Meaning of MacDiarmid, Alan G. in English:

MacDiarmid, Alan G.

Pronunciation /məkˈdəːmət/

proper noun

  • (1927–2007), New Zealand chemist, naturalized as an American citizen. He was noted for his work on the discovery and development of conductive polymers, for which with Alan J. Heeger (b.1936) and Hideki Shirakawa (b.1936) he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Chemistry (2000).