Reference numberEC/1925/04
Previous numbersCert XIII, 264; A02568
TitleFreeth, Francis Arthur: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationDistinguished for investigations on heterogeneous equilibria and unrivalled knowledge of principles and modes of application of the Phase Theory. During the war worked out important processes for producing ammonium nitrate. Scientific publications: - 'The System Na2O-CO2-NaCl-H2O considered as Two Four-Component Systems' (Phil Trans A, 223, 1922). 'Ternary and Quaternary Equilibria in the System NaClO4-(NH4)2SO4-NH4ClO4-Na2SO4-H2O at 60 degrees and 25 degrees C.' (Recueil des Trav Chim des Pays-Bas, 43, 1924). 'The Deduction of the Form of a Two-Component System by the Addition of a Third Component' (Journ of Phys Chem, accepted for publication).
ProposersF G Donnan; Moulton; Robert Robertson; W H Perkin; William J Pope; H B Dixon; H B Baker; T M Lowry; J N Collie; G T Morgan; James Walker; H T Brown; H C H Carpenter
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Freeth, Francis Arthur: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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