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Abstract

This article contains a very personal account of my evolution as a physical chemist/chemical physicist, with commentary on some of the influences on that evolution and summary accounts of research accomplishments in four of the subject areas that have engaged my attention, ranging from isolated molecules to condensed matter.

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