J. M. Thomas Delivers Third Gerhard Ertl Lecture

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  • Published Date: 14 December 2010
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Sir John Meurig Thomas, University of Cambridge, UK, has delivered the third annual Gerhard Ertl Lecture in Berlin, Germany, with a lecture entitled "Unifying Thoughts on Single-Site Catalysts".


Sir John is known for his work on heterogeneous catalysis with silica-based materials and the use of electron microscopy and related techniques in chemistry. He is also known for his work in promoting chemistry to the public at the Royal Institution of Great Britain. He is still an avid contributor to Angewandte Chemie and ChemPubSoc Europe journals at over 75 years of age.


The Gerhard Ertl Lecture was created by the Free, Technical and Humboldt Universities of Berlin and the Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society, with sponsorship from BASF. The lecture honors Gerhard Ertl, winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 2007, and director of the Fritz Haber institute from 1986 until his retirement in 2004.

Left: J. M. Thomas delivers his lecture. Right: With Gerhard Ertl (right).

Photos: (c) Mario Müller/Wiley-VCH


Recent work by Sir John Meurig Thomas:

► Review on single-site heterogeneous catalysis

► Review on electron-loss spectroscopy

► Review on high-resolution electron microscopy

► Report on the production of nitrogen-containing pharmaceutical chemicals with a single-site heterogeneous catalyst

►Watch the lecture given by Gerhard Ertl at the Frontiers of Chemistry Symposium, Paris, May 2010 >>>

►Read the Nobel Lecture by Gerhard Ertl in Angewandte Chemie >>>

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