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Reference numberEC/1946/11
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TitleGuggenheim, Edward Armand: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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CitationDistinguished for his important contributions to thermodynamics and statistical mechanics, and for the applications of these branches of physical science in many fields, e.g. electrolytic solutions, electro-chemical potentials, magnetic and electrostatic energy, surface and interfacial phenomena, stellar interiors, chemical equilibria and reaction kinetics, co-operative assemblies, theory of super-lattices, etc.
Author of "Modern Thermodynamics by the Methods of Willard Gibbs" (1933). Joint author with Professor R. H. Fowler of "Statistical Thermodynamics" (1939). List of Publications appended.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. P A M Dirac; G I Taylor; E A Milne; N F Mott; G Ingle Finch
From Personal Knowledge. R H Fowler; C G Darwin (A C E); J E Lennard-Jones (A C E); Edmund G Stoner; J Chadwick; F G Donnan; C K Ingold; E N da C Andrade; C F Goodeve; S Chapman; C G Darwin; Eric K Rideal; N K Adam
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Guggenheim, Edward Armand: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA5124Guggenheim; Edward Armand (1901 - 1970)1901 - 1970
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