World leader in field of catalytic organic chemistry
One of Canada's most prominent theoretical chemists, specializing in molecular structure and reactivity.
Developer of Mössbauer spectroscopy
Leading researcher in the application of Density Functional Theory to molecules, changing a fundamental way in which molecules are described.
Studies in photochemistry and the photodegradation of pollutants
Developed Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Spectroscopy
The dean of electrochemistry in Canada
Pioneered the synthesis of organic molecules
Developed VSEPR (Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion) Theory
Applied microchip technology to chemical analysis
Won the 1971 Nobel Prize in chemistry for using spectroscopy to discover the internal geometry and energy states in simple molecules, and in particular the structure and characteristics of free...
World leader in the chemistry of organic free radicals and first to recognize Vitamin E as a powerful agent that targets free radicals and neutralizes their harmful effects.
Spectroscopist who combines physics and chemistry to help understand the dynamic characteristics of molecules
Pioneered the measurements of gas-phase ion-molecule equilibria using mass spectrometry
Developed methods of simulating atoms in molecular systems to help understand the structural and dynamic behavior of complex materials
A pioneer in the field of chemical kinetics and activated-complex theory
World expert in asbestos chemistry and methods to make asbestos safer
First to synthesize sucrose and many blood chemistry compounds
One of the world's leading food scientists studying the structure of fats and oils
Contributed to the theory of electron transfer reactions in chemical systems
Synthesized (RNA) ribonucleic acid, and invented the drug ganciclovir
Won the 1986 Nobel Prize in chemistry for using chemi-luminescence of molecules to explain energy relationships in chemical reactions
World renowned photochemist who discovered the reaction causing paper to turn yellow over time and developed ways to make paper more stable
Won the Nobel Prize in chemistry in 1993 for discovering site-directed mutagenesis: that is, how to make a genetic mutation precisely at any spot in a dna molecule.
Pioneered research into chemical reactions and helped found university research programs in Canada
Won the Nobel prize in chemistry for studying electron transfer reactions
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