Giulio Natta

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Italian chemist noted for work on polymers (1903-1979)


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In 1953, Prof Giulio Natta at Milan Polytechnic in Italy further developed the breakthrough of that same year by Prof.
Professor Giulio Natta won the Nobel Prize for his role in the discovery of polypropylene in the laboratories of a Montell predecessor company, Montecatini.
The Italian chemist Giulio Natta (1903-1979) carried on this sort of work and found that he could use such catalysts to insure that the side groups of a unit would all point in the same direction when a polymer formed.
Giulio Natta (1903-1979), Italian scientist, Emeritus Professor at the Politecnico-Milano, whose discoveries on the synthesis of steroregular polymers from olefins and diolefins marked a revolution in macromolecular chemistry.