Reference numberEC/1959/18
Previous numbersCert XVI, 254; A06008
TitleRichards, Sir Rex Edward: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionCertificate of Election
CitationDistinguished for his work on nuclear magnetic resonance and its application to chemical problems. He has made outstanding contributions to the development of this technique, and was the first to apply it to the determination of unknown molecular structures. During recent years he has stimulated other work in the field by his own numerous applications.
Earlier, he has done work of high quality in infra0red spectroscopy, thermo-chemistry and magnetochemistry and has discovered important information about certain clathrate structures. He was awarded the Corday-Morgan Medal in 1954.
ProposersFrom Personal Knowledge: H W Thompson; E J Bowen; R P Bell; L E Sutton; J W Linnett; Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin; H M Powell; C A Coulson
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Richards, Sir Rex Edward: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA1761Richards; Sir; Rex Edward (1922 - 2019)1922 - 2019
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