Reference numberEC/1909/05
Previous numbersCert XII, 286
TitleBaly, Edward Charles Cyril: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionPrincipal certificate
CitationLecturer on Spectroscopy and Assistant Professor of Chemistry, University College, London. Has published the following memoirs: - 'The Separation and Striation of Rarefied Gases under the Influence of the Electric Discharge' (Phil Mag, 1893); 'Experiments on the Pressure, Volume and Temperature' (Berichte, 1894); 'Die Einwirkung von Salpetersaure auf die Lignocellulosen' (ibid, 1895); 'The Action of Nitric Acid on Lignocellulose' (Chem News, 1895); 'A possible Explanation of the Two-fold Spectra of Oxygen and Nitrogen' (Proc Roy Soc, 1895); 'The Distillation of Liquid Air. Part 1 - Constant pressure' (Phil Mag); 'The Spectrum of Cyanogen' (ibid, 1901); 'The Variation with Temperature of the Surface Energies, and the Densities of Liquid Oxygen, Nitrogen, Argon, and Carbon Monoxide' (Chem Soc Trans, 1902); 'The Spectra of Neon, Krypton, and Xenon' (Phil Trans, A, 1903, and Physik Zeits, 1903); 'The Ultra-violet Absorption Spectra of certain enol-keto-tautomerides, Part I,' with C H Desch (Chem Soc Trans, 1904); 'The Spectrum of the Aurora' (Astrophys Journal, 1904); 'The Ultra-violet Spectrum of certain enol-keto-tautomerides, Part II' (Chem Soc Trans, 1905); 'Spectroscopy (Longmans & Co, 1905); 'The Ultra-violet Absorption Spectra of Aromatic Compounds. Part I,' with J N Collie (Chem Soc Trans, 1905); Part II (ibid); Part III (ibid); 'Note on a Compound of Mercury and Ozone' (Brit Assoc Report, 1897).
ProposersWilliam Ramsay; F T Trouton; W N Hartley; R Meldola; J M Thomson; A Smithells; W H Perkin; J Walker; J J Dobbie; M W Travers; S Young; A Scott
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Access statusOpen
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