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Adam Bielanski

Adam Bielanski, Polish chemist. British Council scholar Imperial College of Science and Technology, London, 1948-1949. Member Polish Academy of Sciences (chairman committee for chemistry 1966-1977, vice president, president Krakow branch 1990-1995), Polish Academy of Sciences and Humanities.

Background

  • Bielanski, Adam was born on December 14, 1912 in Cracow, Poland. Son of Adam Kazimierz and Maria (Bogdanska) Bielanski.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Jagiellonian University, Cracow, 1936. Doctor of Philosophy, Jagiellonian University, Cracow, 1945. Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation, Imperial College of Science and Technology, London, 1951.

      Honorary Doctor, School Mining and Metallurgy, Cracow. Honorary Doctor, University Wroclaw, Poland.

    Career

    • Research assistant School Mining and Metallurgy, 1936-1939, senior assistant, 1945-1948, professor inorganic and physical chemistry, 1949-1964. Analyst Municipal Chm. laboratory, Cracow, 1939-1945. Professor inorganic chemistry Jagiellonian University, 1964-1983.

      Part time researcher Institute Catalysis and Surface Phenomena, Cracow, since 1983.

    Works

    • Contributor about 180 papers on physical chemistry of solids and heterogeneous catalysis to professional journals and chapters to books.

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Member Polish Academy of Sciences (chairman committee for chemistry 1966-1977, vice president, president Krakow branch 1990-1995), Polish Academy of Sciences and Humanities.

    Connections

    • Married Ewa Raciborska, July 22, 1939 (deceased 1979). Married Gabriela Bogdanska, August 1, 1981 (deceased 1993).
    • father: Adam Kazimierz Bielanski
    • mother: Maria (Bogdanska) Bielanski
    • spouses: Ewa Raciborska
    • Gabriela Bogdanska
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    Born December 14, 1912
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    • 1936
      Jagiellonian University
    • 1945
      Jagiellonian University
    • 1951
      Imperial College Science and Technology
    • 1939 - 1945
      analyst, Municipal Chm. laboratory
      Cracow, Malopolskie, Poland
    • 1964 - 1983
      professor, inorganic chemistry Jagiellonian University
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