John Keene (physicist)
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John Keene Physicist

John Philip Keene
Born (1921-10-16) 16 October 1921 (age 99)[1]
Died
Malaysia
NationalityBritish
EducationKing Edward's School[disambiguation needed]
Alma materUniversity of Birmingham
OccupationPhysicist
Children3
RelativesMartyn Poliakoff (son-in-law)

John Philip Keene (16 October 1921 - 18 October 1991) was a British physicist known for his work in radiolysis. While working at Paterson Labs in Manchester, he created a pulse radiolysis apparatus that led to the discovery of the hydrated electron.[1]

References

  1. ^ a b A.J. Swallow (1992) John Philip Keene, 1921-1991, International Journal of Radiation Biology, 61:5, 713-714, DOI: 10.1080/09553009214551531



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