Reference numberEC/1905/02
Previous numbersCert XII, 200
TitleBone, William Arthur: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationLecturer on Chemistry and Senior Demonstrator in the Victoria University of Manchester. Distinguished for his researches on the direct synthesis of Methane and Ethane and on the mode of their slow oxidation, as well as for his researches on the synthesis and investigation of homologues of Succinic Acid. Author or joint author of the following papers, published in the Transactions and Proceedings of the Chemical Society: - 'The Direct Union of Carbon and Hydrogen'; 'The Decomposition of Hydro-carbons at High Temperature'; The Explosion of Ethylene with less than its own volume of Oxygen'; 'The slow Oxidation of Methane at Low Temperature'; 'Incomplete Combustion of some Gaseous Hydro-carbons'; 'The Action of Light on Acetylene'; 'A new Method of Measuring the Pressures produced in Gaseous Explosions'; 'Trimethylsuccinic acid and alphaalpha-Dimethylglutaric Acids'; 'Sym Dimethylsuccinic Acids'; Four papers on Alkylsuccinic Acids; 'The Acid Esters of Methyl substituted Succinic Acids'; 'The Condensation of Ethylic Trimethylenedicarboxylate with Ethylic Malonate'; and others
ProposersW H Perkin, jun; W H Perkin; W A Tilden; J N Collie; Henry E Roscoe; A Schuster; O Reynolds; H Lamb; F S Kipping
Extent1 sheet
Access statusOpen

Bone, William Arthur: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA1311Bone; William Arthur (1871 - 1938); chemist and fuel technologist1871 - 1938
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