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WALTER KOHN
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Definitions

  1. Walter Kohn is a condensed matter theorist who has made seminal contributions to the understanding of the electronic structure of materials.
  2. Walter Kohn is a well known and much loved figure in many European campuses.
  3. Walter Kohn is awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry on October 13, 1998 for his development of the density-functional theory.

Development

  1. The scientific work of Walter Kohn and John Pople has been crucial for the development of this new field of research.

Prominent Figures

  1. Walter Kohn and John Pople are the two most prominent figures in this process.

Chemistry

  1. It is a book of personal stories about Walter Kohn, a theoretical physicist and winner of half of the 1998 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

Walter Kohn

  1. Walter Kohn of the University of California at Santa Barbara won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1998 for his development of density functional theory. (Web site)
  2. Walter Kohn is awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry on October 13, 1998 for his development of the density-functional theory.
  3. The papers of Walter Kohn, winner of the 1998 Nobel Prize in chemistry, will be preserved at UC Santa Barbara for use by students and scholars nationwide.

Categories

  1. Uc Santa Barbara
  2. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Society > Awards > Nobel Prize
  3. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Nature > Chemistry
  4. Prominent Figures
  5. Books about "Walter Kohn" in Amazon.com

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