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Clinton StonerIn thermodynamics, Clinton D. Stoner (1933-) is an American physical scientist noted for his 2000 article "Inquiries into the Nature of Free Energy and Entropy in Respect to Biochemical Thermodynamics" on the subject of free energy changes in biochemical thermodynamics. [1]

Education
Stoner graduated from South Dakota State University, 1957 (BS), 1960 (MS) and then University of Illinois, 1964 (Ph.D). Faculty member at Ohio State University, 1965-present (Research: Biochemistry, Physical Chemistry, Physics). [2] In 2011, Stoner was working for several year on a paper entitled “What Photons Must Look Like.”

References
1. Stoner, Clinton D. (2000). "Inquiries into the Nature of Free Energy and Entropy in Respect to Biochemical Thermodynamics." Entropy 2 (3) pgs. 106-141.
2. Clinton D. Stoner – Facebook.

Further reading
● Stoner, Clinton D. (1992). “An Investigation of the Relationships between Rate and Driving Force in Simple Uncatalysed and Enzyme-Catalysed Reactions with Applications of the Findings to Chemiosmotic Reactions.” Biochem. J. 283, 541-552.

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