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Mieczyslaw Makosza

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Nationality  Polish
Role  Chemist
Fields  Organic synthesis
Name  Mieczyslaw Makosza
Residence  Warsaw, Poland
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Born  16 November 1934 (age 81) (1934-11-16)
Institutions  Warsaw University of Technology Polish Academy of Sciences
Alma mater  Leningrad University Warsaw University of Technology
Known for  Vicarious nucleophilic substitution Phase transfer catalysis
Education  Saint Petersburg State University

Prof. Mieczysław Mąkosza - laureat Nagrody FNP 2012 w obszarze nauk chemicznych i o materiałach


Mieczyslaw Jozef Makosza (born 16 November 1934) is a Polish chemist specializing in organic synthesis and investigation of organic mechanisms. Along with Jerzy Winiarski he is credited for the discovery of the aromatic vicarious nucleophilic substitution, VNS. He also contributed to the discovery of phase transfer catalysis reactions. From 1979 to 2005 he was director of the Institute of Organic Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences.

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