Rafael Aureliano Labriola

Rafael Aureliano Labriola

Fellow: Awarded 1944
Field of Study: Chemistry

Competition: Latin America & Caribbean

Universidad de Buenos Aires

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1943–44:

Latin American Exchange Fellows, 1944:

Appointed from Argentina:

LABRIOLA, RAFAEL AURELIANO.  Appointed for studies of methods of quantitative micro-analysis and of the techniques of hydrogenation at normal and high pressures; tenure, six months from November 10, 1944.

Born June 16, 1906, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Education:  Faculty of Exact, Physical and Natural Sciences, University of Buenos Aires, Doctor in Chemistry, 1932; study in Germany, 1933. Carlos Berg Prize, Faculty of Exact Sciences, University of Buenos Aires, 1942.

Head of the Chemical Laboratory, 1936—, Assistant Professor of Organic Chemistry, 1941—, Faculty of Exact Sciences, University of Buenos Aires.

Publications:  Articles in Analen de la Asociación Química Argentina, Liebigs’ Annalen, Bulletin de la Société Chimique de France, Nature, Journal of Organic Chemistry, Revista del Instituto Bacteriológico Argentino, Journal of the American Chemical Society, Chemia.


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