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Authorised form of nameChapman; David Leonard (1869 - 1958)
Dates1869 - 1958
NationalityBritish
Place of birthWells, Norfolk, England
Date of birth06 December 1869
Place of deathOxford
Date of death17/01/1958
Research fieldChemistry
ActivityEducation:
MA (Oxon)
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election01/05/1913
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DSB
Obituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1958 vol 4 pp 35-44, plate, by E J Bowen
Royal Society codeNA1728
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1913/03Chapman, David Leonard: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/000798Chapman, David Leonardnd
RR/46/78Referee's report by David Leonard Chapman, on a paper 'The photosynthesis of hydrogen chloride. II. —“Oxygen free” mixtures' by Mowbray Ritchie and Ronald George Wreyford Norrish[November 1932]
NLB/51/519Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society to David Leonard Chapman FRS15 April 1915
RR/21/109Referee's report by David Leonard Chapman, on a paper 'The silver voltameter. Part III. The solvent properties of silver nitrate solutions' by Thomas Martin Lowry[August 1914]
RR/42/45Referee's report by David Leonard Chapman, on a paper 'The uniform propagation of flames' by N R Sen and H K Sen September 1930
RR/34/118Referee's report by David Leonard Chapman, on a paper 'The mechanism of activation at catalytic surfaces' by Hugh Stott Taylor[August 1926]
RR/50/76Referee's report by David Leonard Chapman, on a paper 'The photosynthesis of hydrogen chloride. III.—Mixtures containing oxygen' by Ronald George Wreyford Norrish and Mowbray RitchieApril 1933
RR/35/117Referee's report by David Leonard Chapman, on a paper 'The relative stability of nitrous oxide and ammonia in electric discharge' by William Kenneth Hutchison and Cyril Norman HinshelwoodSeptember 1927
RR/39/48Referee's report by Arthur Lapworth, on a paper 'A study of the catalysis by silver of the union of hydrogen and oxygen' by David Leonard Chapman and W K Hall[May 1929]
RR/43/141Referee's report by David Leonard Chapman, on a paper 'The photosensitised explosion of hydrogen and oxygen by chlorine' by Ronald George Wreyford NorrishDecember 1931
RR/43/44Referee's report by David Leonard Chapman, on a paper 'The photosensitised decomposition of nitrogen trichloride. Part II.— The effects of surface and inert gases, and the mechanism of reaction' by J G A Griffiths and Ronald George Wreyford NorrishOctober 1931
RR/43/112Referee's report by David Leonard Chapman, on a paper 'The oxidation of phosphorus vapour at low pressures in presence of platinum and tungsten' by Harry Work Melville and E B LudlamDecember 1931
RR/46/77Referee's report by David Leonard Chapman, on a paper 'The photosynthesis of hydrogen chloride. I.—A new experimental method; the inhibiting effect of hydrogen chloride' by Mowbray Ritchie and Ronald George Wreyford Norrish[November 1932]
RR/48/129Second referee's report by David Leonard Chapman, on a paper 'The photochemistry of phosphine' by Harry Work Melville[November 1932]
RR/48/128Referee's report by David Leonard Chapman, on a paper 'The photochemistry of phosphine' by Harry Work Melville[August 1932]
RR/66/263Referee's report by David Leonard Chapman, on a paper 'Distribution of charge and potential in an electrolyte bounded by two plane infinite parallel plates' by A J Corkill and Louis Rosenhead[May 1939]
RR/49/75Referee's report by David Leonard Chapman, on a paper 'The volume coefficients of expansion of several gases at pressures below one metre' by J B M Coppock and Robert Whytlaw-Gray[October 1933]
RR/53/20Referee's report by Gilbert Thomas Morgan, on a paper 'The catalysis by palladium of the union of hydrogen and oxygen' by David Leonard Chapman and G Gregory21 July 1934
RR/52/33Referee's report by David Leonard Chapman, on a paper 'The interaction of hydrogen with micro-crystalline charcoal II—activated sorption of hydrogen and methane by carbon' by Richard Maling BarrerJanuary 1925
RR/53/7Referee's report by David Leonard Chapman, on a paper 'The constitution and formation of bleaching powder' by Charles William Bunn, L M Clark and I L Clifford[March 1935]
NLB/67/497Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to [David Leonard] Chapman Esq., FRS10 January 1925
RR/59/21Referee's report by Gilbert Thomas Morgan, on a paper 'The catalytic combination of hydrogen and oxygen at the surface of platinum' by David Leonard Chapman and Peter William Reynolds18 May 1936
RR/30/25Referee's report by Harold Baily Dixon, on a paper 'The union of hydrogen and oxygen in presence of silver and gold' by David Leonard Chapman, J E Ramsbottom and C G Trotman[October 1924]
RR/68/126Referee's report by David Leonard Chapman, on a paper 'The photocombination of hydrogen and chlorine in oxygen-free systems' by M Ritchie and D Taylor[1941]
NLB/67/101Copy letter from James Hopwood Jeans, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor [Arthur William] Crossley, FRS21 October 1924
RR/41/92Referee's report by David Leonard Chapman, on a paper 'The kinetics of the oxidation of gaseous benzene' by R Fort and Cyril Norman HinshelwoodJuly 1930
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