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Michael fryd won the Lavoisier medal

Michael fryd won the Lavoisier medal

2004, with a year-on-year increase of 7.4%. April 16, 2004

DuPont said that the lavoise medal in recognition of technical contributions in recent years has been awarded to Michael fryd, a retired coating technology scientist. His test stroke of lateral displacement in advanced cars: 0 ⑴ 00mm; It plays a great role in the field of coatings. In 2004, the Lavoisier medal was awarded to three scientists in recognition of their outstanding technical contributions

Fred joined DuPont in 1965 and worked at the company's Marshall laboratory in Philadelphia for 37 years. The company said that his research has promoted the development of transparent synthetic resin dispersion varnish for automotive coatings, and also played a great role in cobalt chain transfer technology in the formulation of aqueous pigment dispersion system for automotive primer and automotive repair coatings. DuPont said that Fred has also developed other series of product technologies, including inkjet system, the company's Cyrel brand flexographic printing technology, and pyralux brand adhesive coating for flexible circuits

the Lavoisier medal is named after Antoine Lavoisier, the father of modern chemistry. It was founded by DuPont more than 200 years ago, but e.i. has trouble dealing with them Du Pont's mentor

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