Reference numberEC/1960/06
TitleDewar, Michael James Stewart: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionCertificate of Election
The name given on the certificate is Michael James Steuart Dewar.
CitationDistinguished for his experimental and theoretical studies of chemical constitution and chemical reactivity. Proposed the now-accepted formula for tropolone. Has made notable progress in our understanding of the quantum theory of organic chemistry, and of the relation between theory and experiment.
ProposersC A Coulson; Robert Robinson; R P Bell; J W Cook; C K Ingold; E D Hughes; J W Linnett; L E Sutton; Eric R Rideal; N K Adam; J W Cornforth; H C Longuet-Higgins
Access statusOpen
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NA2140Dewar; Michael James Stewart (1918 - 1997)1918 - 1997
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