Your Chemistry Hero

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  • Published Date: 03 August 2020
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Miklos Simonyi wrote:

Your Chemistry Hero

I name George Olah: As a successful young scientist, he was forced to leave his home country in 1956; he had to start from scratch in the US and yet became an authority in hydrocarbon chemistry. I think his qualities and flexibility scientific research and practical applications are a brilliant example for future generations, as I have outlined in this article: The Legacy of George Olah

Tue Aug 18 16:52:59 UTC 2020

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