Reference numberNLB/71/881
Alternative reference numberNLB/71 p455
TitleCopy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to the Editor, 'The Chemical Age', 154 Fleet Street, EC4
Date28 November 1928
DescriptionInforms the Editor of 'The Chemical Age', that the Davy Medal is awarded annually to the most important discovery in Chemistry in Europe and Anglo-America. Explains that the last recipient was Prof. [Arthur Amos] Noyes in 1927 for his work on electrolytic solutions and the next will be [Frederick George] Donnan for his contribution to the theory of the membrane equilibrium.
Access statusOpen
Related records in the catalogueNLB/70/909
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8206Donnan; Frederick George (1870 - 1956)1870 - 1956
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