Henry Eyring American theoretical chemist developed Absolute Rate Theory

Henry Eyring – developer of Transition state theory

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Published by : Data Research Analyst, Worldofchemicals.com

Biography & contributions

 

Henry Eyring was born on February 20, 1901

 

Eyring was a Mexican-born American theoretical chemist

 

Awards & Medals

 

1932, AAAS Newcomb Cleveland Prize

 

1949, Bingham Medal

 

1964, Peter Debye Award

 

1966, National Medal of Science

 

1967, Irving Langmuir Award

 

1969, Linus Pauling Award

 

1969, Elliott Cresson Medal

 

1975, T. W. Richards Medal

 

1975, Priestley Medal

 

1979, Berzelius Medal

 

1980, Wolf Prize

 

In 1966 He developed Absolute Rate Theory or Transition state theory of chemical reactions

 

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