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         Pople John A:     more books (21)
  1. AB INITIO Molecular Orbital Theory by Warren J. Hehre, Leo Radom, et all 1986-03-10
  2. Approximate Molecular Orbital Theory (Advanced Chemistry) by John A. Pople, 1970-06
  3. The Law of Scotland Affecting Trustees by Alexander John Pople Menzies, 2010-01-03
  4. Theoretical Chemists: Linus Pauling, Robert S. Mulliken, Roald Hoffmann, John Pople, Erich Hückel, Robert Parr, Ilya Prigogine, Kendall Houk
  5. John's Creation; A Model for Understanding the Gospel of John by John Pople, 2005-11-18
  6. To Speak Well of God: An Exposition of the Book of Job by John Pople, 2009-01-01
  7. People From Burnham-On-Sea: John Pople, Charles Brooke, Rajah of Sarawak, William Wiggins, Patrick Quentin, Cyril Baily, Eugene Byrne
  8. Old Bristolians: John Pople, Charles Kingsley, Fred Wedlock, Timothy West, Bristol Grammar School, David Prowse, Cyril Rootham, Mark Watson
  9. Northwestern University Faculty: Jürgen Habermas, John Pople, Hannah Arendt, Ian Roderick Macneil, Giorgio Agamben, Erich Heller
  10. Carnegie Mellon University Faculty: Herbert Simon, Franco Modigliani, John Pople, Robert Lucas, Jr., Robert Parr, Dana Scott, Daniel Sleator
  11. John Pople
  12. British Chemists: John Dalton, Humphry Davy, Ernest Rutherford, Michael Polanyi, John Pople, Rosalind Franklin, Martin Fleischmann, David King
  13. British Expatriates in the United States: Charlie Chaplin, Neil Gaiman, Stephen Wolfram, Ringo Starr, John Pople, Pete Best, Seal
  14. Wolf Prize in Chemistry Laureates: Ryoji Noyori, John Pople, Richard R. Ernst, Ahmed Zewail, Carl Djerassi, Ada Yonath, Elias James Corey

81. 20th Century Year By Year 1997
nobel Prizes. Chemistry The prize was awarded jointly to KOHN, WALTER, USA, Universityof California at Santa Barbara, CA, USA, b. 1923; and pople, john A., USA
Major Event/ Sports Nobel Prizes Pulitzer Prizes ... Popular Book s / Popular Television Shows Popular Music/ Grammy Awards/ Tony Awards
Major Events of 1998
NBA: Chicago Bulls vs. Utah Jazz Series: 4-2
Heisman Trophy: Ricky Williams univ.of texas, TB
Stanley Cup: Detroit Red Wings vs. Washington capitals Series: 4-0
Superbowl XXXII: Denver Broncos vs. Green Bay Packers Score: 31-24
US Open Golf: Lee Jenzen Score: 280 Course: Olympic Club Location: San Francisco, CA
World Cup Soccer: France vs. Brazil Score: 3-0
World Series: New York Yankees vs. San Diego Padres Series: 4-0
Academy Awards
Best Picture: "Shakespeare in Love"
Best Director: Steven Spielberg.... "Saving Private Ryan"
Best Actor: Roberto Benigni .... "Life is Beautiful"
Best Actress: Gwenyth Paltrow.... "Shakespeare in Love"
Grammy Awards
Record of the Year: "My Heart Will Go On"..... Celine Dion
Best Song: "My Heart Will Go On.... by James Horner and Will Jennings

82. Nobel Chemistry Prize
The nobel Prize for chemistry is one of the original Prizes and dates from 1901.Year, Winner(s), Country. 1998, john pople Walter Kohn, USA (British born) USA.
Nobel Peace Prize for Chemistry The Nobel Prize for chemistry is one of the original Prizes and dates from 1901. Year Winner(s) Country J. H. van't Hoff Netherlands E. Fischer Germany S. Arrhenius Sweden Sir William Ramsay Great Britain A. von Bayer Germany H. Molssan France E.Buchner Germany Ernest Rutherford Great Britain W. Ostwald Germany O. Wallach Germany Marie Curie France V. Grignard
P. Sabatier France
France A. Werner Switzerland T. W. Richards USA R. Willstaetter Germany No Award Made No Award Made F. Haber Germany No Award Made W. Nernst Germany Frederick Soddy Great Britain Francis W. Aston Great Britain F. Pregl Austria No Award Made R, Zsigmondy Germany T. Svedberg Sweden H. Wieland Germany A. Windans Germany Hans von Euler-Chelpin
Arthur Harden Sweden (German born)
Great Britain H. Fischer

