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Reference numberEC/1866/07
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TitleMuller, Hugo: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationAuthor of numerous papers on subjects relating to organic and mineral Chemistry, published in the Journal of Chemical Society, "Leibigs Annalen" &c between 1852 & 1864. Also of other papers published jointly with Mr Warren de la Rue in the Philosophical Transactions, the Proceedings of the RS, and the Journal of the Chemical Society between 1850 & 1862.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. F Crace Calvert; Lyon Playfair.
From Personal Knowledge. Alexr W Williamson; Tho Graham; A W Hofmann; C G Williams; Warren De La Rue; F A Abel; A Matthiessen; Alfred Smee; E Frankland; H Debus; John Percy; Fredk Field; G B Buckton; J Stenhouse; B Stewart; B C Brodie; J H Gilbert; Warington W Smyth; Henry E Roscoe; John Tyndall; Henry M Noad
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Muller, Hugo: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA8263Muller; Hugo (1833 - 1915)1833 - 1915
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