Gerhard Herzberg


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Noun1.Gerhard Herzberg - Canadian physicist (born in Germany) noted for contributions to understanding the structure of molecules (born in 1904)Gerhard Herzberg - Canadian physicist (born in Germany) noted for contributions to understanding the structure of molecules (born in 1904)
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Gerhard Herzberg, HFCIC, won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1971, nearly 40 years after fleeing Nazi Germany with his Jewish wife and research partner Luise Oettinger.
Alper has received numerous awards and prizes, including the first Gerhard Herzberg Canada Gold Medal for Science and Engineering, the most prestigious award of its kind in Canada.
Editors Martin Quack and Frederic Merkt (both affiliated with the Laboratorium fur Physikalische Chemie, Zurich, Switzerland) refer in their preface to the work of Gerhard Herzberg, whose series of books on atomic and molecular spectroscopy organized the field over a period of three decades beginning in 1936.
Black includes scientists such as Gerhard Herzberg, whose work in free radicals opened up new disciplines, and Reginald Aubrey Fessenden, who transmitted the first public radio broadcast on Christmas Day 1906.
Smol's award of the Gerhard Herzberg Canada Gold Medal for Science and Engineering, we invited him to profile his research in InfoNorth.
GERHARD HERZBERG, director of the pure physics laboratory at the National Research Council of Canada, sits at his cluttered desk.
He points to towering figures such as Gerhard Herzberg, John Polanyi and Michael Smith, who earned Nobel prizes for their diverse contributions in areas such as the structure of free radicals, chemical kinetics and the foundation of site-directed mutagenesis.
A finalist for the Gerhard Herzberg Canada Gold Medal for Science and Engineering in 2003, Dr.
Our nation has also nurtured several Nobel Prize in Chemistry laureates, including Gerhard Herzberg, Henry Taube, John Polanyi, OC, HFCIC, Rudolph Marcus and Michael Smith.
John Smol of Queen's University, is one of three finalists for the 2003 Gerhard Herzberg Canada Gold Medal for Science and Engineering.