Reference numberEC/1879/05
Previous numbersCert X, 332
TitleBrown, Alexander Crum: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationAuthor of the following researches amongst many others.
Ueber Umwandlung der Schleimsaure in Adipsaure. Annalen der Ch cxxv, 19
On the Theory of Isomeric Compounds. Trans RSE XXIII 707
On the action of Hydriodic acid on Mandelic acid. Proc RSE v 409-455
On the use of graphic representation of Chemical Formulae. Proc RSE v 429
On the colouring matter of Peziza Aeruginzola. Proc RSE v 439. On the atomicity of of Sulphur Proc RSE v 513. On the classification of chemical substances by means of Generic Radicals. Trans RSE XXIV 331. On the action of Ammonia on Dichloracetone. Proc RSE VI 75, 133. On the physiological action of the salts of Ammonium bases derived from Strychnia, Brucia etc Tr RSE xxv 151. On chemical constitution and its relation to physiological action Pharm Journ May 1868. Note on an ice Calorimeter Pro RSE vii 321. On the action of Sulphide of Methyl on Bromacetic acid. (British Ass [...]). On the sense of rotation and the function of the semicircular canals of the internal ear. Proc RSE VIII 255-370. On the action of sulphuretted hydrogen on the Hydrate and on the Carbonate of Trimethylsulphine. Proc RSE ix 319 (abstract)
Besides several researches performed jointly with others.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. Henry Watts.
From Personal Knowledge. Frederick Guthrie; Lyon Playfair; E Frankland; J H Gladstone; J Clerk Maxwell; Wm Grylls Adams; J Burdon Sanderson; Maxwell Simpson; John Stenhouse; Thomas Andrews; G Carey Foster; W de W Abney; James Dewar; Saml Haughton; Joseph Prestwich; John Tyndall; J N Lockyer
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Brown, Alexander Crum: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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