Anson, F. C. (1980) Roger Parsons—Olin Palladium Award Medalist. Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 127 (5). 175C. ISSN 0013-4651 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:ANSjes80
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The Olin Palladium Medal of this Society has such a distinguished set of former awardees that I suspect the person who has been asked to introduce each of the medal winners has probably felt as superfluous as I do today. Roger Parsons has played so prominent a role in the development of fundamental electrochemistry in the last thirty years that his name and his ideas constantly pop up in discussions among electrochemists in Moscow and Buenos Aires, Delhi and Paris, College Station and Pasadena.
|Additional Information:||©1980 The Electrochemical Society, Inc. Introductory remarks by F. C. Anson, Arthur A. Noyes Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, on the occasion of the presentation of the Olin Palladium Medal Award to Roger Parsons on October 16, 1979, at the Los Angeles Meeting of the Society.|
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