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Henry Eyring


Chemist whose research of reaction prices and intermediates broke surface in issues both eminently practical and highly theoretical. He gained the Country wide Medal of Research in 1966 and was the one-time leader from the American Chemical substance Society. He examined mining and anatomist at the School of Arizona, and chemistry at Berkeley. He authored a lot more than 600 technological content and ten books during his educational career, so that as a devout Mormon attempted to bridge the difference between religious beliefs and research. He was created on the Mormon colony in Colonia Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico, and transferred back again to the U.S. following the Mexican Trend drove the colonists out. George Romney, dad of Mitt, was also blessed in Mexico, where many Mormons transferred to after Congress outlawed polygamy.

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Full Name Henry Eyring
Date Of Birth February 20, 1901
Place Of Birth United States
Profession Scientist
Education University of Utah, Harvard Business School, Harvard University, Brigham Young University
Nationality American
Spouse Kathleen Johnson
Children Henry B. Eyring
Parents Henry Eyring, Mildred Bennion
Awards National Medal of Science for Physical Science, Wolf Prize in Chemistry, Priestley Medal, Elliott Cresson Medal
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