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Reference numberEC/1888/20
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TitleRamsay, Sir William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationPhD Tubingen, FCS, FIC. President of the Bristol Society of Naturalists and of the Bristol Section of the Society of Chemical Industry.
Distinguished as a chemist, and especially for his researches in Chemical physics - Author of the following papers
Orthotolnic acid and its derivatives (Liebigs Annalen 1872)
Picoline and its derivatives (Phil Mag 1876-77-78)
The Oxidation products of Quinine and allied Alkaloids (J Chem Soc, 1878-79)
Specific Volumes (J Chem Soc 1879-81)
The Volatilisation of Solids (Philosophical Transacions Part I. 1884)
The Vapour pressures of solids and Liquids Phil Trans Part II 1884)
A Study of the Thermal Properties of Alcohol Royal Soc : April 1885
Evaporation and Dissociation - Preliminy Notice - British Assocn 1884
amd others
ProposersFrom General Knowledge: A W Hofmann
From Personal Knowledge: William Thomson; Alex Crum Brown; E Frankland; W H Perkin; H E Roscoe; G D Liveing; Lyon Playfair; J H Gladstone; Henry E Armstrong; William A Tilden; Geo Fras Fitzgerald; John G McKendrick; Frederick Guthrie; Hugo Muller; J H Gilbert; Herbert McLeod; W N Hartley; John Beddoe; Isaac Bayley Balfour; G Carey Foster; A Liversidge; R Meldola; Harold B Dixon
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Ramsay, Sir William: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6172Ramsay; Sir; William (1852 - 1916)1852 - 1916
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