American Paul J. Flory won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1974 for his work with polymers, the building blocks of plastic and rubber. He worked at DuPont chemistry working on calculating the growth of polymer products, a discovery that was used intensely during World War II for the U.S. Synthetic Rubber Program. Flory published papers on his work and was bestowed numerous scientific awards.
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