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November 21st, 2006

Pitt Professor John T. Yates Jr. Receives Prestigious ACS Award

Abstract:
John T. Yates Jr., the University of Pittsburgh R.K. Mellon Professor of Chemistry and Physics and founding director of Pitt's University Surface Science Center, has been awarded the 2007 Peter Debye Award in Physical Chemistry, to be presented at the Spring 2007 American Chemical Society (ACS) meeting. This is Yates' fifth ACS award.

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