Frederick Rossini

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In existographies, Frederick Rossini (56 BE-35 AE) (1899-1990 ACM) (IQ:180|#140) (ID:1.98|91) (SN:7) (CR:176) (LH:3) (TL:182|#55) was an American physical chemist, chemical engineer, and chemical thermodynamicist, noted for []

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Gilbert Lewis: inspirer to many to travel the broad highway of thermodynamics.”
— Frederick Rossini (1950), Chemical Thermodynamics (pg. v) [1]
“The point of all of this is that our creator has fashioned laws that are deep seated and broadly applicable, that science is heavily intertwined in our everyday life, frequently without our realization, that we need to break down the compartmentalization of knowledge, that we need to work for a unification of learning, and that we need to understand better the meaning and purpose of life.”
— Frederick Rossini (1971), “Chemical Thermodynamics in the Real World” [2]

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References

  1. Rossini, Frederick. (1950). Chemical Thermodynamics (pg. v). Wiley.
  2. Rossini, Frederick D. (1971). “Chemical Thermodynamics in the Real World” (abs) (pdf), Priestley Medal Address, delivered Mar 29 at the national American Chemical Society meeting, Los Angeles, California; in: Chemical Engineering News, April 5, 49 (14): 50-53.

Works

  • Rossini, Frederick D. (1971). “Chemical Thermodynamics in the Real World” (abs) (pdf), Priestley Medal Address, delivered Mar 29 at the national American Chemical Society meeting, Los Angeles, California; in: Chemical Engineering News, April 5, 49 (14): 50-53.

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