Reference numberEC/1897/23
Previous numbersCert XII, 52
TitleThomson, John Millar: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationAuthor of the following original papers:
"The Composition and properties of Ancient Glass from Tombs in Cyprus" (Proceedings of the Glasgow Philosophical Society, 1870)
"The Composition of certain double salts of Nickel & Cobalt in their relation to Dictroism." (British Association Reports, 1877)
"Action of Isomorphous Salts on supersaturated solutions of other salts." (Chemical Societys Journal, 1879)
"Action of Constituent Salts in supersaturated solutions of double salts and mixtures." (Chemical Societys Journal, 1882)
Author of the following published lectures & papers:
"The position of Chemistry in a Technical Education." (Journal of the Society of Arts, 1878)
"Solution & Crystallisation" (Glasgow Science Lecture Association, 1979)
"The composition and properties of certain Pigments (Cantor Lecture, Journal of the Society of Arts, 1885)
"Suspended Crystallisation" (Proceedings of the Royal Institution, 1886) "The Chemistry of Putrefaction & Antiseptic." (Cantor Lectures. Society of Arts Journal (1997)
Distinguished as a Lecturer and Teacher in Chemistry.
ProposersJoseph Lister; Alex Crum Brown; William Thomson; W J Russell; Lionel Beale; Hugo Muller; W Grylls Adams; J H Gladstone; William Crookes; H E Roscoe; W N Hartley; John Perry; J Emerson Reynolds; William Aitken; ?; P Martin Duncan; G F Yeo; E Klein; H G Seeley; Arthur Schuster; J Hopkinson; E Frankland; George Harley; A Liveridge; F R Lapp; W Ramsay; J H Gilbert; J Buchanan; G Carey Foster; H Sprengel; Harold B Dixon; A Dupre
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Thomson, John Millar: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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