Intimate Encounters with Molecules: Breaking and Making Chemical Bonds with Dudley Herschbach

2/20/2006; 87 minutes

Dudley Herschbach, Professor of Science at Harvard and winner of the Nobel Prize for chemistry, delivers the Hitchcock Lecture at UC Berkeley. He explores the fascinating world of molecular science for a general audience as he discusses how molecular bonds are made and broken. (#11176)

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