Konstantin LAVROVSKY, USSR Organic chemist. Corresponding member, USSR Academy of Science, since 1953; Professor 1933; associate, Petroleum Institute, USSR Academy of Science, since 1942. Member, Communist Party, since 1920.
LAVROVSKY, Konstantin was born in 1898.
1926 graduated Moscow University.
1930-1934 at Petroleum Research Institute. 1934-1942 worked in petroleum industry. Main research on chemistry and technology of petroleum refining and organic catalysis;Publ.: coauthor, “Katalitichesky kreking tsiklicheskikh uglevodorodov pod davleniem” (Catalytic Pressure Cracking of Cyclic Hydrocarbons) (1952).
Coauthor, “O pererabotke gazoobraznykh parafinov v usloviyakh vysokoskorostnogo krekinga” (Gaseous Paraffin Refining in High-Speed Cracking) (1954). Coauthor, “Fiziko-khimicheskoe issledovanie vysokoskorostnogo krekinga” (Physicochemical Studies of High-Speed Cracking) (1955). Coauthor, ‘‘O vzaimodeystvii zheleznykh rud s metanom v usloviyakh ‘kipyashchego sloya’” (The Interaction of Iron Ores and Methane in a Fluidized Bed) (1957).
“Metod issledovaniya mekhanizma bystrykh reaktsiy v turbulentnom reaktore pri pomoshchi mechenykh atomov” (A Method of Studying Fast Reactions in Turbulence Reactors by Means of Labeled Atoms) (1960).
Religion discourages exploration of science and universe by suppressing curiosity, and denies its followers a broader perspective.
Member, Communist Party, since 1920.
Marxism–Leninism as the only truth could not, by its very nature, become outdated.