森野米三(1908-1995)物理化学者。東京大学名誉教授。独自に開発した分光学装置を用い、構造化学研究の基礎を築いた。
 

Biography





1931
B.S. Faculty of Science, Tokyo Imperial University
1931-1937
Postgraduate, RIKEN (Katayama Lab)
1937
Ph. D. (Tokyo Imperial University)
1937-1940
Assistant Professor, Tokyo Imperial University
1940-1942
Associate Professor, Tokyo Imperial University
1942-1943
Lecturer, Nagoya Imperial University
1943-1948
Professor, Nagoya Imperial University
1945-1948
Professor, University of Tokyo (collateral office)
1948-1969
Professor, University of Tokyo
1970-1978
Director, Sagami Chemical Research Institute
1971-1972
President, The Chemical Society of Japan
1972-1978
Vice President, Sagami Chemical Research Institute
1976-1981
Councilor, Institute of Molecular Science
1976-1991
Councilor, Toray Science Foundation
1978-1993 
Supreme Adviser, Sagami Chemical Research Institute
1982-1995
Councilor, Itoh Science Foundation
1982-1992
Commissioner, Toray Science Foundation
1984-1990
Special Adviser, Institute of Molecular Science
1993-1995
Special Adviser, Sagami Chemical Research Institute
1995.10.24
demise (87  years old)
 

Award and Prize





1942
Sakurai Award, The Chemical Society of Japan
1964
Prize of the Japan Academy
1973
Fujiwara prize
1980
2nd class, The Order of the Sacred Treasure
1981
Person of Cultural Merit
1992
The Order of Culture
1995
1st class, The Order of the Sacred Treasure
 

Research and Achievements





  • Rotational isomerism by means of Raman, infrared and microwave spectroscopy, dipole- moment measurements, electron diffraction, calculations of normal vibrations and statisti- cal entropy
  • Theoretical works related to vibration-rotation interactions
 

References





The scientific work of Professor Yonezo Morino

 

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