April 24, 2007

Nobel Prizes in chemistry have sometimes gone to people (such as Ernest Rutherford and Gerhard Herzberg) who thought that they were physicists, and vice versa. The distinction between the sciences is, after all, no more than a matter of administrative convenience.

~ Keith J. Laidler, The World of Physical Chemistry

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