Welcome and Award History - Karl B. hansen, Chair, Esselen Award Committee
Presentation of the Award - Gustavus J. Esselen, IV
Introduction of the Award Recipient - James G. Anderson, 1993 Esselne Award Winner, Harvard University
Reflections on Theodore William Richards
Introduction of the 41st Richards Medalist
2017 Esselen Award Recipient
Neil M. Donahue,Thomas Lord Professor of Chemistry,
Chemical Engineering and Engineering and Public Policy,
Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
Address:“Atmospheric Ozonolysis: From Collisional
Energy Transfer to Particle Physics and Everything in Between”
photo courtesy of Professor Donahue
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