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PHOTO: Liang Shuquan
Liang Shuquan 梁树权
Senior Academician and Chemist


Liang Shuquan, male, Han nationality, is a native of Zhongshan, Guangdong Province. He received a doctorate degree from Munich University in Germany in 1937. Subsequently he became a researcher at the Chemistry Research Institute of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Liang has been involved in inorganic chemistry research for several years. The numerical value published in his doctorate thesis "Amendment of Iron Atomic Weight" in 1939 was adopted by the International Atomic Weight Committee the following year, and still holds today. Liang has dealt with the studies of analytical methods of vitriol base, florin ion, tungsten, molybdenum, lanthanum, analysis of Ying-Shang dynasty bronze and the research of minim and trace. His research in analytical methods of Baotao Baiyun rare earth and rare elements has been recognized as highly notable. Liang Shuquan was elected as an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1955.

Career Data

1995— Academician, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Researcher, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chemistry Research Institute
1937 Graduate, University of Munich Germany, Munich (Received Doctorate)
1933 Graduate, Yanjing University Beijing Municipality

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