The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2002

 

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2002
 
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Editors:
Karin Markides, member of The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Bengt Nordén, chairman of the Nobel Committee for Chemistry and Astrid Gräslund, secr. of the Nobel Committee for Chemistry and Eva Krutmeijer and Katarina Werner, Information Department, The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.

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Layout and illustrations: Typoform
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