Reference numberEC/1881/15
TitleMcLeod, Herbert: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationAuthor of papers on "the formation of acetylene by imperfect combustion", on "An apparatus for determining the quantities of gases existing in solution in natural waters" and on "a new form of apparatus for gas analysis", published in the Journal of the Chemical Society. On "An apparatus for the measurement of low pressures of gas" published in the Journal of the Physical Society. And also, in conjunction with Lieut Clarke, on "some figures exhibiting the motion of vibrating bodies and on a new method for determining the speed of machines" published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society, and "on the determination of the rate of vibration of tuning forks", to be printed in the Transactions of the Royal Society. Eminent as a chemist.
ProposersFrom Personal Knowledge: E Frankland; J H Gladstone; A W Hofmann; Warren De La Rue; H E Roscoe; F A Abel; Augustus Voelcker; Edmund J Mills; N Story Maskelyne; P Martin Duncan; W J Russell; William Crookes; John Stenhouse; J H Gilbert; Fredk Guthrie; Hugo Muller; William Huggins; R B Clifton
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McLeod, Herbert: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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