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Historical Notes

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Bardyshev I.I.

Corresponding Member Ivan I. BARDYSHEV

Bardyshev, Ivan Illarionovich (Born: 14.07.1912. Died: 30.10.2000)

Qualifications
Doctor of Chemical Sciences (since 1953), Professor.
Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus. Elected in 1959 on speciality Organic chemistry (natural compounds).

Membership of other Academies, Scientific Societies and Councils
Chairman of the Chemical department of the Republican Mendeleev Chemical Society,
Chairman of the Chemical section of the Republican of the Society "Znaniye" (Knowledge),
Member of the Scientific societies of the Central Science Research Institute of Forestry-Chemical Industry (Russia).

Editorial Board Membership
Former Vice Editor-in-Chief of the journal "Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus" (Chemical Sciences series)

Last Position
Retired.

Research areas
Chemistry and technology of compounds of the rows of mono- and diterpenoids, study of chemical composition of terpenoids, produced by different varieties of conifers, modernization of devices for carrying out of chemical experiments.

Main Publications
1. On the composition of home turpentines (1949).
2. Development of home forestry-chemical industry (1957).
3. Synthetic products from colophony and turpentine (1964).
4. Synthetic products from colophony and turpentine (1970).

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