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researcher , chemistry professor

Ragnar Larsson, Swedish chemistry professor, researcher. Achievements include research in theory on the isokinetic relationship; invention of sugar powered fuel cell. Recipient Berzelius-Plaketten, Royal Academy of Sciences, 1966. Fellow: Swedish Catalysis Society (chairman 1990-1998).

Background

Larsson, Ragnar was born on January 1, 1929 in Göteborg, Sweden. Son of Karl M. and Frida M. Larsson.

Education

Master of Science, University Lun, Sweden, 1951. Doctor of Philosophy, University Lund, Sweden, 1962.

Career

Docent inorganic chemistry University Lund, 1963—1969, research leader catalysis, Swedish Board Technology Development, 1969—1983, professor catalysis chemistry, since 1984. Visiting researcher University East Anglia, Norwich, England, 1964—1965.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in theory on the isokinetic relationship. Invention of sugar powered fuel cell.

Membership

Fellow: Swedish Catalysis Society (chairman 1990-1998).

Connections

Married Inger B. Lilja, August 11, 1962. Children: Åsa M Uhlin, Karin E Lilja.

father:
Karl M.

mother:
Frida M. Larsson

spouse:
Inger B. Lilja

children:
Åsa M Uhlin Larsson

Karin E Lilja Larsson