Kroto

NOUN
  1. British chemist who with Robert Curl and Richard Smalley discovered fullerenes and opened a new branch of chemistry (born in 1939)
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How To Use Kroto In A Sentence

  • Professor Sir Harry Kroto, Nobel Laureate and honorary fellow of the university, will lead the congratulations in a keynote speech.
  • However, after Rice University professors Robert Curl and Richard Smalley won the Nobel Prize (with Harold Kroto of the University of Sussex) for the discovery of buckminsterfullerene, Rice started a major research effort in nanoscale science and technology. MIND MELD: Interesting Areas of Scientific Research
  • Company edicts protected Khoisan from enslavement from the earliest days of VOC settlement, but Jan van Riebeeck employed local servants, including Krotoa, whose incorporation into colonial society as Eva was never complete. 22 Her liminal status was a harbinger of things to come for Khoisan, whose own family connections or sense of belonging were often no match for the colonists 'insatiable demand for labor and the dominant society's concomitant ability to construe subordinate identities as subordinated labor. Belongings: Property, Family, and Identity in Colonial South Africa
  • Professor Sir Harry Kroto, Nobel Laureate and honorary fellow of the university, will lead the congratulations in a keynote speech.
  • Through his acquaintanceship with Robert Curl, Kroto learned that it should be possible to use Smalley's instrument to study the vaporisation and cluster formation of carbon, which might afford him evidence that the long-carbon-chain compounds could have been formed in the hot parts of stellar atmospheres. Press Release: The 1996 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
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