Lars Onsager Prize

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The Lars Onsager Prize is a prize in theoretical statistical physics. It is awarded annually by the American Physical Society. It was established in 1993 by Drs. Russell and Marian Donnelly[1] in memory of Lars Onsager.[2][3]

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