Sergey Reformatsky( Chemist)
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Born in 1860, graduated from the course at the University of Kazan in 1882 and in 1889 defended his thesis for a master's degree Chemistry ( "Limit polyhydric alcohol) and in the same year sent abroad for 2 years, where he worked in laboratories in. Meyer - in organic chemistry and in. Oswald - Physical Chemistry. In 1890, P. defended his thesis for a doctorate in chemistry at the University of Warsaw under the title: "Effects of a mixture of zinc and monochloroacetic ester of ketones and aldegidy"; in 1891 he was appointed professor of chemistry at the University of St.. Vladimir. In addition to studies that are included in master's and doctoral theses, P. published "The initial course of Organic Chemistry" (1893, 3rd ed. 1898) and several papers in the Journal of Russian Physico-Chemical Society of hydroxy acids, a common set of which is presented in the paper "Synthesis and disintegration of beta-hydroxy acids", placed in the "Kiev of University Izvestia in 1896.