AUTHORPasachoff, Naomi
TITLEMarie Curie and the Science of Radioactivity
PUBLISHEROxford University Press
CITYOxford, England
DATE PUBLISHED1996
ISBN0-19-512011-6


In this biography of Marie Curie, Pasachoff focuses on the woman behind the scientific work, highlighting the events and conditions of Curie's life rather than her scientific accomplishments. Curie’s relationships and decisions are described in a human and lyrical fashion. The author depicts Curie’s loves, from her marriage to Pierre to her affair with Paul Langevin. Her triumph with her second Nobel Prize flows into her final bout with the radiation sicknesses that stemmed from her pioneering work. The book is an interesting profile of Marie Curie’s personal life.


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