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 (hûrts′bûrg′), Gerhard 1904-1999.
German-born Canadian physicist. He won a 1971 Nobel Prize in chemistry for his spectroscopic study of the electronic structure and geometry of molecules.


(ˈhɜrts bɜrg)
Gerhard, 1904–99, Canadian physicist, born in Germany: Nobel prize for chemistry 1971.
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Noun1.Herzberg - Canadian physicist (born in Germany) noted for contributions to understanding the structure of molecules (born in 1904)Herzberg - Canadian physicist (born in Germany) noted for contributions to understanding the structure of molecules (born in 1904)
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