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Samuel Danishefsky

Samuel Danishefsky
Nascimento 10 de março de 1936 (86 anos)
Bayonne, Nova Jérsei
Nacionalidade Estadunidense
Cidadania Estados Unidos
Alma mater
Ocupação químico, professor(a) universitário(a)
Prêmios Prêmio Wolf de Química (1995), Prêmio Tetrahedron (1996), Medalha William H. Nichols (1999), Prêmio Remsen (2004), Prêmio Roger Adams (2007)
Empregador Universidade Yale, Universidade Columbia, Universidade de Pittsburgh
Campo(s) Química

Samuel Joseph Danishefsky (Bayonne, Nova Jérsei, 10 de março de 1936) é um químico estadunidense.[1]



Ligações externas

Precedido por
Richard Lerner e Peter G. Schultz
Prêmio Wolf de Química
com Gilbert Stork
Sucedido por
Gerhard Ertl e Gábor Somorjai

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