Raymond Daudel (February 2, 1920 - June 20, 2006) was a French theoretical and quantum chemist. Trained as a physicist, he was an assistant to Irène Joliot-Curie at the Radium Institute. Daudel spent almost the entirety of his career as professor at the Sorbonne and director of a laboratory of the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS). He is quoted as saying that the latter "was much better because the CNRS was very rich".

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  • Raymond Daudel est un chimiste théorique spécialisé en chimie quantique. Physicien de formation, il fut l'assistant d'Irène Joliot-Curie à l'Institut du Radium. Il passa une grande partie de sa carrière comme professeur à la Sorbonne et directeur d'un laboratoire de recherche au CNRS. Il fut président de l'European Academy of Science, Arts and Humanities et l'un des fondateurs, et président honoraire de l'Académie internationale des sciences moléculaires quantiques. Il est décoré officier de de la Légion d'honneur et officier de l'Ordre national du Mérite. Il a publié un certain nombre de livres, en particulier Quantum chemistry avec G. Leroy, D. Peeters and M. Sana, publié chez Wiley en 1983. Il fut l'un des responsable de l'organisation du premier congrès international de chimie quantique (International Congress of Quantum Chemistry), à Menton, en 1973.
  • Raymond Daudel (February 2, 1920 - June 20, 2006) was a French theoretical and quantum chemist. Trained as a physicist, he was an assistant to Irène Joliot-Curie at the Radium Institute. Daudel spent almost the entirety of his career as professor at the Sorbonne and director of a laboratory of the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS). He is quoted as saying that the latter "was much better because the CNRS was very rich". This allowed Daudel to attract many co-workers from elsewhere in France and internationally. Raymond Daudel was Officier de la Légion d'honneur and Officier de l'Ordre National du Mérite. He served as President of the European Academy of Arts Sciences and Humanities, in Paris, France. Daudel was a founding member and Honorary President of the International Academy of Quantum Molecular Science. An author as well as an academic, Raymond Daudel authored several books, including Quantum chemistry, originally with R. Lefebyre and C. Moser in 1959 (Interscience Publishers, Inc. , New York) and later with G. Leroy, D. Peeters, and M. Sana, published by Wiley in 1983. He was responsible for the organization of the first International Congresses in Quantum Chemistry, held in Menton, France in 1973.
  • 雷蒙·多代爾(1920年2月2日至2006年6月20日)是一名法國理論及量子化學家。 多代爾曾於巴黎居里學院擔任伊雷娜·約里奧-居里的助手,他的職業生涯大部份時間都是作為巴黎大學的教授和法國國家科學研究中心實驗室的主任。 多代爾更曾獲得榮譽軍團勳章和國家卓越表現勳章的軍官勳位,並為國際量子分子科學院的創會成員和榮譽主席,亦曾出版數本書籍。
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  • Raymond Daudel est un chimiste théorique spécialisé en chimie quantique. Physicien de formation, il fut l'assistant d'Irène Joliot-Curie à l'Institut du Radium. Il passa une grande partie de sa carrière comme professeur à la Sorbonne et directeur d'un laboratoire de recherche au CNRS. Il fut président de l'European Academy of Science, Arts and Humanities et l'un des fondateurs, et président honoraire de l'Académie internationale des sciences moléculaires quantiques.
  • Raymond Daudel (February 2, 1920 - June 20, 2006) was a French theoretical and quantum chemist. Trained as a physicist, he was an assistant to Irène Joliot-Curie at the Radium Institute. Daudel spent almost the entirety of his career as professor at the Sorbonne and director of a laboratory of the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS). He is quoted as saying that the latter "was much better because the CNRS was very rich".
  • 雷蒙·多代爾(1920年2月2日至2006年6月20日)是一名法國理論及量子化學家。 多代爾曾於巴黎居里學院擔任伊雷娜·約里奧-居里的助手,他的職業生涯大部份時間都是作為巴黎大學的教授和法國國家科學研究中心實驗室的主任。 多代爾更曾獲得榮譽軍團勳章和國家卓越表現勳章的軍官勳位,並為國際量子分子科學院的創會成員和榮譽主席,亦曾出版數本書籍。
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