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Biography Nobel Prize Winner Kroto, Sir Harold W.. (Rice University, Houston, USA). Awarded the Nobel prize for chemistry in 1996 with Robert F. Curl and Richard E. Smalley
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Kroto, Sir Harold W. U.K. discovery of new carbon compounds called fullerenes Smalley, Richard E. U.S. discovery of new carbon compounds called fullerenes
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7. Harry Kroto - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Sir Harold (Harry) Walter Kroto, KCB, FRS (born 7 October 1939), born Harold Walter Krotoschiner, is a British chemist and one of the three recipients to share the 1996 Nobel Prize
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Cambridgeshire , England Nationality British Fields Chemistry Alma mater University of Sheffield Buckminsterfullerene Notable awards Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1996 Sir Harold (Harry) Walter Kroto KCB FRS (born 7 October 1939), born Harold Walter Krotoschiner , is a British chemist and one of the three recipients to share the 1996 Nobel Prize in Chemistry He is on faculty at Florida State University , which he joined in 2004; prior to that he spent a large part of his working career at the University of Sussex , where he holds an emeritus professorship.

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What is this profile? Sir Nobel Prize Chemistry ... People Named Kroto Quick Facts about Harry Kroto: Kroto is a Nobel Prize Winner in Chemistry Source: FACULTY SENATE Minutes of September 15, 2005 Harry Kroto is Professor of Chemistry at Sussex University and recipient of the Nobel Prize for his pioneering Source: The Big Question Kroto was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1990, and awarded a knighthood (becoming Sir Harold Kroto ) in 1996 following his receipt of the Nobel Source: Harold Kroto Harry Kroto is professor of chemistry at Florida State University Source: BBC - Horizon - Place your Bet Kroto is known worldwide for the discovery of C60, a form of carbon Source: Professional Profile for Harry Kroto Web Extracted Biography - Zoominfo Harry Kroto , Sun Microsystems , Inc. ... Pages related to Harry Kroto Harry Kroto . Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. The Florida State University TallahasseeFlorida 32306-4390USA. Email: Tel:1 850

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Kroto, Sir Harold W. I was the kid with the funny name in my form. That is one of the earliest memories I have of school (except for being forced to
Kroto, Sir Harold W. I was the kid with the funny name in my form. That is one of the earliest memories I have of school (except for being forced to finish school dinners). Other kids had typical Lancashire names such as Chadderton, Entwistle, Fairhurst, Higginbottom, Mottershead and Thistlethwaite though I must admit that there were the odd Smith, Jones and Brown. My name at that time was Krotoschiner (my father changed it to Kroto in 1955 so it is now occasionally thought, by some, to be Japanese). I felt as though I must have come from outer space - or maybe they did! I now realise that I had made a continual subconscious effort to blend as best I could into the environment by making my behaviour as identical as possible to that of the other kids. This was not easy indeed it was almost impossible with a couple of somewhat eccentric parents (in particular an extrovertly gregarious mother) who were born in Berlin and came to Britain as refugees in their late 30's. Bolton is a once prosperous but then (the fifties) decaying northern English town which is rightfully proud of its legendary contributions to the industrial revolution - the likes of Samuel Crompton and Richard Arkwright were Boltonians. Indeed we lived in Arkwright St. and I shall always remember walking to school each morning past the windows of cotton mills through which I could see the vast rows of massive looms and spinning frames operated by women who had been working from at least six o'clock in the morning, if not earlier.

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Kroto, Sir Harold W. 1996 Smalley, Richard E. 1996 Curl, Robert F., Jr. 1996 Walker, John E. 1997 Skou, Jens C. 1997 Boyer, Paul D. 1997 Kohn, Walter 1998

11. Kroto, Sir Harold W - Carbon, Spectroscopy, Design, Chemistry, Curl, And Discove
(1939–) British chemist codiscoverer of a novel group of carbon molecules, the fullerenes. Kroto, the child of pre-Second World War escapees from Germany, grew up in Bolton

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Dodaj do notesu Chemia, Europa, Wielka Brytania Kroto Sir Harold W. (1939-), chemik brytyjski. Profesor University of Sussex w Brighton (od 1985, pracuje tam od 1967). Uzyskał tytuł Royal Society Research Professor (1991). Prowadził prace w zakresie spektroskopii mikrofalowej ( spektroskopia ) - związków węgla i azotu zawierających podwójne i potrójne wiązania między tymi pierwiastkami. Przyczynił się do rozwoju chemii fosfoalkenów i fosfoalkinów. W atmosferze gwiazd olbrzymów bogatych w węgiel i w obłokach materii międzygwiazdowej odkrył obecność długołańcuchowych związków węgla i azotu.
Obecnie zajmuje się chemią fullerenów , których jest współodkrywcą, a także badaniami nad klasterami węgla i metali, mikrocząstkami węgla i nanorurkami oraz cząsteczkami występującymi w przestrzeni międzygwiezdnej i w mgławicach planetarnych.

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19. Harold Kroto - Wikipedia
Sir Harold W Kroto. F dd i Wisbech, Cambridgeshire 7 oktober 1939. Brittisk kemist. Tilldelades, tillsammans med Robert F Curl Jr. och Richard E Smalley, Nobelpriset i kemi 1996 f r

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Harry Kroto's personal webpages The Vega Trust webpages Nanoscience at Sussex Harold Kroto received a BSc (Chemistry, 1961) and a PhD (Molecular Spectroscopy, 1964) from the University of Sheffield. After Postdoctoral work at the National Research Council (Ottawa, Canada) and Bell Telephone Laboratories (Murray Hill, NJ USA) he started his academic career at the University of Sussex (Brighton) in 1967. He became a professor in 1985 and a Royal Society Research Professor in 1991. In 1996 he was knighted for his contributions to chemistry and later that year, together with Robert Curl and Richard Smalley (of Rice University, Houston, Texas), received the Nobel Prize for Chemistry for the discovery of C60 Buckminsterfullerene a new form of carbon.
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