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Obituary: Kurt Mislow

by Linda Wang
November 20, 2017 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 95, ISSUE 46

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Credit: Robert Matthews/Office of Communications, Princeton
Credit: Robert Matthews/Office of Communications, Princeton

Kurt Mislow, 94, died on Oct. 5 in Princeton, N.J.

“Kurt Mislow was a scholar of the very highest rank, a dedicated and gifted teacher, and a much admired leader within our community. He exemplified the teacher-scholar ethos that we all aspire to. He will be sadly missed both in our department and by the chemistry community generally.”—Tom Muir, colleague and friend

Most recent title: emeritus professor of chemistry, Princeton University

Education: B.S., chemistry, Tulane University, 1944; Ph.D., chemistry, California Institute of Technology, 1947

Survivors: wife, Jacqueline; son, Christopher; grandsons, Max and John

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