Reference numberEC/1904/14
Previous numbersCert XII, 194
TitleTravers, Morris William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationAssistant Professor, and Fellow of University College, London. Author of the following papers, Trans Chem Soc: - 'A Method for Preparing Acetylene' (1892); 'Metallic Derivatives of Acetylene' (1893); Joint Author of 'Helium a Constituent of Certain Minerals' (1895); and 'Some Experiments on Helium' (1896). Proc Roy Soc : - 'Gaseous Constituents of Minerals and Natural Waters' (1896); 'The Homogeneity of Helium' (with W Ramsay), and 'An Attempt to make Argon and Helium pass through a Heated Platinum Septum' (1896); 'Refractivities of Air, Oxygen, Nitrogen, Argon, and Helium' (with W Ramsay, 1897); 'Fergusonite, an Endothermic Mineral' (1898); 'Krypton, a New Constituent of Atmosperic Air,' and 'The Companions of Argon' (with W Ramsay, 1898); 'Preparation and Properties of Pure Argon' (with W Ramsay, 1899); 'The Origin of the Gases evolved on Heating Minerals, Meteorites,' &c. 'The Action of Phenyl-isocyanate on certain Hydroxy-acids and their Esters'; 'Argon and its Companions' (Phil Trans, 1899); 'Measurement of Temperature' (ibid, 1902); 'Comparisons of Constant Pressure and Constant Volume Scales of Temperature' (1901); 'New Thermometric Substances' (1901); 'The Liquefaction of Hydrogen' (Phil Mag, 1902); 'Comparison of Hydrogen and Helium Scales of Temperature' (1902); 'Experimental Study of Gases' (Macmillan & Co, 1902, New German edition, 1903); 'Action of Acetylene on the Acetates of Mercury' (1902); 'Vapour-pressure of Liquid Oxygen' (1903); 'Attainment of Very Low Temperatures' (Smithsonian Institution, 1903).
ProposersWilliam Ramsay; W A Tilden; A Smithells; T G Bonney; W T Blanford; G J Stoney; A V Harcourt; S P Thompson; G C Foster; F T Trouton; A B W Kennedy; J N Collie; J Emerson Reynolds; W F R Weldon
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Travers, Morris William: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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