George De Hasti


George Charles De Hasti (Hungarian: George Charles de Heveesy, August 1, 1885 Budapest - July 5, 1966), Hungarian Chemist In 1943, I won the Nobel Chemistry Award.

Main contributions

Using isotope as a tracer in chemical studies.


In 1933, Hitler began to implement racial policies after the power, many Jews lost their work and was forced to escape. The Nazi molecules originally thought that James Frank under the roof will be low to accept Hitler's conditions. However, the professor not only resigned, but also issued a statement question and opposition. When leaving, he also refused to hand over some of the relevant part of the nuclear energy to the Nazi science and technology person.

Hitler is ordered to formally arrest the famous physicist. Fortunately, Frank has also transferred from Denmark to the United States from Denmark before implementing arrest. The angry Hitler decided to implement assassination. In the end, James Franck and Hz were finally discovered that the law of the electron collision became the winner of the Nobel Physics Award. Just this Nobel medal, Frank can't keep too long. During Denmark Escape, the Germans invade Denmark. In order to avoid medals, Hungarian Chemist George Dehai Waysei will dissolve Frank's Nobel Medal with the king water, and the solution is placed on the shelf of the Neilles Boho Research Institute. The bottle dissolved with the solution of Frank's Nobel medal, at this time, the de Haver West was carefully dedicated from the laboratory shelf. The gold in the solution was precipitated, and the Nobel Awards Committee re-casts the medal, wearing it in the chest of Frank. His motherland, later hanging the Planck medal in his chest.

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