In memoriam: Albert Cotton, inorganic chemist

F. Albert Cotton (1930 – 2007) was the Grand Old Man of inorganic chemistry. He revolutionized the field, bringing unprecedented precision and developing a whole subfield of inorganic bonds; he nurtured the leading chemists of a new generation; and he produced a large body of work himself.

You can read about him in the Telegraph: Professor F Albert Cotton.

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