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us: Molina, Mario J.

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    • us: Molina, Mario, 1943-
    • us: Molina-Pasquel Henríquez, José Mario
    • us: Pasquel Henríquez, José Mario Molina-
    • us: Henríquez, José Mario Molina-Pasquel
    • us: Molina, Mario José
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        Mexico City, Mexico
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        • Organization: Centro Mario Molina
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        Centro Mario Molina
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    • found: Air quality in the Mexico megacity, 2002: t.p. (Mario J. Molina, Mass. Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass.)
    • found: Mario Molina, c2004: CIP t.p. (Mario Molina) galley (b. Mar. 19, 1943, Mexico City)
    • found: Mario Molina, c2005: ECIP t.p. (Mario Molina) galley (Nobel Prize winner for chemistry; Mario Jose Molina)
    • found: Mario Molina, c2006: t.p. (Mario Molina) p. 11 (Mario José Molina; b. Mar. 19, 1943 in Mexico City; chemist)
    • found: Wikipedia, Sept. 29, 2011 (José Mario Molina-Pasquel Henríquez; b. March 19, 1943 in Mexico City; a Mexican chemist and one of the most prominent precursors to the discovering of the Antarctic ozone hole. He was a co-recipient of the 1995 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his role in elucidating the threat to the Earth's ozone layer of chlorofluorocarbon gases (or CFCs), becoming the first Mexican-born citizen to ever receive a Nobel Prize in Chemistry; studied in Mexico City and Switzerland and earned a bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México in 1965, a postgraduate degree from the Albert Ludwigs University of Freiburg, West Germany, in 1967 and a doctoral degree in Chemistry from University of California, Berkeley in 1972; he has also received more than 18 honorary degrees and Asteroid 9680 Molina is named in his honor)
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    • 2002-02-11: new
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