Vladislav VOEVODSKY, USSR Physical chemist. Corresponding member, USSR Academy of Science, since 1958; instructor since 1955 and Professor, since 1953, Moscow Physicotechn. Institute. one medal; Mendeleev Prize, 1952.
VOEVODSKY, Vladislav was born in 1917.
1940 graduated Leningrad Polytechn. Institute; 1944 completed postgrad, course at Institute of Chemical Physics, USSR Academy of Science.
Since 1944 senior associate, Institute of Chemical Physics, USSR Academy of Science. 1946-1952 simultaneously instructor, Moscow University. Specialist in chemical kinetics and the chemistry of free radicals.
Worked on: combustion theory problems. The cracking and oxidation of carbons. Heterogeneous and homogeneous catalysis.
The structure and properties of free radicals.
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