Kuzma ANDRIANOV, USSR Chemist. Professor, Moscow Power Engineering Institute, since 1946; corresponding member, USSR Academy of Science, since 1949. Member, Communist Party, since 1949.
ANDRIANOV, Kuzma was born in 1904.
1930 graduated Moscow University.
Since 1954 associate, Institute of Elemental-Organic Compounds, USSR Academy of Science. 1937 first to synthesize polyorganosiloxanes. 1947 developed method of obtaining new polyorganometallosiloxane polymers.
Directed work on synthesis of heat-resistant insulating silico-organic resins and varnishes, and composite materials based on them. 1954 member, Soviet delegate of agrobiologists and chemists to Italy. Publ: “Kremniyorganicheskie soedineniya” (Silico-Organic Compounds) (1955).
Coauthor, “Prakticheskie raboty po iskusstvennym smolam i plastmassam” (Practical Work on Artificial Resins and Plastics) (1946). Coauthor, “Vysokomolekulyarnye kremniyorganicheskie soedineniya” (High-Molecular Silico-Organic Compounds) (1949). Coauthor, ‘‘Organicheskie dielektriki i ikh primenenie v promyshlennosti sredstv svyazi” (Organic Dielectrics and their Use in the Communications Industry) (1949).
Institute; 1930-1941 instructor, Moscow Chemico-Technology Institute. 1941-1946 instructor, Moscow Power Engineering Institute.
Since religion offers a complete set of answers to the problems of purpose, morality, origins, or science, it discourages exploration of those areas by suppressing curiosity, denies its followers a broader perspective, and prevents social, moral and scientific progress.
Member, Communist Party, since 1949.
Marxism–Leninism as the only truth could not, by its very nature, become outdated.