Bochvar, Anatolii Mikhailovich

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Bochvar, Anatolii Mikhailovich


Born Aug. 17 (29), 1870, in Radomysl’; died Sept. 11, 1947, in Moscow. Soviet metallurgist, founder of the Moscow school of metallurgy, and a professor (1917). Honored Worker in Science and Technology of the RSFSR (1933).

In 1908, Bochvar organized the first metallographic laboratory in Moscow. His main works are on white antifriction metals, semisteel, and the heat treatment of gray iron.


Issledovanie belykh antfriktsionnykh splavov. Moscow, 1918.


Voronov, S. M. “Anatolii Mikhailovich Bochvar.” Uspekhi khimii, 1947, vol. 16, issue 6.
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