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Debye, Peter Joseph Wilhelm (1884–1966)

Peter Debye
Peter Debye was a Dutch-born German-American chemist best known for his work on molecular structure and dissociation in solution, and in particular for the Debye-Hückel theory of ionic solutions (1923). He also pioneered X-ray crystallography. He was awarded the 1936 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.