Roald Hoffmann


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United States chemist (born in Poland) who used quantum mechanics to understand chemical reactions (born in 1937)

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Like Roald Hoffmann, he was a refugee from Nazi persecution and an accomplished chemist.
And, as Roald Hoffmann puts it, "There are no bad molecules" (Hoffmann, 1995, p.
I had the good fortune to find a partner, Roald Hoffmann (a Chemistry Nobel laureate to boot, whose article appears on p.
The syntheses of carbonia and carbon dioxide 5 are exciting examples of "alchemy under high pressure," comments Cornell University chemist Roald Hoffmann.
Cornell University's Roald Hoffmann, Nobel laureate in chemistry and accomplished poet and playwright, has entrusted Should Have Theatre, an Edmonton-based team, with bringing his new play to life on stages in Canada, the U.
Now, Peter Kroll and Roald Hoffmann of Cornell University have explored the feasibility of a new way to make beta-carbon nitride.
Roald Hoffmann (1981 Chemistry Nobel Laureate) of Cornell University visited Edmonton, AB, from March 19 to 22 as the 10th Distinguished Lecturer in the 75th CSC Conference Lecture Series.
Among those students was Roald Hoffmann, a young immigrant from Poland.
He has an interesting idea for extending the periodic table, but I'm slightly skeptical about it," comments Roald Hoffmann of Cornell University in Ithaca, N.
published [much less than] Oxygen [much greater than] written by scientists and authors Carl Djerassi and Roald Hoffmann.