Isaak KITAYGORODSKY, USSR Chemical physicist and technologist. Professor, Moscow Chemical Technology Institute, since 1933. Stalin Prize, 1941.
KITAYGORODSKY, Isaak was born in 1888.
1910 graduated Kiev Polytechn. Institute.
1929-1933 instructor, Moscow Institute of National Economics. Specialist in glass technology. Works deal with: glass smelting processes.
Development of intensified glass production methods. Synthesis of alumomagnesian and other types of glass. Development of new types of glass, foamglass, foam keralite and super-strength sintered ceramic materials and cutters, e. g., corundum microlite.
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