Grinberg, Aleksander Abramovich
GRINBERG, ALEKSANDER ABRAMOVICH
GRINBERG, ALEKSANDER ABRAMOVICH (1898–1966), Russian chemist. Grinberg graduated from the University of Leningrad and was appointed professor of chemistry at the Lensovet Leningrad Technological Institute (1936). He was an authority on the chemistry of complex compounds and especially platinum chemistry. He was awarded a Stalin Prize (1946) and was an academician of the U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences (1958).