Reference numberEC/1909/13
Previous numbersCert XII, 294
TitleHall, Sir Alfred Daniel: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionSupplementary certificate of a Candidate for Election
CitationMA(Oxon). 'The Analysis of Soil by means of the Plant' (Journ Agric Sci, 1905); 'The Flocculation of Turbid Liquids by Salts' (with C G T Morison, ibid, 1907); 'The Interaction of Ammonium Salts and the Constituents of the Soil' (with C T Gimingham, Trans Chem Soc, 1907); 'The Determination of Available Plant Food in Soil by the Use of Weak Acid Solvents' (with A Amos, ibid, 1906); 'The Estimation of Carbon in Soils and Kindred Substances' (with N H J Miller and N Marmer, ibid, 1906); 'On the Function of Silica in the Nutrition of Cereals' (with C G T Morison, Proc Roy Soc, 1906, B, vol lxxvii); 'On the Accumulation of Fertility by Land allowed to Run Wild' (Journ Agric Sci, 1905); 'The Effect of Plant Growth and of Manures upon the Retention of Bases by the Soil' (with N H J Miller, Proc Roy Soc, 1906, B, vol lxxvii).
ProposersH E Armstrong; H T Brown; H Muller; [John Evans]; G D Liveing; James Dewar; Joseph Wilson Swan
Extent1 sheet
Access statusOpen
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