The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2007

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2007

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1918 Fritz Haber awarded Nobel Prize in Chemistry for the Haber-Bosch process.

1932 Irving Langmuir awarded the first Nobel Prize for general surface chemistry.

1956 Cyril Hinshelwood awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, among other things for the Langmuir-Hinshelwood mechanism for surface reactions.

1992 Ilya Prigogine awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for having described dynamic dissipative structures, chaotic reactions and non-reversible thermodynamics.

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