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Marie Curie in her first laboratory

Marie Curie in her first laboratory
Marie Curie in her first laboratory
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Marie Curie (1867-1934), French physicist, in her first laboratory installed in an EPCI hangar, rue Lhomond, Paris (Vème arr.), 1896-1905.

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