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Giulio Natta

Giulio Natta, Italian educator. Recipient Nobel prize chemistry, 1963, also various gold medals, honorary degrees. Member Lincei Academy, Lombard Institute Science and Letters, also honorary; memberships in foreign chemical societies.

Background

  • Natta, Giulio was born on February 26, 1903 in Impwoila, Italy. Son of Francesco and Elena Crespi.

  • Education

    • Doctor Chemical Engineering.

    Career

    • Teacher general and inorganic chemistry Pavia U. Professor physical chemistry Rome U., industrial chemistry Turin U. Industrial chemistry Milan Polytech.

      Pioneer development stereoregular (isotactic, syndiotactic and polytactic) polymers. Also numerous macromolecule discoveries.

    Works

    • Contributor articles physical and industrial chemistry technical and science periodicals.

    Membership

    Member Lincei Academy, Lombard Institute Science and Letters, also honorary. Memberships in foreign chemical societies.

    Connections

    • father: Francesco Crespi
    • mother: Elena Crespi
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    Born February 26, 1903
    Died March 2, 1979
    (aged 76)
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