83. Prix Nobel De Chimie - Wikipedia
1998 Walter Kohn, john A. pople; 1999 Ahmed H Ryoji Noyori, K. Barry Sharpless; 2002john B. Fenn Source http// (En
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84. Prix Nobel De Chimie 1901- 1998
Translate this page Histoire de la chimie, Les prix nobel de Chimie 1901-2000. Développement de lathéorie des fonctions de densité. john A. pople (Etats-Unis, 1925).
Histoire de la chimie
Les prix Nobel de Chimie 1901-2000
Racourcis : Alan J. Heeger (Etats-Unis, 22 janv. 1936) Alan G. MacDiarmid (Nouvelle-Zélande, 1929), et Hideki Shirakawa (Japon, 1926) ont été récompensés pour la découverte et le développement des polymères conducteurs, inaugurée en 1977 par la synthèse du polyacétylène conducteur. Ahmed H. Zewail . Utilisation des techniques laser ultrarapides (spectroscopie ultrarapide), pour observer le mouvement des atomes d'une molécule (états de transition) au cours d'une réaction chimique (femtochimie). Walter Kohn . Développement de la théorie des fonctions de densité. John A. Pople (Etats-Unis, 1925). développement des outils informatiques en chimie quantique. Paul D. Boyer (Etats-Unis, 1918) et John E. Walker (Royaume Unis, 1941). Elucidation du mécanisme de synthèse de l'ATP. Jens C. Skou

85. Revue L'ATTRACTEUR, Hiver 1999 - Prix Nobel 1998 -
Translate this page Les prix nobel de physique et de chimie décernés à l'automne 1998 le prix de chimie,décerné à Walter Kohn (un physicien) et john pople (un mathématicien
L'Attracteur No.
Hiver 1999 LA REVUE DE PHYSIQUE ISSN 1207-0203
Prix Nobel 1998 :
Pour plus de renseignement, consulter la page Web des prix Nobel : j
Mise en page par Gilbert Vachon

86. | Contenidos Y Consultas Educativas
Translate this page Ilustres. Premios nobel de 1998. Sen, Amartya. funcional. Universidadde California. Santa Barbara, CA, Estados Unidos. pople, john A.

87. GK- National Network Of Education
Skou, Jens C. 1997. Boyer, Paul D. 1997. Kohn, Walter, 1998. pople, JohnA. 1998. Zewail, Ahmed H, 1999. Heeger, Alan J. 2000. Shirakawa, Hideki,2000.
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88. John Pople - Wikipedia
john pople. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. john Anthony pople(born October 31, 1925) is a theoretical chemist. Born in
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John Pople
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. John Anthony Pople (born October 31 ) is a theoretical chemist . Born in England , he came to the United States of America in the 1950s, where he has resided since then, though retaining British citizenship. He received his B. A. (in 19) and doctorate (in degrees in mathematics , from Cambridge University in the United Kingdom . His thesis was, however, on a topic that would generally be considered chemistry : the bonding structures of water . Pople to this day considers himself more of a mathematician than a chemist, but theoretical chemists consider him one of the most important of their number. His first major contribution was a theory of approximate molecular orbital (MO) calculations on pi electron systems in , identical to the one developed by Rudolph Pariser and Robert G. Parr

89. News, Publications, Ausländerbehörde, Award, Scholar, Scientist, Fellowships,
This year's nobel Prize for Chemistry was awarded to the Humboldtian ProfessorJohn Anthony pople, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, USA, and
Again Humboldtian Among Nobel Prize Winners
This year's Nobel Prize for Chemistry was awarded to the Humboldtian Professor John Anthony Pople , Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, USA, and Professor Walter Kohn , University of California at Santa Barbara, USA, together. As stated by the Nobel Prize Committee, they had done pioneering work in the development of methods, by which the properties of molecules and chemical reactions can be analysed on a theoretical basis. Thus, it has become possible to analyse chemical reactions in the ozone layer, the composition of substances in outer space and the interaction of proteins with other molecules. John Anthony Pople is a British citizen. He was born on October 31, 1925 in Burnham-on-Sea in Somerset. In 1964 he obtained his doctorate in Cambridge. After some research work at Carnegie-Mellon University in Pittsburgh, USA, he went to the Northwestern University of Evanston, Illinois, USA, in 1986, where he still works today. In 1992 he had already been awarded the Wolf Foundation Prize in Chemistry. The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation is a non-profit making foundation under private law established by the Federal Republic of Germany. Re-established in 1953, it is the successor foundation of the Humboldt Foundation established in 1860 and re-established in 1925 for the first time. It grants some 500 research fellowships annually to young highly qualified foreign scholars holding doctorates and up to 150 research awards to internationally recognized scholars. Up to 150 Feodor Lynen Fellowships are granted to German junior scholars holding doctorates and aged up to 38 enabling them to carry out research projects at institutes of former Humboldt Guest Researchers abroad. Since 1953 more than 18,000 foreign scholars of all disciplines from 125 countries have been sponsored. Since 1979 more than 1,700 German scholars holding doctorates have visited Humboldtians in 53 countries of the world, many of them for several years.

