Reference numberEC/1875/29
Previous numbersCert X, 272
TitleRoberts-Austen, Sir William Chandler: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationWm Chandler Roberts.
A special knowledge of Metallurgy.
Author of -
Report to the Lords Commissioners of HM Treasury on European Mints
Papers - "On certain Chemical operations incidental to Coining.
"On the expansion of Palladium attending the formation of its alloy with Hydrogenium Phil Mag 1869 July
On the occurrence and growth of organic forms in Colloid Silica
Chem Soc Journ 1868 Trans Micro Soc Vol XVI
On the penetration of hydrogen through the walls of a tube of Electro-deposited iron. British Assoc Rep Liverpool 1870
"On the Molecular arrangement of the alloy of Silver and Copper employed for the British Silver Coinage" British Assoc Rep Edinburgh 1871
Co-operation in the Researches of the late Mr Graham on the absorption of gases by Metals Trans Roy Soc Vol CLVI p415 Proc Roy Soc VolXV p223 and 502, Vol XVI p422. Vol XVII p212, and 500.
Roberts and Wright "on the condition of the Hydrogen occluded by Palladium as indicated by the specific heat of the charged metal." Journ Chem Soc Feby 1873 p 112
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. Richard Owen; William Thomson; B C Brodie.
From Personal Knowledge. John Percy; A W Hofmann; Frederick Guthrie; Robert Lowe; Alexr W Williamson; Wm Odling; H E Roscoe; David Forbes; John Evans; H C Sorby; Andw C Ramsay; C F Varley; J Norman Lockyer; Warington W Smyth; John Tyndall; Robert Hunt
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Roberts-Austen, Sir William Chandler: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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