Chemist. Born in Zhongshan , Guangdong Province. Graduated from Yenching University in 1933. Received Ph.D. from Munich University , Germany in 1937. Research professor, Institute of Chemistry , Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Liang has been engaged in the research on inorganic analysis for a long time. In 1939, he published his doctoral dissertation “Revision of Atomic Weight of Iron” and in the next year, the data were adopted by the International Commission of Atomic Weights. He studied the analytical method for sulfate, fluoride, tungsten, molybdenum, rare-earth elements and so on. He also studied analytical methods for unearthed bronze of Shang Dynasty (16th-11th century, BC) and methods for trace and micro-analysis. He won an award for his analytical work in the analysis of rare-earth elements in Baotou Baiyun iron ore.
He became Member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1955.