|Born||October 12, 1877|
|Died||January 22, 1968(aged 90)|
|Institutions||University of Kazan|
|Alma mater||University of Kazan|
|Doctoral advisor||Alexander Mikhaylovich Zaytsev|
|Known for||Michaelis–Arbuzov reaction|
A native of Bilyarsk, Arbuzov studied in the Kazan University under Alexander Mikhaylovich Zaytsev. He graduated in 1900 and became professor at the same university in 1911. After World War II he was put in charge of the Soviet Institute of Organic Chemistry.
Arbuzov was awarded the Stalin Prize in 1943.
In addition to his scientific research, Arbuzov also wrote A Brief Sktech of the Development of Organic Chemistry in Russian (1948).
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- "Aleksandr Erminingeldovich Arbuzov". Zeitschrift Russian Chemical Bulletin 11 (10): 1625. 1962. doi:10.1007/BF00920247.
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