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His research involved the generation and reactivity of carbocations (ions with a positively charged carbon atom) via superacids, he worked first in Hungary then Canada and the USA, and in 1994 was awarded the Nobel Prize in chemistry. Who was he?

posted Jan 12 by Maninder Bath

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George A. Oláh
Late in his career, Oláh's research shifted to the possibilities of a methanol economy in which he suggested that methanol for fuel could be produced from hydrogen gas and carbon dioxide, using energy from renewable sources to power the production process.

answer Jan 16 by Anuradha Tabyal
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