Reference numberEC/1904/04
Previous numbersCert XII, 184
TitleDobbie, Sir James Johnston: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionSupplementary certificate of a Candidate for Election
CitationDirector of the Science and Art Museum, Edinburgh. Actively engaged in the prosecution of researches on the constitution of the alkaloids and the relationship of their absorption spectra to their chemical structure and other problems in physical chemistry. Distinguished for his extensive knowledge and skill in the field of organic chemistry. The following papers have been recently published in the Transactions of the Chemical Society: - 'On the Relation between the Absorption Spectra and the Chemical Structure of Corydaline Berberine and other Alkaloids' (1903, in conjunction with A Lauder, BSc); 'The Absorption Spectra of Laudannic and Laudanosine in Relation to their Chemical Constitution' (1903, in conjunction with A Lauder, BSc); 'The Constitution of Cotarnine' (1903, in conjunction with A Lauder, BSc, and C K Tinkler)
ProposersF R Japp; A Crum Brown; T Purdie; S Young; W Odling; J Dewar; E Diver; W J Pope; J Walker; J Y Buchanan
Extent1 sheet
Physical descriptionAttached to principal certificate
Access statusOpen
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Dobbie, Sir James Johnston: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA3151Dobbie; Sir; James Johnston (1852 - 1924)1852 - 1924
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