In Memoriam – Dr. Leon M. Payawan Jr.
Keywords: Leon Payawan Jr, inorganic chemistry, nanomaterials, photocatalysts, Philippine chemistry
On September 25, 2020, the Philippine chemistry society lost one of its most eminent members. Herein we reflect on the life and work of Dr. Leon M. Payawan Jr., referred to as Leon by his close friends and colleagues. We highlight some of his contributions that left a huge impact, not only to his students and cohorts, but also to the Philippine research community in general, both locally and internationally.
How to Cite
Usman, K. A. S., Edañol, Y. D., & Conato, M. T. (2020). In Memoriam – Dr. Leon M. Payawan Jr. KIMIKA, 31(2), 62-67. https://doi.org/10.26534/kimika.v31i2.62-67
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