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Reference numberEC/1884/11
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TitleHartley, Sir Walter Noel: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationWalter Noel Hartley FRSE
Author of (in conjunction with Mr A K Huntington) "Researches on the action of Organic Substances on the Ultra-violet Rays of the Spectrum" published in the Philosophical Transactions for 1879; also of the following papers published in the Proceedings of the Royal Soc, the Journal of the Chemical Society, and the Transactions of the Royal Microscopical Society
"An examination of Terpenes for Cymene by means of the Ultra-violet Spectrum". "On the absorption of the Ultra-violet Rays by Ozone". "On the occurrence of Liquid Carbon Dioxide in the fluid cavities of minerals". "On variations in the Critical Point of Carbon Dioxide in minerals". "On the probable temperature incident to the formation of Topaz". "'On the attraction and repulsion of bubbles by heat". "An explanation of the 'Brownian' Movement" and numerous other papers.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge: A Vernon Harcourt; Edmund J Mills; Maxwell Simpson
From Personal Knowledge: E Frankland; F A Abel; Warren De la Rue; Lionel S Beale; William Odling; G B Buckton; James Dewar; J H Gilbert; J H Gladstone; Fredk Guthrie; Hugo Muller; W H Perkin; W J Russell; W Grylls Adams; Arthur Gamgee; J Tyndall
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Hartley, Sir Walter Noel: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6669Hartley; Sir; Walter Noel (1847 - 1913); chemist1847 - 1913
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