Hinshelwood, Cyril Norman (1897–1967)
Cyril Hinshelwood was a British chemist, president of the Royal Society (1955–60). From 1937–64
he was professor of chemistry at Oxford, and research fellow at Imperial
College, London, from 1964. He shared the 1956 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
with Nikolai Semenov for their simultaneous work on chemical reaction kinetics.