Category:Max Bodenstein

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Deutsch: Max Bodenstein (* 15. Juli 1871 in Magdeburg; † 3. September 1942 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Physikochemiker.
English: Max Ernst August Bodenstein (born 15 July 1871 in Magdeburg - died 3 September 1942 in Berlin) was a German physical chemist known for his work in chemical kinetics. He was first to postulate a chain reaction mechanism and that explosions are branched chain reactions, later applied to the atomic bomb.

Max Bodenstein 
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German chemist
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Date of birth15 July 1871
Date of death3 September 1942
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  • Robert Wilhelm Bunsen Medal (1936)
  • Q29954289 (1936)
  • August Wilhelm von Hofmann Medal (1936)
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