Reference numberEC/1940/14
Previous numbersCert XIV, 306; A04508
TitleMaass, Otto: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse. Citation typed
CitationHe has trained many excellent graduate students, and has reputation as leading teacher of Physical Chemistry in Canada. Joint author, Maass and Steacie, 'An Introduction to the Principles of Physical Chemistry.' Contributor to 'Treatise on Physical Chemistry,' by Taylor. Many papers on original research. Basic Properties of Oxygen. Molecular Forces of Attraction. Unsaturation and Molecular Compound Formation. Molecular Attraction and Velocity of Chemical Reactions. Surface Energy of Solids. Pure Hydrogen Peroxide. Dielectric Constant of Water. Equilibria in Aqueous Solutions of Gases. Densities and Viscosities of Gases. Equation of State. Investigations in the region of Critical Temperature and Pressures.
ProposersA S Eve; Eric K Rideal; R H Fowler; R G W Norrish; C D Ellis; J E Lennard-Jones; W H Mills
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Maass, Otto: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA2454Maass; Otto (1890 - 1961)1890 - 1961
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