Sir Shanti Swaroop Bhatnagar
Born (Hindi: शांति स्वरूप भटनागर)
21 February 1894, Bhera, Pakistan
Bhera, Shahpur District (now in Pakistan), British India
Died 1 January 1955, New Delhi
New Delhi, India
Residence India
Nationality Flag of India Indian
Citizenship India
Alma mater University of the Punjab
University College London
Known for CSIR India
Scientific career
Fields Chemistry
Institutions Council of Scientific and Industrial Research
Banaras Hindu University
Thesis Solubilities of bi- and trivalent salts of higher fatty acids in oils and their effect on surface tension of oils
Doctoral advisor Frederick G. DonnanTemplate:Fix/category[citation needed]

Sir Shanti Swaroop Bhatnagar OBE, FRS was a well-known Indian scientist, a professor of chemistry for over 19 years.

Padma Bhushan(1954), Fellow of the Royal Society, Knight Bachelor (1941)
University of London, University of the Punjab, Banaras Hindu University, University College London
S S Bhatnagar on Science, Technology, and Development, 1938-54
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