|Nomination for Nobel Prize in Physics|
|Number:||13 - 2|
|Name:||Jean B Perrin|
|Awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics 1926|
|Awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1926|
|Profession:||previous winner of a Nobel prize in physics, 1911|
|Comments:||First choice: A. Einstein and H.A. Lorentz, divided (see entry 13-1, 1913). Second choice: J. Perrin and T. Svedberg, divided. Einstein received the 1921 prize in physics in 1922.|
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