Walter Kohn (born March 9, 1923, in Vienna, Austria) is an Austrian-born American theoretical physicist. He was awarded, with John Pople, the Nobel Prize in chemistry in 1998, for his contributions to the understandings of the electronic properties of materials.
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- Paris somehow lends itself to conceptual new ideas. I don't know why it is. There is a certain magic to that city.
- In a discussion with UCSD's Ivan Schuller, on UCTV Series: "UCSD Guestbook" (9/1999) (Science) (Show ID: 4136)