Gerhard Ertl of Germany wins 2007 Nobel Prize in chemistry

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October 10, 2007 11:53




Gerhard Ertl of Germany won the 2007 Nobel Prize in chemistry on Wednesday for his studies of chemical process on solid surfaces. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said his research helps to understand how catalysts in automobiles work, how fuel cells function and even why iron rusts.


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