Manuel Ballester

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Manuel Ballester Boix (born in Barcelona on June 27, 1919; died April 5, 2005) was an award-winning Spanish chemist.


He received his degree at the University of Barcelona, his doctorate in Madrid, and finished his training at Harvard University. In 1944 he formed a team at the Spanish National Research Council. His work has largely been in kinetics and organic chemistry.[1]