The 1985 Nobel Chemistry Prize to Jerome Karle and Herbert A. Hauptman and the Physics Prize to Klaus von Klitzing Contrast Delayed Versus "Instant" Recognition

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In last year’s examination of the 1984 Nobel laureates in physics and chemistw, 1 I noted that Carlo Rubbia, Harvard University and the European Center for Nuclear Research (CERN), Geneva, Switzerland, and Simon van der Meer, also of CERN, received the physics prize barely two years after they identified the W and Z subatomic particles. This is one of the… (More)

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@inproceedings{Garfield1986The1N, title={The 1985 Nobel Chemistry Prize to Jerome Karle and Herbert A. Hauptman and the Physics Prize to Klaus von Klitzing Contrast Delayed Versus "Instant" Recognition}, author={Eugene Garfield and Herbert A. Hauptman}, year={1986} }