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Egyptian chemist Zewail, Noble prize-winner, dies at 70
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PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — Ahmed Zewail, a science adviser to President Obama who won the 1999 Nobel Prize for his work on the study of chemical reactions over immensely short time scales, died Tuesday. He was 70. Zewail's death was announced by the …

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