Reference numberEC/1872/15
Previous numbersCert X, 197
TitleGamgee, Arthur: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationAuthor of memoirs "On the Action of Nitrites on Blood" (Philosophical Transactions 1868). "On the Alkaloids contained in the wood of the Bebeeru tree" (Jointly with Professor Maclagan) Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 1869. "Researches on the Chemistry & Physiology of Foetal Nutrition" (Inaugural prize thesis, 1862) British & Foreign Medico Chirurgical Review 1864 - "An investigation into the characters & chemical composition of the spectrum in cases of fetid bronchitis & gangrene of the lung" (Edinburgh Medical Journal 1865). "On the non exitstence of free Ammonia in blood" Edin Med Journ 1865. "On poisoning by Carbonic Oxide" Journal of Anatomy & Phys vol II. "Notes of some experiments on the rate of flow of blood & some other liquids through tubes of narrow diameter" (Jointly with Dr Matthews Duncan) Proceedings of R Socty of Edingburgh 1870. On the constitution & Physl relations of Cystine (Jointly with Mr Dewar) Journal of Anat & Phys 1870. In conjunction with Professor Rutherford conducted the whole investigation on the Action of Mercury on the Biliary Secretion for a Committee appointed by the British Association Report of the British Association 1868 (Pp 187-232)
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. Lional S Beale; William Jenner; W H Flower.
From Personal Knowledge. J Burdon Sanderson; E Frankland; W Odling; J Russell Reynolds; J R Martin;
Extent1 sheet
Access statusOpen

Gamgee, Arthur: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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