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Reference numberEC/1877/04
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TitleDewar, Sir James: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationJames Dewar.
Distinguished as a Physicist and Chemist. Author and joint author of the following researches.
(1) On the oxidation Products of Picoline. Trans R Soc Ed 1870
(2) On the specific heat of Carbon at high temperatures. Phil Mag
(3) Physical Constants of Hydrogenium. Trans R Soc Ed 1873
(4) Physiological action of Light (with Dr McKendrick) Trans R Soc Ed 1873
(5) Physiology action of Chinoline & Pyridine Bases (with Dr McKendrick) Proceed R Soc London vol XXIV
(6) Vapour density of Potassium (with Prof Dittmar) Proceed R Soc London XXIII
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. H Debus; B C Brodie; William Esson; A Dupre; Frederick Field; Maxwell Simpson; C W Merrifield
From Personal Knowledge. Frederick Guthrie; Thomas Andrews; F A Abel; William Crookes; W G Adams; R B Clifton; G Cary Foster; George Gore; J Clerk Maxwell; William Thomson; T Lauder Brunton; Lyon Playfair; John Tyndall; Chas Brooke; William Huggins; J Burdon Sanderson; W Sharpey; David Ferrier
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Dewar, Sir James: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA5870Dewar; Sir; James (1842 - 1923)1842 - 1923
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