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Marie Curie

 Marie Curie (1867- 1943)
Marie Curie was born on November 7th, 1897 as
Maria Salomea Sklodowska. She's the 5th and last
child of Bronislawa
 Marie Curie (1867- 1943)
Marie Curie was born on November 7th, 1897 as
Maria Salomea Sklodowska. She's the 5th and last
child of Bronislawa
 Marie Curie (1867- 1943)
Marie Curie was born on November 7th, 1897 as
Maria Salomea Sklodowska. She's the 5th and last
child of Bronislawa
 Marie Curie (1867- 1943)
Marie Curie was born on November 7th, 1897 as
Maria Salomea Sklodowska. She's the 5th and last
child of Bronislawa

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Marie Curie (1867- 1943) Marie Curie was born on November 7th, 1897 as Maria Salomea Sklodowska. She's the 5th and last child of Bronislawa and Wladyslaw Sklodowski, both were teachers. Her childhood and youth were shaped by difficult family, financial and political circumstances, because at that time Poland was occupied by Russian troops and was thus under Russian domination. As a result, polish culture was suppressed and it wasn't allowed to speak polish in school. Marie's father lost his job during this time and the family suffered further financial losses due to incorrectly invested money. Her mother was contracting tuberculosis, a contagious bacterial infectious disease, at those times. As Marie was ten years old, her mother died because of tuberculosis. Marie suffered from the loss of her mother and that's also why Marie was shy when she was young. At school, the young Marie was ambitious and hardworking and finally she graduated in 1883, at the age of 16, as the best of the school year. E Marie was already interested in physics during her school days. Therefore it was her great desire to study - but she was denied this because women were not yet admitted to study at the time. That's why she acquired her own knowledge in a so-called "flying university". These institutions were privately organized meetings of young Poles at changing locations, where...

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secret lectures were held and literature was read together. There Marie worked in a secret laboratory and began to be interested in research. Both she and her eldest sister Bronia wanted to study in France because women were allowed to study there. However, since the family had no money for it, Marie initially worked as an educator in 1885. So she financed her sister's medical studies in France. Six years later she followed her sister to Paris and was able to study mathematics and physics at the Sorbonne University, now with financial support from her. After successfully completing her first class in physics and second best in mathematics, she stayed in France and began doing research as a doctoral student for the physics professor Antoine Henri Becquerel. This is how she met the physicist Pierre Curie, whom she married on July 25, 1895 and with whom she later had two daughters. Through this marriage she received French citizenship and was henceforth Marie Curie. She was a Polish physicist and chemist who lived in France. She examined the radiation from uranium compounds observed by Henri Becquerel in 1896 and coined the term "radioactivity" for it. With the help of her husbands own creation, the so called "piezoelectric electrometer", she was able to measure the electrical conductivity of air. In this way, they examined uranium compounds to find out, that the measured activity of the uranium-containing materials, are proportional to the amount of included Uranium. After Marie Curie found out, that Thorium has the same activity as Uranium, they discovered, that this unknown activity is caused by two different chemical elements. After she proved the first element, she named it after her homeland "Polonium". In the heading of her report, the word "radioactivity" was used for the first time. In the autumn of 1898, Marie Curie suffered from inflammation of her fingertips, which was a symptom for the so called "radiation illness". A sample of the second element was created 1898, which received the name "Radium" in December 1898. Marie Curie grew up in Poland, which was part of Russia at those times. As a woman who wasn't allowed to study there, she moved to Paris at the end of 1891 and began her studies at the Sorbonne, where she received a degree in physics and mathematics. In December 1897 she began to research radioactive substances, which have been focus of her scientific work ever since. She won a partial Nobel Prize in Physics in 1903 and the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1911. So far, Marie Curie is the only woman who won several Nobel Prizes. After Linus Pauling, she is the only person who won Nobel Prizes in two different areas. A- B Erde Jobble Erde Erde In 1906 Marie Curie took over and started teaching instead of