Reference numberEC/1898/16
TitleShenstone, William Ashwell: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationSenior Science Master in Clifton College. Member of Council of the Chemical Society. Distinguished for his skill as an experimenter, for his ability as a teacher, and for his zeal in the introduction of improved methods of teaching physical science as a branch of general education. Author of the following and other papers: - 'Ozone from Pure Oxygen' (Journ Chem Soc 1887); 'The Volumetric Relation of Ozone and Oxygen,' 'The Influence of Temperature on the Composition and Solubility of Hydrated Calcium Sulphate and Calcium Hydroxide' (Journ Chem Soc, 1888); 'Some Improved Vacuum Joints and Taps' (ibid, 1890); 'Platinous Chloride as a Source of Chlorine,' 'The Adhesion of Mercury to Glass in the presence of Halogens' (Journ Chem Soc, 1892); 'On preparing Phosphoric Anhyride free from the Lower Oxides of Phosphorus,' 'Studies on the Formation of Ozone from Oxygen,' Part II (Journ Chem Soc, 1893). Also author of the article on Ozone in the current edition of Watts' Dictionary; 'A Practical Introduction to Chemistry' (Rivington, 1886); 'The Methods of Glass Blowing' (Rivington, 1886); 'Life and Work of Liebig' (Century Series, Cassell, 1895).
ProposersW A Tilden; Henry E Roscoe; H E Armstrong; J Norman Lockyer; T E Thorpe; W J Russell; W Ramsay; W R Dunstan; R Meldola; J Perry; S P Thompson; A M Worthington; C V Boys; A Liversidge; J Beddoe
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Shenstone, William Ashwell: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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