Allen J. Bard
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Who is Allen J. Bard?
Allen J. Bard: Allen Joseph Bard is an American chemist. He is the Hackerman-Welch Regents Chair Professor of chemistry and director of the Center for Electrochemistry at the University of Texas at Austin. Bard is considered a “father of modern electrochemistry" for his innovative work developing the scanning electrochemical microscope, his co-discovery of electrochemiluminescence, his key contributions to photoelectrochemistry of semiconductor electrodes, and co-authoring a seminal textbook.
- also known as Allen J Bard
- born on (81 years ago) in New York City
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Chemist, professor
- written works: "Electrochemical methods", "Integrated chemical systems"
- some of the awards:
- NAS Award in Chemical Sciences (For his fundamental developments in mechanistic electrochemistry, electrochemiluminescence, semiconductor photoelectrochemistry, and scanning electrochemical microscopy.)
- Priestley Medal
- Wolf Prize in Chemistry (For the ingenious creation of a new field of science, single molecule spectroscopy and electrochemistry, with impact at the nanoscopic regime, from the molecular and cellular domain to complex material systems.), with William E. Moerner
- National Medal of Science for Chemistry (For contributions in electrochemistry, including electroluminescence, semiconductor photoelectrochemistry, electroanalytical chemistry, and the invention of the scanning electrochemical microscope.)
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