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Theodor Svedberg

Swedish chemist who the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1926. He helped develop the analytical ultracentrifugation strategy to research colloids and protein. He examined biochemistry at Uppsala School. He previously a device of dimension, the svedberg (S), called in his honor. He was created in Fleräng, Valbo, Gävleborg, Sweden. His analysis on colloids supplied proof for Albert Einstein’s theory of Brownian movement.

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