Reference numberEC/1878/17
TitleSprengel, Hermann Johann Phillipp: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationHermann Sprengel.
Distinguished as a Chemist and Physicist. Author of the following researches.
(1) Ueber einen neuen Lothrohrapparat (Pogg Ann v 112 1861)
(2) On the detection of Nitric Acid (J Ch Soc 1865)
(3) Researches on the vacuum (J Ch Soc 1865)
(4) On determining the weight of heterogeneous liquids (J Ch Soc 1866)
(5) Improvements in the preparation of Explosive compounds
(6) The water air-pump (Phil Mag, 1873)
(7) An Air-bath of constant temperature between 100 degrees & 200 degrees C (J Ch Soc 1873)
(8) A method of determining the Specific Gravity of liquids with ease & great exactness (J Ch Soc 1873 & Pogg Ann 1874)
(9) A new class of explosives which are non-explosive during their manufacture storage & transport (J Ch Soc 1873)
(10) Use of water "atomiser" in production of Sulphuric Acid (Ch News 1875).
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. Thomas Andrews; Robert S Ball; R B Clifton; George Gore; William Thomson.
From Personal Knowledge. Frederick Guthrie; H Debus; William Crookes; W G Adams; A Dupre; F A Abel; B C Brodie; William Esson; G Carey Foster; Frederick Field; J H Gladstone; Aug Voelcker; Hugo Muller; Maxwell Simpson; C W Merrifield; John Tyndall; T Lauder Brunton
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Sprengel, Hermann Johann Phillipp: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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