JEWISH RECIPIENTS OF THE JOEL HENRY HILDEBRAND AWARD
 IN THE THEORETICAL & EXPERIMENTAL CHEMISTRY OF LIQUIDS

(41% of recipients)

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Listed below are recipients of the American Chemical Society's Joel Henry Hildebrand Award who were, or are, Jewish.  The award recognizes "distinguished contributions to the understanding of the chemistry and physics of liquids."1
  • Berni Alder (1985)
  • Stuart Rice (1987)
  • David Chandler (1989)
  • Howard Reiss (1991)
  • Benjamin Widom (1992)
  • Jerome Percus (1993)
  • Michael Fisher (1995)
  • Harold Friedman (1997)
  • Irwin Oppenheim (1998)
  • Harry Frisch (2000)
  • William Gelbart (2001)
  • Bruce Berne (2002)
  • Lesser Blum (2003)
  • Kenneth Eisenthal (2006)
  • Pablo Debenedetti (2008)
  • Peter Rossky (2010)
  • Jack Freed (2014)
NOTES
1. https://www.acs.org/funding/awards/joel-henry-hildebrand-award-in-the-theoretical-and-experimental-chemistry-of-liquids.html.


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