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Christopher Grayce is Assistant Professor of Chemistry at the Univeristy of California at Irvine.

His S.B. in physical chemistry is from M.I.T. (1984) and his Ph.D. in theoretical physical chemsitry is from Berkeley (1990).

He did postdoctoral work at the Univeristy of Illinois in the Department of Materila Science and at the James Franck Institute of the Univeristy of Chicago before coming to Irvine in 1995. His research area is in fundamental statistical mechanics of complex fluids.

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