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Rudolph Marcus

Marcus, Rudolph, 1923–, American chemist, b. Montreal, Canada. A professor at the California Institute of Technology, he was awarded the 1992 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for developing a theory of electron transfer reactions in chemical systems.

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