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F. Sherwood (“Sherry”) Rowland died on 10 March at age 84. He was a distinguished scientist, first in physical chemistry and radiochemistry as a hot-...
Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) were a triumph of the chemical industry and a mere curiosity in atmospheric science when Sherwood (Sherry) Rowland, with...
What could be the human significance of a scientific paper entitled Stratospheric Sink for Chlorofluoromethanes: Chlorine Atom-Catalysed Destruction...
The work and life of F. Sherwood Rowland, a chemist at the University of California, Irvine, who died last weekend, should provide ample inspiration...
F. Sherwood Rowland, who won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for connecting the abundance of chlorofluorocarbons, or CFCs, in the atmosphere to an...
The recent death of F. Sherwood Rowland, who, working in 1974 with Mario Molina, discovered that the ozone layer was endangered by a lucrative class...
In 1995, shortly before F. Sherwood Rowland (1927-March 10, 2012) was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for collaborative work two decades earlier...
Sherwood Rowland, 84, known as 'Sherry', was one of three people awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work explaining how chlorofluorocarbons...
Rowland was among three scientists awarded the 1995 Nobel Prize for chemistry for explaining how the ozone layer formed and decomposed through...
Good thing Sherry Rowland was working 40 years ago instead of now. Otherwise, he might not have won the Nobel Prize, and we might all be a lot closer...