Paul J. Gans
I am a retired teacher of chemistry at the university level. My particular fields are thermodynamics and statistical mechanics. From being retired it is possible to infer that I'm one of the over-the-hill gang. One might be right about that, I'm the wrong person to ask.
New York, United States
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