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  • ISBN: 1538345196
  • ISBN: 9781538345191
  • ISBN: 1538345188
  • ISBN: 9781538345184
  • ISBN: 1538343568
  • ISBN: 9781538343562
  • Physical Description: 24 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Publisher: New York : PowerKids Press, [2019]

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General Note: Includes index.
Partners in life and work -- Studying hard -- A long road to Paris -- Balancing family and work -- Doctors of science -- Coming to conclusions -- Getting recognized -- Putting their findings to work -- A lasting impression -- The life of Marie and Pierre Curie.
Summary, etc.: "Marie and Pierre Curie were essential figures in furthering the study of radioactivity. The pair discovered two new elements, which they named polonium and radium, leading to huge breakthroughs in the process of using X-rays. This book provides biographical information about the Curies' life before and during their studies. Full-color and historical photographs help readers learn the STEM concepts associated with radioactivity, and the ways in which it has been used throughout history."--
Subject: Curie, Marie 1867-1934 Juvenile literature
Curie, Pierre 1859-1906 Juvenile literature
Curie, Marie 1867-1934
Curie, Pierre 1859-1906
Women chemists Poland Biography Juvenile literature
Women chemists France Biography Juvenile literature
Physicists France Biography Juvenile literature
Scientists France Biography Juvenile literature
Radioactivity Juvenile literature
Radiology History Juvenile literature
Nobel Prize winners Biography Juvenile literature
Nobel Prize winners
Women chemists
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