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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Hinshelwood, Sir Cyril Norman 1897-1967. British chemist. He shared a 1956 Nobel Prize for research on the kinetics of chemical reactions.

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  • Witwatersrand, who was originally an Oxford trained chemist, advised me to write to C.N. Hinshelwood, the

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  • Hinshelwood had written a book called the Chemical Kinetics of the Bacterial

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  • Hinshelwood was later the recipient of the Nobel Prize for his work on chemical kinetics.

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  • He himself had received his Ph.D. as a student of Cyril Hinshelwood at

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  • Hinshelwood and Academician Nikolai Nikolaevic Semenov "for their researches into the mechanism of chemical reactions" reminds us of the very first Nobel Prize in Chemistry, which was awarded in

    Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1956 - Presentation Speech

  • This important reaction was studied both by Hinshelwood and his team in Oxford and by Semenov and his team in Leningrad.

    Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1956 - Presentation Speech

  • Thirty years ago Hinshelwood studied a number of chemical reactions which allowed him to draw important conclusions concerning the collisions between molecules, which set them in such vibration that they became unstable.

    Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1956 - Presentation Speech

  • At Oxford, seriously studying chemistry, with Robinson and Hinshelwood among my professors, I became captivated by the edifices chemists had raised through experiment and imagination -- but still I had a lurking question.

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  • Ian Westlake and Chris Westwood had put the hosts in control but Nicky Forster got Brighton back in it 12 minutes from time before Hinshelwood snatched a point.

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