Pierre, because he died unexpectedly. Two years later she was finally appointed professor for general physics, created for him. She was the first female professor at the Sorbonne. When Marie Curie applied for a seat in the science academy in 1911 and her relationship with Paul Langevin became known that same year, some articles were published in the tabloids in which she was attacked personally as a stranger, intellectual, Jewish and strange woman. During the First World War, Marie Curie worked as a radiologist and treated wounded soldiers. She developed an X-ray truck that could perform radiological examinations near the front. She took the required technician and nurse qualification exam. After war, she joined the International Commission for Better Cooperation of the League of Nations in order to offer scientists better working conditions. At the Radium Institute in Paris, which she heads, she campaigned for the promotion of female and foreign students. In 1934 Marie Curie died of "anemia", which was probably caused by radioactivity. During the First World War, Marie Curie worked as a radiologist and treated wounded soldiers. She developed an X-ray truck that could perform radiological examinations near the front. She took the required technician and nurse qualification exam. After war, she joined the International Commission for Better Cooperation of the League of Nations in order to offer scientists better working conditions. At the Radium Institute in Paris, which she heads, she campaigned for the promotion of female and foreign students. In 1934 Marie Curie died of "anemia", which was probably caused by radioactivity. She was a Polish physicist and chemist who lived in France. She examined the radiation from uranium compounds observed by Henri Becquerel in 1896 and coined the term "radioactivity" for it. With the help of her husbands own creation, the so called "piezoelectric electrometer", she was able to measure the electrical conductivity of air. In this way, they examined uranium compounds to find out, that the measured activity of the uranium-containing materials, are proportional to the amount of included Uranium. After Marie Curie found out, that Thorium has the same activity as Uranium, they discovered, that this unknown activity is caused by two different chemical elements. After she proved the first element, she named it after her homeland "Polonium". In the heading of her report, the word "radioactivity" was used for the first time. In the autumn of 1898, Marie Curie suffered from inflammation of her fingertips, which was a symptom for the so called "radiation illness". A sample of the second element was created 1898, which received the name "Radium" in December 1898. Marie Curie grew up in Poland, which was part of Russia at those times. As a woman who wasn't allowed to study there, she moved to Paris at the end of 1891 and began her studies at the Sorbonne, where she received a degree in physics and mathematics. In December 1897 she began to research radioactive substances, which have been focus of her scientific work ever since. She won a partial Nobel Prize in Physics in 1903 and the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1911. So far, Marie Curie is the only woman who won several Nobel Prizes. After Linus Pauling, she is the only person who won Nobel Prizes in two different areas. A- B Erde Jobble Erde Erde In 1906 Marie Curie took over and started teaching instead of Pierre, because he died unexpectedly. Two years later she was finally appointed professor for general physics, created for him. She was the first female professor at the Sorbonne. When Marie Curie applied for a seat in the science academy in 1911 and her relationship with Paul Langevin became known that same year, some articles were published in the tabloids in which she was attacked personally as a stranger, intellectual, Jewish and strange woman. Marie Curie The Structure • Marie Curies Biography Her Work Ethic Her Way to University • Her Scientific Career ● • The Collaboration with Pierre Curie The first and the second Nobel Prize Her Work Results Marie Curies Death ● Biography • Maria Salomea Sklodowski ● • Born on November 7th, 1867 in Warsaw, Poland ● • Died on July 4th, 1934 in Sancellemoz • 5th child of Bronislawa and Waldyslaw Sklodowski Married with Pierre Curie • Sorbonne University in Paris ● • Chemist and Physicist • Discovered Polonium and Radium Work Ethic Able to read at the age of four Graduated in 1883 • Acquired own knowledge in ,,flying university" • Worked as an educator (1885) ● • Studied in Sorbonne University, Paris Her way to university Loved school • Good achievements in school local universities not attended by women ►Study abroad After school she gave privat tutoring lessons • Visited the ,,flying university" • October 1885 Governess in a family of lawyers in Warsaw ➤To earn money for university ●

