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Reference numberEC/1893/03
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TitleDunstan, Sir Wyndham Rowland: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationProfessor of Chemistry to, Director of the Research Laboratory of, the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain. Lecturer on Chemistry in the Medical School, St Thomas's Hospital. Author of numerous papers on Chemistry and Chemical Pharmacology, eg: - 'The Action of Alkalis on the Nitroparaffins'; 'The Physiological Action of the Paraffinic Nitrites' (Proc Roy Soc, 1891 - the first of a series of papers in conjunction with Prof Cash, FRS); 'Contributions to our Knowledge of the Aconite Alkaloids'; 'The Occurrence of Skatole in the Vegetable Kingdom'; 'The Constitutents of the Artifical Salicylic Acid of Commerce and a method of producing the pure acid for medicinal use.' Distinguished as an investigator, and for the interest which he has taken in Educational Questions.
ProposersFrom Personal Knowledge: Henry E Armstrong; E Frankland; Wm Odling; A Vernon Harcourt; James Dewar; F R Japp; William A Tilden; T E Thorpe; Spencer Pickering; Hugo Muller
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Dunstan, Sir Wyndham Rowland: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA1313Dunstan; Sir; Wyndham Rowland (1861 - 1949)1861 - 1949
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