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Richard Adolf Zsigmondy

An Austrian chemist who won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1925 for his study in colloids. His research of colloids helped generate cranberry and ruby coloured glass items. He liked climbing mountains along with his brothers when he was young. A crater for the moon is known as “Zsigmondy” in reputation of his essential work. He previously two daughters along with his wife Laura Luise Muller, who he wedded in 1903. He earned the Noble Reward in chemistry like Ernest Rutherford.

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