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Reference numberEC/1897/17
Previous numbersCert XII, 46
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TitleKipping, Frederic Stanley: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationDistinguished as an original and very skilful and persistent worker in chemistry. Author of sixteen papers published in the Transactions of the chemical Society and of others in the Journal of the chemical Society and of others in the Journal of the German chemical Society the following being the titles of several of these: The synthetical formation of closed carbon chains in the aromatic series; Action of phosphoric anhydride on fatty acids - 3 parts; Hydrindone and its derivatives; Formation of the hydrocarbon huxene. In conjunction with Prof. Perkin: Dicelylpentane and Dibenzoylpentane. Derivatives of Phenylhexanethylene; Synthesis of dimethyldihydroxy hepaenethylene; &c. In conjunction with Dr Lennshing: the formation of Ketones from camphor. In conjuction with Mr Pope:- Sulphonic derivatives of camphor.
ProposersHenry E Armstrong; Alex Crum Brown; F R Japp; W H Perkin jun; W H Perkin; Wyndham R Dunstan; R Meldola
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Kipping, Frederic Stanley: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA1899Kipping; Frederic Stanley (1863 - 1949)1863 - 1949
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