Georgiy BOKY, USSR Physical chemist. Corresponding member, USSR Academy of Science, since 1958; associate, Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry, USSR Academy of Science, since 1939; Professor, Moscow University, since 1944. two Badges of Honor; medals; USSR Academy of Science Presidium's Prize, 1954. Member, Communist Party, since 1944.
1939-1944 instructor, Moscow University. 1960 member, USSR Academy of Science delegation Vietnam. Specialist in crystallography and crystal chemistry.
Using crystallographic research methods, developed new trend in Soviet chemistry — the crystalchemistry of complex compounds. Proposed method for the quantitative determination of transinfluence values by measuring interatomic intervals in the crystals of complex compounds. 1957 this work was the subject of a paper at the International Congress on Crystallography, Canada.
1956 developed an atomic structure theory for daltonides and bertollides. Expert on the hist, of crystallography in Russia.