[sod-ee] /ˈsɒd i/
Frederick, 1877–1956, English chemist: Nobel prize 1921.
Frederick. 1877–1956, English chemist, whose work on radioactive disintegration led to the discovery of isotopes: Nobel prize for chemistry 1921
British chemist who was a pioneer in the study of radioactivity. With Ernest Rutherford, he explained the atomic disintegration of radioactive elements. Soddy also coined the word isotope to describe elements that were chemically identical but had different atomic weights. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for chemistry in 1921.
- Franz Ferdinand
[fur-dn-and; German fer-di-nahnt] /ˈfɜr dnˌænd; German ˈfɛr dɪˌnɑnt/ noun 1. . /German frants ˈfɛrdinant/ noun 1. English name Francis Ferdinand. 1863–1914, archduke of Austria; heir apparent of Franz Josef I. His assassination contributed to the outbreak of World War I
- Frederick William II
noun 1. 1744–97, king of Prussia 1786–97. noun 1. 1744–97, king of Prussia (1786–97)
- Frederick William I
noun 1. 1688–1740, king of Prussia 1713–40. noun 1. 1688–1740, king of Prussia (1713–40); son of Frederick I: reformed the Prussian army
- Frederick William III
noun 1. 1770–1840, king of Prussia 1797–1840. noun 1. 1770–1840, king of Prussia (1797–1840)