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Olah, George A. (George Andrew), 1927-2017

LC control no.n 84800249
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Personal name headingOlah, George A. (George Andrew), 1927-2017
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Variant(s)Olah, George Andrew, 1927-2017
Olah, G. A. (George Andrew), 1927-2017
Oláh, György, 1927-2017
Associated countryUnited States
Birth date1927-05-22
Death date2017-03-08
Place of birthBudapest (Hungary)
Place of deathBeverly Hills (Calif.)
Field of activityChemistry Hydrocarbons Carbocations Superacids Methanol as fuel
AffiliationUniversity of Southern California
Case Western Reserve University
Western Reserve University
Dow Chemical Company
Profession or occupationNobel Prize winners
Chemists College teachers
Found inLCCN 61-4500: His Einführung in die theoretische organische Chemie, 1960 (hdg.: Olah, George Andrew, 1927- )
LC data base, 3-8-84 (hdg.: Olah, George Andrew, 1927- ; usage: George A. Olah)
Synthetic fluorine chemistry, c1992: CIP t.p. (G.A. Olah) t.p. verso (George A. Olah; Loker Hydrocarbon Research Institute and Dept. of Chemistry, Univ. of Southern Calif., Los Angeles, CA) data sheet (b. 5-22-27)
Életem és a mágikus kémia, c2002: t.p. (Oláh György)
New York times WWW site, viewed Mar. 13, 2017 (in obituary published Mar. 12: George A. Olah; George Andrew Olah; b. May 22, 1927, Budapest; fled Hungary after the 1956 uprising, making brief stops in Vienna and London before moving to Montreal; d. Wednesday [Mar. 8, 2017], Beverly Hills, Calif., aged 89; Hungarian-born scientist who won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1994 for his study of the chemical reactions of carbon compounds; his work began at a Dow Chemical Company research laboratory in Sarnia, Ont., where he settled in 1957; he left Dow in 1965 to return to academia as a chemistry professor at Western Reserve University in Cleveland (which became Case Western Reserve in 1967); moved to the University of Southern California in 1977 and founded the Hydrocarbon Research Institute there; professor of chemistry, chemical engineering, and materials science)
Associated languageeng ger hun
Invalid LCCNn 79018830