90. Nobel Prize Winners In Chemistry Since1901
Dorothy C. Hodgkin. nobel Prize Winners in Chemistry 19011999. john A. POPLEfor his development of computational methods in quantum chemistry.
Excluded Subjects for Fall 2000
ROBERT S. MULLIKEN Sidney Altman Ernest Rutherford Sherwood Roland Willard Frank Libby George Wittig Frederick Sanger VINCENT DU VIGNEAUD Kary Mullis William Ramsay Alexander Todd Irving Langmuir Hermann Staudinger Vlademir Prelog Jerome Karle Adolf Butenandts Theodore William Richards Melvin Calvin Gertrude B. Elion Marie Curie Dorothy C. Hodgkin
Nobel Prize Winners in Chemistry 1901-1999
1999 - The prize was awarded for studies of the transition states of chemical reactions using femtosecond spectrscopy.
- The prize was awarded for pioneering contributions in developing methods that can be used for theoretical studies of the properties of molecules and the chemical processes in which they are involved. The prize was divided equally between:
  • WALTER KOHN for his development of the density-functional theory and JOHN A. POPLE for his development of computational methods in quantum chemistry.
- The prize was divided, one half being awarded jointly to:

91. Alabama Supercomputer Authority Description
This years nobel Prize was a joint award to both Dr. Walter Kohn and Dr. JohnA. pople for their pioneering work in the field of quantum chemistry.
Computational Chemists Win Nobel Prize
Mr. Mark Zottola, AREN Applications Analyst, University of Alabama at Birmingham For only the third time in its 98-year history, the Nobel Prize for chemistry has been awarded to theoreticians. This years Nobel Prize was a joint award to both Dr. Walter Kohn and Dr. John A. Pople for their pioneering work in the field of quantum chemistry. Dr. Kohn developed density functional theory while Dr. Pople has been working on methods development within quantum chemistry. The power of these contributions is that quantum mechanics can, in principle, solve every problem accurately. While this may seem a boast, all of life is a set of chemical systems. The limitation of quantum mechanics to solve problems is limited to both the size of the computer and the ingenuity of the user. The Center welcomes anyone wishing to embark on a quantum mechanics voyage of discovery. Analysts Dave Young and Mark Zottola stand ready to assist any user in this area. Contact

92. International: Italiano: Scienze: Chimica: Chimici_e_Ricercatori: Pople,_John -
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93. Cytoclonal Pharmaceuctics Inc.
1998 nobel PRIZE LAUREATE JOINS CYTOCLONAL'S SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY BOARD Dr. JohnPople, Chemistry nobel Prize Winner, is Newest Addition to Cytoclonal's Board.
Dr. John Pople, Chemistry Nobel Prize Winner, is Newest Addition to Cytoclonal's Board DALLAS, TX -October 14, 1999 - Cytoclonal Pharmaceutics Inc. (NASDAQ: CYPH, CYPHW, CYPHZ) today announced John Pople, Ph.D. has joined the Company's Scientific Advisory Board. A 1998 Nobel Prize Laureate in Chemistry, Dr. Pople was awarded the Nobel Prize for his pioneering development of computational methods in chemistry, based on the theory of quantum mechanics. One of two scientists to receive a 1998 Nobel Prize in chemistry, Dr. Pople developed computational methods in the study of molecules, their properties, and how they interact in chemical reactions. These methods made it practical to apply the very complex equations of quantum chemistry to a variety of problems in chemistry, biochemistry and drug design. The methodology now widely used in universities, pharmaceutical companies and research facilities worldwide, is particularly helpful in drug development. "Cytoclonal is the first pharmaceutical company with which I have chosen to be associated," stated Dr. Pople. "I am looking forward to contributing to the Company's exciting drug discovery program and working closely with the scientific team in developing new drugs and safer alternatives to existing drugs."

94. GAMESS Home Page
An ab initio quantum chemistry package GAMESS. Developed by the Mark Gordon research group at Iowa Category Science Chemistry Software Physical and Theoretical......The General Atomic and Molecular Electronic Structure System (GAMESS)is a general ab initio quantum chemistry package. GAMESS is
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95. Gordon Group Home Page
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