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Irving Langmuir

American chemist and physicist who invented the gas-filled incandescent lamp as well as the hydrogen welding technique while functioning at General Electric powered. He received a Nobel Award in 1932 for his analysis in surface area chemistry. He went to the Columbia College or university College of Mines before getting his Ph.D. level in 1906 under Nobel laureate Walther Nernst in G√∂ttingen. He helped invent the high vacuum pipe after doing performing research on lights and diffusion pushes. He wedded Marion Mersereau in 1912. He loosely motivated the type Dr. Felix Hoenikker in Kurt Vonnegut’s book ‘Cat’s Cradle.’

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