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Publication Date: 2000
Publisher: C R C Press LLC
Dyson, Paul J., McIndoe, J. Scott
Paul J. Dyson began his research career at the University of Cambridge. before moving to the University of Edinburgh. In 1994 he moved to Imperial College as a fixed-term lecturer and in 1995 was awarded a Royal Society University Research Fellowship and is now based at the University of York J. Scott McIndoe took his BSc, MSc and DPhil at the University of Waikato before moving to Cambridge to take up a postdoctoral position. He is now a lecturer at Trinity and Newnham Colleges, CambridgeDyson, Paul J. is the author of 'Transition Metal Carbonyl Cluster Chemistry', published 2000 under ISBN 9789056992897 and ISBN 9056992899.
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