Reference numberEC/1871/06
TitleGuthrie, Frederick: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationDr Frederick Guthrie. Author of researches on "Amyloxdphosphorsaure" Leibig's Annalen, 1856. "Iodide of Acetyl" Phil Mag 1857. "On the preparation of Double Ethers" Phil Mag 1857. "On the action of Light on Chloride of Silver" Chem Soc Jour 1858. "Contributions to the knowledge of the Amyl Group" in which research the action of Nitrite of Amyl upon the heart was discovered and described: Chem Soc Jour 1859. "On some derivatives from the Olefines; illustrating for the first time the behaviour of free Nitric Peroxide as a halogen" Edinburgh Roy Soc Trans 1861. "On the Bisulphide of Iodine", Edin Roy Soc Proceed 1862. "On the Iodide of Iodammonium" Jour Chem Soc 1863. "On Drops" Proceed Roy Soc 1864. "On Bubbles" Proceed Roy Soc 1865. "Speculation concerning the Axial Rotation of the Earth" Phil Mag 1866. "A Voltameter & Voltastat" Phil Mag 1868. "On Ethyl, Methyl & Amyl Acetonine"Brit Assoc Reports, 1868.
"On the Thermal Resistance of Liquids" Philosoph Trans 1869. "On approach caused by vibration" Read to the Royal Soc 1870. and other researches. Author of "Letters on the Sugar Cane and on Cane Sugar" Mauritius, 1864, and of "Elements of Heat and Non-metallic Chemistry" 1868. Distinguished for his acquaintance with the Sciences of Physics and Chemistry.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. B C Brodie; B Stewart; W Spottiswoode; W H Perkin; J P Joule; William Thomson; Allen Thomson; Edward Hull; A Strange
From Personal Knowledge. E Frankland; J Stenhouse; Wm Odling; Maxwell Simpson; Henry E Roscoe; T H Huxley; T Archer Hirst; H Debus; C Wheatstone; Rod I Murchison; Andw C Ramsay; John Percy; Henry Watts; G C Foster; Robert Hunt; J H Gilbert
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Guthrie, Frederick: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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