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Published May 5, 2013 7:18 pm
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"Bonding in Zion: Deseret U to U of U" (Opinion, April 28), by University of Utah Vice President Thomas N. Parks, was most interesting in its celebration of the university's distinguished chemistry faculty.

However, there is no "B" in the name of Henry Eyring. The U.'s distinguished physical chemist and recipient of the Priestly Medal had no middle initial. (Eyring's son, Henry B., is first counselor in the LDS First Presidency).

Boyer Jarvis

Salt Lake City




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