Su Qiang (simplified Chinese: 苏锵; traditional Chinese: 蘇鏘; pinyin: Sū Qiāng; Wade–Giles: Su Ch'iang; 1931–2017) was a Chinese inorganic chemist. A pioneer in rare earth research and applications, he was elected an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1995. Su enrolled at Sun Yat-sen University in 1948, he transferred to Department of Chemical Engineering (which is a part of Tianjin University nowadays), Peking University two years later, and graduated in 1952. Then he went to Changchun, and became a professor there in 1983. He taught at Sun Yat-Sen University since 1999.

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  • Su Qiang (simplified Chinese: 苏锵; traditional Chinese: 蘇鏘; pinyin: Sū Qiāng; Wade–Giles: Su Ch'iang; 1931–2017) was a Chinese inorganic chemist. A pioneer in rare earth research and applications, he was elected an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1995. Su enrolled at Sun Yat-sen University in 1948, he transferred to Department of Chemical Engineering (which is a part of Tianjin University nowadays), Peking University two years later, and graduated in 1952. Then he went to Changchun, and became a professor there in 1983. He taught at Sun Yat-Sen University since 1999. Su was the Chairman of the Second International Conference on the Spectra of Rare Earth Elements, and a Committee Member of the Third and Sixth International Conferences on f-elements. (en)
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  • Su Qiang (simplified Chinese: 苏锵; traditional Chinese: 蘇鏘; pinyin: Sū Qiāng; Wade–Giles: Su Ch'iang; 1931–2017) was a Chinese inorganic chemist. A pioneer in rare earth research and applications, he was elected an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1995. Su enrolled at Sun Yat-sen University in 1948, he transferred to Department of Chemical Engineering (which is a part of Tianjin University nowadays), Peking University two years later, and graduated in 1952. Then he went to Changchun, and became a professor there in 1983. He taught at Sun Yat-Sen University since 1999. (en)
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