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Boris Pavlovich Belousov (Russian: Бори́с Па́влович Белоу́сов; 19 February 1893 – 12 June 1970) was a Soviet chemist / biophysicist who discovered the Belousov-Zhabotinsky reaction (BZ reaction) in the early 1950s. His work initiated the field of modern nonlinear chemical dynamics. The Belousov family had strong anti-Tsarist sympathies and, after the Russian Revolution of 1905, they were arrested and later forced to leave the country. They settled in Switzerland, where Boris studied chemistry in Zürich. Belousov was posthumously awarded the Lenin Prize in 1980 for his work on the BZ reaction.

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  • Boris Pavlovich Belousov
  • Boris Pawlowitsch Beloussow
  • Borís Pávlovich Beloúsov
  • Boris Pavlovič Belousov
  • Boris Pavlovitch Belooussov
  • Белоусов, Борис Павлович
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  • Boris Pavlovich Belousov (en ruso: Борис Павлович Белоусов) (1893 - 1970) fue un químico y biofísico soviético, descubridor de la reacción Belousov-Zhabotinsky (reacción BZ) a mediados del siglo XX. Su trabajo inició las condiciones de la moderna química dinámica no lineal (dinámica molecular no lineal o termodinámica).
  • Boris Pavlovitch Belooussov (en russe: Борис Павлович Белоусов; Белоусов) (19 février 1893 - 12 juin 1970) est un chimiste et biophysicien soviétique qui a découvert la réaction de Belousov-Zhabotinsky (réaction BZ) au début des années 1950. Ses travaux furent la base de la cinétique chimique non linéaire moderne.
  • Бори́с Па́влович Белоу́сов (19 февраля 1893, Москва — 12 июня 1970, там же) — советский химик и биофизик.
  • Boris Pavlovich Belousov (Russian: Бори́с Па́влович Белоу́сов; 19 February 1893 – 12 June 1970) was a Soviet chemist / biophysicist who discovered the Belousov-Zhabotinsky reaction (BZ reaction) in the early 1950s. His work initiated the field of modern nonlinear chemical dynamics. The Belousov family had strong anti-Tsarist sympathies and, after the Russian Revolution of 1905, they were arrested and later forced to leave the country. They settled in Switzerland, where Boris studied chemistry in Zürich. Belousov was posthumously awarded the Lenin Prize in 1980 for his work on the BZ reaction.
  • Boris Pawlowitsch Beloussow (russisch Борис Павлович Белоусов; * 7. Februarjul./ 19. Februar 1893greg. in Moskau; † 12. Juni 1970 ebenda) war ein russischer Chemiker und Biophysiker. Er studierte Chemie an der Eidgenössischen Technischen Hochschule in Zürich, erlangte aber aus finanziellen Gründen keinen Abschluss. Nach der Oktoberrevolution (1917) kehrte er nach Russland zurück und arbeitete bis 1939 in einer Forschungseinrichtung des Militärs. Danach leitete er ein Labor im Institut für Biophysik des Ministeriums für Gesundheitswesen in Moskau.
  • A causa del forte anti-Zarismo che la caratterizzò, la famiglia Belousov dopo la Rivoluzione russa del 1905 fu arrestata e successivamente costretta ad abbandonare la propria nazione. Si stabilirono quindi in Svizzera e fu qui che Boris studiò chimica, nella città di Zurigo. Belousov vinse postumo il premio Lenin nel 1980.
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