Maria Curie Skłodowska

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Maria Curie – Skłodowska was born at 7 XI 1867 in Warsaw. She was the youngest child of Władysław Skłodowski and Maria Bronisława Bogucka. Her father worked at secondary school in Warsaw. He was a teacher of maths and physics.
In Autumn 1897 Maria Curie – Skłodowska discovered a new chemical radical which was more active and stronger than oxide uranium. It was named polonium – to honour Poland – her motherland. Next year she published her discover. In December 1898 Maria Curie Skłodowska detected another radical – called radium and declared to Paris Academy Learning. This radical is as radio-active as polonium and it is into the uranium rude. In 1903 and 1911 academy conferred her Nobel’s prix.
She was died at 4 July 1934 at fourth am. Her death was due to blood illness connected witch radium.

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