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Paul Crutzen über Ozonloch, Stickoxide und den Nobelpreis

Ein Interview mit dem Nobelpreisträger Prof. Paul Crutzen führten Gregor Lax und Carsten Reinhardt von der Universität Bielefeld zum Anlass des 100jährigen Bestehens des MPI für Chemie in Mainz. Paul Crutzen liefert einen hochinteressanten Abriss seiner wissenschaftlichen Laufbahn und der Entwicklung seines Fachgebiets, der Meteorologie.

Authors:   Paul Crutzen, Gregor Lax, Carsten Reinhardt
Journal:   Angewandte Chemie
Year:   2012
Pages:   n/a
DOI:   10.1002/ange.201208700
Publication date:   03-Dec-2012
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