Frédéric (Joliot) Joliot-Curie
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Jean Frédéric (Joliot) Joliot-Curie (1900 - 1958)

Jean Frédéric (Frédéric) Joliot-Curie formerly Joliot
Born in Paris XVI, Paris, Seine, Francemap
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married 9 Oct 1926 in Paris IV, Paris, Seine, Francemap
Father of [private daughter (1920s - unknown)] and [private son (1930s - unknown)]
Died in Paris XII, Paris, Seine, Francemap
Profile last modified | Created 21 Jul 2014
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Frédéric (Joliot) Joliot-Curie is Notable.

Jean Frédéric was born March 19, 1900, 9 rue des Marronniers, Paris (16th). He was son of Henri Joliot, 50, and Marie Emilie Roederer, 42[1].

Jean Frédéric Joliot married Irène Curie, daughter of Nobel Prize winning scientists Pierre and Marie Curie on 9 October 1926 in Paris (4th arrondissement)[2].

In 1935, Frédéric and Irène jointly won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry for their discovery of artificial radiation.


Professeur au Collège de France (1937-1958), chimie nucléaire.


  1. Acte de naissance: Acte #345, Naissances 1900 Paris XVIème, Archives de Paris en ligne cote V4E 10061 vue 5
  2. Acte de mariage: Acte #1077, Mariages 1926 Paris IVème, Archives de Paris en ligne cote 4M 281 vue 17. Mar 2018

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