Henry Taube

Inorganic Chemistry

Won the Nobel prize in chemistry for studying electron transfer reactions

Birthdate
November 30, 1915

Birthplace
Neudorf, Saskatchewan

Date of Death
November 16, 2005

Family Members

    Title
    Physical Chemist; Professor of chemistry

    Office
    Stanford University

    Status
    Deceased

    Degrees
    • BS, University of Saskatchewan, 1935
    • MS, University of Saskatchewan, 1937 PhD, 1940, University of California, Berkeley

    Awards
    • Numerous awards, American Chemical Society (ACS)
    • Chandler Medal, Columbia University, 1964
    • John Gamble Kirkwood Award, ACS, 1966
    • ACS Award for Distinguished Service in the Advancement of Inorganic Chemistry, 1967
    • Nichols Medal, ACS, 1971
    • Willard Gibbs Medal, ACS, 1971
    • F. P. Dwyer Medal, U of New South Wales, Australia, 1973
    • National Medal of Science, 1977
    • National Academy of Sciences Award in Chemical Sciences, 1983
    • Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1983
    • Honorary Fellowship, Royal Society of Chemistry, 19

    Last Updated
    October 15, 2001

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