Robert S. Mulliken

Robert Sanderson Mulliken (* 7. June 1896 in Newburyport, Massachusetts; † 31. October 1986 in Arlington) was an US-American physicist and chemist.

During the 1. World war developed it to the American University in Washington D.C. for the American army chemistry weapons; it tightened itself thereby heavy burns.

It received the Nobelpreis for chemistry to 1966 “for its fundamental work over the chemical connections and the electronic structure of the molecules with the help of the orbital method”.


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