Reference numberEC/1937/01
Previous numbersCert XIV, 225; A00567
TitleBernal, John Desmond: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationPossesses exhaustive knowledge and deep critical powers over an exceptionally wide field. Main publications are - Systematisation of rotation-photograph analysis, methods of analysing highly complex organic molecules (including vitamins), X-ray study of liquids and theory of liquid structure, initiation of X-ray study of proteins. Many papers in Proc Roy Soc and other journals. Annual Reports, Chemical Society, 1928, 1929, 1931, 1933, 1935. Largely responsible for organising 'International Tables for Crystal Structure Determination.'
ProposersW L Bragg; R H Fowler; H S Raper; Rutherford; F Gowland Hopkins; C G Darwin; I M Heilbron; J E Lennard-Jones; C H Desch; D R Hartree; N V Sidgwick; C N Hinshelwood; R Robinson
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Bernal, John Desmond: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA8040Bernal; John Desmond (1901 - 1971)1901 - 1971
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