Sergey VONSOVSKY, USSR Magnetic physicist. Corresponding member, USSR Academy of Science, since 1953; Professor, Ural University, since 1944. Order of Red Banner of Labor, 1960.
VONSOVSKY, Sergey was born in 1910.
1932 graduated Leningrad University.
Bureau member,Department of Physico-Mathcmatical Science, USSR Academy of Science, since 1960. Developed “polar” and “interchange” theories. Explained phenomenon of divisibility of atomic moments, and characteristics of optical, magneto-optical, electrical and other phenomena in ferromagnetics.
1932-1939 worked at Ural Physicotechn. Institute, Sverdlovsk. 1939-1944 at Institute of the Physics of Metals, Ural Branch, USSR Academy of Science.
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