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Reference numberEC/1900/15
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TitleWalker, Sir James: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationProfessor of Chemistry, University College, Dundee. An active and successful worker in chemistry, especially physical and organic. Author of numerous papers, of which the following are among the most important: - 'Zur Affnitatsbestimmung Organischer Basen' (Zeit Physikal Chem, iv, p 319, 1889); 'Ueber Losliskkeit und Schmelzwarme' (ibid, v, 193, 1890); 'The Dissociation Constants of Organic Acids' (Journ Chem Soc, lxi, p 696, 1892); 'The Methyl Saltsof Camphoric Acid' (ibid, lxi, p 1088, 1892); 'The Electrolysis of Sodium Ethyl Camphorate' (ibid, lxiii, p495, 1893); 'The Boiling Points of Homologous Compounds' (ibid, part i, lxv, p 193, 1894); part ii, lxv, p 725, 1894); Hydrolysis in some Aqueous Solutions' (Proc Roy Soc Edin, vol xx, p 255, 1894). Along with Prof Crum Brown, 'Electrolytic Synthesis of Dibasic Acids' (parts i and ii, Trans Roy Soc, vol xxxvi, p 211, 1891, and vol xxxvii, p 361, 1893). Along with J Henderson, 'Electrolysis of Potassium Allo-Camphorate' (parts i and ii Journ Chem Soc, vol lxviii, p 337, 1895; vol lxix, p 748, 1896). Along with F I Hambly, 'Transformation of Cyanate into Urea' (Journ Chem Soc, vol lxvii, p 746, 1895). Along with J R Appleyard, 'Transformation of Methylammonium Cyanates into the Corresponding Ureas' (Journ Chem Soc, vol lxix, p 193, 1896).
ProposersA C Brown ;T R Fraser; J Y Buchanan; F R Japp; J Geikie; J N Collie; W R Dunstan; H E Armstrong
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Walker, Sir James: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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