quantum, particle, alpha decay, electromagnet, beta decay, gamma radiation, alpha radiation, beta radiation, Paris, scientist, history of science, France, Poland, Nobel Prize, laboratory, pitchblende, Sorbonne, physical, history, contemporary era

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Questions

  • Where was Marie Curie born?
  • What was Marie Curie's birth name?
  • Who was Marie Curie's husband?
  • Is it true that Marie Curie was the first professor of the University of Paris (Sorbonne)?
  • How many Nobel Prizes did Marie Curie receive?
  • Which Nobel Prize did Marie Curie receive?
  • Which Nobel Prize did Marie Curie receive?
  • When did Marie Curie receive her first Nobel Prize?
  • Who did NOT receive the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1903?
  • Is it true that Marie Curie was the first person to be awarded two Nobel Prizes?
  • Where was Marie Curie buried?
  • What was Marie and Pierre Curie's favourite pastime?
  • Who discovered radioactivity?
  • Which element was discovered by Marie and Pierre Curie?
  • Which element was discovered by Marie and Pierre Curie?
  • After whom or what did Marie Curie name the new element polonium?
  • Is it true that Marie Curie was the first woman to receive a doctorate in France?
  • Is it true that only one woman won a Nobel Prize before Marie Curie?
  • Is it true that both of Marie Curie's daughters won a Nobel Prize?
  • Which Nobel Prize did Marie Curie's daughter, Irène Joliot-Curie win?
  • What may have caused Marie Curie's death?
  • Which chemical element was named after Marie and Pierre Curie?
  • Is it true that the first chemical element to be named after a person was actually named after Marie and Pierre Curie?
  • Which (non-SI) unit of measurement was named after Marie and Pierre Curie?
  • In which country did Marie Curie perform the majority of her experiments?
  • What kind of instrument did Marie and Pierre Curie use to measure radioactivity?
  • When did Marie and Pierre Curie discover the elements polonium and radium?
  • Who or what was called the "Little Curies" ( "petites Curies")?
  • How much did the pitchblende weigh from which Marie and Pierre Curie isolated 0.1 g of radium chloride?
  • In what type of building did Marie and Pierre Curie make their major discoveries?

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