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Reference numberEC/1814/37
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TitleGay-Lussac, Joseph Louis: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationForeign Member
Joseph Louis Gay Lussac, Member of the Institute of France, who has distinguished himself by various and important chemical Memoirs, and by experiments on the expansions of elastic fluids, as well as on other subjects of natural philosophy, is recommended by us, whose names are undersigned, on our knowledge of himself or his Works, as proper to be elected a foreign Member of the Royal Society
ProposersC Blagden; Wm H Wollaston; J Pond; W A Cadell; Alex Marcet; Thomas Young; John Symmons; Thomas Harrison; Fr Milman; Gilbert Blane
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Gay-Lussac, Joseph Louis: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA7195Gay-Lussac; Joseph Louis (1778 - 1850)1778 - 1850
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