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Reference numberEC/1886/05
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TitleDixon, Harold Baily: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationAuthor of papers "On the influence of aqueous vapour on the oxidation of carbonic oxide"; "On the velocity of explosion of carbonic oxide and oxygen with varying quantities of aqueous vapour"; "On the conditions of chemical change in gases"; "On the incomplete combustion of gases"; "On the velocity of explosion of gases"; "On the decomposition of carbonic acid by the electric spark" &c. printed in the Philosophical Transactions, the Journal of Chemical Society and the Reports of the British Association. Also of Reports to the Board of Trade "On standards of light", and "On oil, gas & electricity as lighthouse illuminants". Distinguished for his acquaintance with the sciences of Chemistry & Physics.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge: Warren de la Rue
From Personal Knowledge: E Frankland; Lyon Playfair; Wm Odling; John Tyndall; William Thomson; F A Abel; J H Gilbert; J H Gladstone; G D Liveing; Frederick Guthrie; Herbert McLeod; William Crookes; H E Roscoe; A Vernon Harcourt; Hugo Muller; W H M Christie
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Dixon, Harold Baily: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA8203Dixon; Harold Baily (1852 - 1930)1852 - 1930
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