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David W. Turner
David Warren Turner was a physical chemist at Oxford University known for the development in 1962 of ultra-violet photoelectron spectroscopy (UPS), a technique for the measurement of molecular orbital energies in gas-phase molecules.
Categories: British chemists | Physical chemists
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