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Work by two scientists from the Australian National University, Dr Leo Radom and Mr Ross Nobes (seated), leads to the discovery of a new molecule in outer space

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Title: Work by two scientists from the Australian National University, Dr Leo Radom and Mr Ross Nobes (seated), leads to the discovery of a new molecule in outer space
Author(s): ANU Photographic Services
Publisher: Reproduced in ANU Reporter, vol. 13, no. 13, p. 3, 27 Aug 1982
Series/Report no.: Photographs: people and subjects A-Z
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At the time of the discovery Dr Leo Radom was a theoretical organic chemist and a Senior Fellow in the Research School of Chemistry, the Australian National University and Mr Ross Nobes had recently completed a doctoral thesis on molecular rearrangements.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1885/7574
Other Identifiers: ANUA 225-1012-1

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