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explained the effect of light on a photographic emulsion
Nevill Mott was a Nobel Prize-winning physicist known for explaining the effect of light on a photographic emulsion. He was an Anglican. Source: E. A. Davis (editor), Nevill Mott: Reminiscences and Appreciations, London: Taylor & Francis Ltd. (1998), page 329. (This reference was provided by Tihomir Dimitrov.)
For further reference, read about Nevill Mott's belief in God in Chapter 13 of Tihomir Dimitrov's book 50 Nobel Laureates and Other Great Scientists Who Believe in God (2007), (http://nobelists.net/; viewed 19 April 2007).
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