Richard E Smalley Biography

Chemist, Scientist(1943–2005)
Richard E. Smalley was an American chemist best known for discovering a new form of carbon, for which he won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

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Richard E. Smalley was an American chemist, born in Akron, Ohio, USA. He studied at Princeton University, then moved to Rice University, Houston, in 1976. He shared the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1996 for his contribution to the discovery of fullerenes (1985).

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Chemist, born in Akron, Ohio, USA. He studied at Princeton University, then moved to Rice University, Houston, in 1976. He shared the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1996 for his contribution to the discovery of fullerenes (1985).

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