Reference numberEC/1909/06
Previous numbersCert XII, 287
TitleBaly, Edward Charles Cyril: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionSupplementary certificate of a Candidate for Election
CitationAuthor of since 1904: - 'The Spectrum of theAurora' (Astrophys Journ, vol xix); 'Absorption-spectra of Aromatic Compounds, Part II.' (Trans Chem Soc, vol xxxvii, with Miss Ewbank); 'ditto, Part III (ibid); 'The Relations between Absorption-spectra and Chemical Constitutions' ; 1. 'The Carbonyl Group' (Trans Chem Soc, vol lxxxix, with Dr Stewart); 2. 'The a-Diketones and Quinones' (ibid, vol lxxxix, with Dr Stewart); 3. 'The Nitroanilines and the Nitrophenols' (ibid, vol lxxxix, with Dr Stewart); 5. 'Isonitroso-compounds' (ibid, vol lxxxiv,with Dr Stewart and Miss Marsden); 6. Phenylhydrazones of Aldehydes and Ketones' (ibid, vol lxxxix, with Mr Tuck); 7. 'Pyridine and its Derivatives' (ibid, vol xci, with Mr Baker); 8. 'Phenylhydrazones and Osazones' (ibid, vol xci, with Mr Tuck and Miss Gazdar); 9. 'The Nitroso- and Nitro-groups ' (ibid, vol cxiii, with Dr Desch); 10. 'The Unsaturated Acids, aromatic' (ibid, vol xciii, with Dr K Schaefer); 11. 'Some Aromatic Hydrocarbons' (ibid, vol xciii, with Mr Tuck); 'Ultra-violet Absorption Spectra in Relation to Physico-chemical Processes' (Astrophys Journ, vol xxiii, with Dr Desch); 'The Chemical Reactivity of the Carbonyl Group, as measured by its Absorption-spectra' (ibid, vol xxiv, with Dr Stewart); 'The Origin of Colour' (ibid, vol xxiv). In all,18 papers, 1 alone, and the remaining 17 with 8 coadjutors. Mr Baly has founded a laboratory for spectrographic research, bearing on the constitution of organic compounds.
ProposersWilliam Ramsay; J N Collie; K Pearson; A W Crossley; M O Forster; H B Dixon
Extent1 sheet
Access statusOpen
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