Norman Neill Greenwood. 19 January 1925—14 November 2012

@article{Johnson2019NormanNG,
  title={Norman Neill Greenwood. 19 January 1925—14 November 2012},
  author={B. Johnson and A. J. Welch and J. Derek Woollins and C. Johnson and C. Housecroft},
  journal={BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIRS OF FELLOWS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY},
  year={2019}
}
Norman Neill Greenwood was a member of the group of distinguished post-Second World War inorganic chemists who created modern inorganic chemistry. He was particularly recognized for his contributions to the chemistry of the main group elements boron (especially the metallaboranes), aluminium and gallium and for his contribution to the application of Mössbauer spectroscopy to inorganic systems. He was also committed to the teaching of his subject and wrote several highly regarded books; most… Expand

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