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Reference numberEC/1869/09
Previous numbersCert X, 148
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TitleFoster, George Carey: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationAuthor of a report on the recent progress of organic chemistry printed by order of the British Association in 1859. Joint author with Dr Matthiessen of researches in Narcotine, 1st part published in "Transaction" for 1863 2nd part reviewed for publication in the "Transactions". Author of researches on Acetoxy-benzamic acid, published in the Quarterly journal of the Chemical Society vol 13, and of other researches published in British & foreign journals. Author of Articles in "Heat," & "Radiation and conduction of heat" in Watt's dictionary of Chemistry, together with articles in the theory & history of Chemistry in the same work.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. Cha Lyell
From Personal Knowledge. Alexr W Williamson; Tho Graham; C W Siemens; John Tyndall; E Frankland; T Hewitt Key; T Archer Hirst; Fleeming Jenkin; W Odling; A Matthiessen; Hugo Muller; David Forbes; John Lubbock; Php Yorke; B Stewart; Henry Watts; E W Brayley; R B Clifton
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Foster, George Carey: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6347Foster; George Carey (1835 - 1919); physicist1835 - 1919
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