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George Watt was an American chemist.

Watt was a professor of chemistry at the University of Texas, Austin. He worked on the Manhattan Project as a group leader and associate section chief on the plutonium project.

George Watt's Timeline
1911 Jan 8th Born in Bellaire, OH.
1931 Received BA in chemistry from Ohio State University.
1935 Received PhD in chemistry from Ohio State University.
19431945 Worked on the Manhattan Project.
19371978 Served on the faculty at the University of Texas, Austin.
1980 Mar 29th Passed away.

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