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"For outstanding contributions to the fields of surface science and the related field of crystal growth; for his major contributions to the understanding of structural disorder at surfaces; for his major contributions to the development of many of the experimental tools necessary for this understanding; and for his ability to clearly define and conceptualize the issues in these fields and to communicate his ideas and results in a clear and elegant manner."
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