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John Ross (chemist)
John Ross (b. 1926) is Camille and Henry Dreyfus Professor of Chemistry, Emeritus, at Stanford University.
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Education and career
B.S., 1948, Queens College; Ph.D., 1951, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Honors and awards
National Academy of Science, 1976; Irving Langmuir Award in Chemical Physics, American Chemical Society, 1992; Dean's Award for Distinguished Teaching, Stanford University, 1992-93; National Medal of Science, 1999; Peter Debye Award in Physical Chemistry, American Chemical Society, 2001; Austrian Cross of Honor for Science and Art, First Class, 2002; ACS Theodore William Richards Medal, 2004
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