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Rudolph Marcus

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A Canadian chemist who’s most widely known for his function involving electron transfer reactions. He beams an associate of the Country wide Academy of Sciences in 1970. He gained a Ph.D and B.S. from McGill University or college. He received the Nobel Reward in Chemistry in 1992. He previously three children along with his wife Laura Hearne; both had been wedded from 1949 to 2003. He and Ahmed Zewail are both Nobel Laureates in Chemistry.

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Full Name Rudolph A. Marcus
Date Of Birth July 21, 1923
Place Of Birth Canada
Profession Scientist
Education McGill University
Nationality Canadian, American
Awards Nobel Prize in Chemistry, Wolf Prize in Chemistry, National Medal of Science for Chemistry
Star Sign Cancer

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