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Marie Curie (1867- 1943) Marie Curie was born on November 7th, 1897 as Maria Salomea Sklodowska. She's the 5th and last child of Bronislawa and Wladyslaw Sklodowski, both were teachers. Her childhood and youth were shaped by difficult family, financial and political circumstances, because at that time Poland was occupied by Russian troops and was thus under Russian domination. As a result, polish culture was suppressed and it wasn't allowed to speak polish in school. Marie's father lost his job during this time and the family suffered further financial losses due to incorrectly invested money. Her mother was contracting tuberculosis, a contagious bacterial infectious disease, at those times. As Marie was ten years old, her mother died because of tuberculosis. Marie suffered from the loss of her mother and that's also why Marie was shy when she was young. At school, the young Marie was ambitious and hardworking and finally she graduated in 1883, at the age of 16, as the best of the school year. E Marie was already interested in physics during her school days. Therefore it was her great desire to study - but she was denied this because women were not yet admitted to study at the time. That's why she acquired her own knowledge in a so-called "flying university". These institutions were privately organized meetings of young Poles at changing locations, where...

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secret lectures were held and literature was read together. There Marie worked in a secret laboratory and began to be interested in research. Both she and her eldest sister Bronia wanted to study in France because women were allowed to study there. However, since the family had no money for it, Marie initially worked as an educator in 1885. So she financed her sister's medical studies in France. Six years later she followed her sister to Paris and was able to study mathematics and physics at the Sorbonne University, now with financial support from her. After successfully completing her first class in physics and second best in mathematics, she stayed in France and began doing research as a doctoral student for the physics professor Antoine Henri Becquerel. This is how she met the physicist Pierre Curie, whom she married on July 25, 1895 and with whom she later had two daughters. Through this marriage she received French citizenship and was henceforth Marie Curie. She was a Polish physicist and chemist who lived in France. She examined the radiation from uranium compounds observed by Henri Becquerel in 1896 and coined the term "radioactivity" for it. With the help of her husbands own creation, the so called "piezoelectric electrometer", she was able to measure the electrical conductivity of air. In this way, they examined uranium compounds to find out, that the measured activity of the uranium-containing materials, are proportional to the amount of included Uranium. After Marie Curie found out, that Thorium has the same activity as Uranium, they discovered, that this unknown activity is caused by two different chemical elements. After she proved the first element, she named it after her homeland "Polonium". In the heading of her report, the word "radioactivity" was used for the first time. In the autumn of 1898, Marie Curie suffered from inflammation of her fingertips, which was a symptom for the so called "radiation illness". A sample of the second element was created 1898, which received the name "Radium" in December 1898. Marie Curie grew up in Poland, which was part of Russia at those times. As a woman who wasn't allowed to study there, she moved to Paris at the end of 1891 and began her studies at the Sorbonne, where she received a degree in physics and mathematics. In December 1897 she began to research radioactive substances, which have been focus of her scientific work ever since. She won a partial Nobel Prize in Physics in 1903 and the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1911. So far, Marie Curie is the only woman who won several Nobel Prizes. After Linus Pauling, she is the only person who won Nobel Prizes in two different areas. A- B Erde Jobble Erde Erde In 1906 Marie Curie took over and started teaching instead of Pierre, because he died unexpectedly. Two years later she was finally appointed professor for general physics, created for him. She was the first female professor at the Sorbonne. When Marie Curie applied for a seat in the science academy in 1911 and her relationship with Paul Langevin became known that same year, some articles were published in the tabloids in which she was attacked personally as a stranger, intellectual, Jewish and strange woman. During the First World War, Marie Curie worked as a radiologist and treated wounded soldiers. She developed an X-ray truck that could perform radiological examinations near the front. She took the required technician and nurse qualification exam. After war, she joined the International Commission for Better Cooperation of the League of Nations in order to offer scientists better working conditions. At the Radium Institute in Paris, which she heads, she campaigned for the promotion of female and foreign students. In 1934 Marie Curie died of "anemia", which was probably caused by radioactivity. During the First World War, Marie Curie worked as a radiologist and treated wounded soldiers. She developed an X-ray truck that could perform radiological examinations near the front. She took the required technician and nurse qualification exam. After war, she joined the International Commission for Better Cooperation of the League of Nations in order to offer scientists better working conditions. At the Radium Institute in Paris, which she heads, she campaigned for the promotion of female and foreign students. In 1934 Marie Curie died of "anemia", which was probably caused by radioactivity. She was a Polish physicist and chemist who lived in France. She examined the radiation from uranium compounds observed by Henri Becquerel in 1896 and coined the term "radioactivity" for it. With the help of her husbands own creation, the so called "piezoelectric electrometer", she was able to measure the electrical conductivity of air. In this way, they examined uranium compounds to find out, that the measured activity of the uranium-containing materials, are proportional to the amount of included Uranium. After Marie Curie found out, that Thorium has the same activity as Uranium, they discovered, that this unknown activity is caused by two different chemical elements. After she proved the first element, she named it after her homeland "Polonium". In the heading of her report, the word "radioactivity" was used for the first time. In the autumn of 1898, Marie Curie suffered from inflammation of her fingertips, which was a symptom for the so called "radiation illness". A sample of the second element was created 1898, which received the name "Radium" in December 1898. Marie Curie grew up in Poland, which was part of Russia at those times. As a woman who wasn't allowed to study there, she moved to Paris at the end of 1891 and began her studies at the Sorbonne, where she received a degree in physics and mathematics. In December 1897 she began to research radioactive substances, which have been focus of her scientific work ever since. She won a partial Nobel Prize in Physics in 1903 and the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1911. So far, Marie Curie is the only woman who won several Nobel Prizes. After Linus Pauling, she is the only person who won Nobel Prizes in two different areas. A- B Erde Jobble Erde Erde In 1906 Marie Curie took over and started teaching instead of Pierre, because he died unexpectedly. Two years later she was finally appointed professor for general physics, created for him. She was the first female professor at the Sorbonne. When Marie Curie applied for a seat in the science academy in 1911 and her relationship with Paul Langevin became known that same year, some articles were published in the tabloids in which she was attacked personally as a stranger, intellectual, Jewish and strange woman. Marie Curie The Structure • Marie Curies Biography Her Work Ethic Her Way to University • Her Scientific Career ● • The Collaboration with Pierre Curie The first and the second Nobel Prize Her Work Results Marie Curies Death ● Biography • Maria Salomea Sklodowski ● • Born on November 7th, 1867 in Warsaw, Poland ● • Died on July 4th, 1934 in Sancellemoz • 5th child of Bronislawa and Waldyslaw Sklodowski Married with Pierre Curie • Sorbonne University in Paris ● • Chemist and Physicist • Discovered Polonium and Radium Work Ethic Able to read at the age of four Graduated in 1883 • Acquired own knowledge in ,,flying university" • Worked as an educator (1885) ● • Studied in Sorbonne University, Paris Her way to university Loved school • Good achievements in school local universities not attended by women ►Study abroad After school she gave privat tutoring lessons • Visited the ,,flying university" • October 1885 Governess in a family of lawyers in Warsaw ➤To earn money for university ●