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Authorised form of nameMorton; Richard Alan (1899 - 1977)
Dates1899 - 1977
Date of birth22 September 1899
Date of death21/01/1977
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election16/03/1950
SourcesObituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1978 vol 24 pp 409-442, plate, by J Glover, J F Pennock, G A J Pitt and T W Goodwin
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/69295757
Royal Society codeNA1912
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/003185Morton, Richard Alannd
EC/1950/17Morton, Richard Alan - Certificate of election as Fellow of the Royal Society: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/003186Morton, Richard Alannd
IM/003184Morton, Richard Alannd
RR/33/17Referee's report by Alfred Fowler, on a paper 'The measurement of absorptive power' by Edward Charles Cyril Baly, Richard Alan Morton and R W RidingNovember 1926
RR/34/69Referee's report by Alfred Fowler, on a paper 'Absorption Spectra of Nitrates the region 300' by Richard Alan Morton and R W Riding[November 1926]
RR/38/37Referee's report by Thomas Ralph Merton, on a paper 'The absorption spectra of halogens and inter-halogen compounds in solution in carbon tetrachloride' by A E Gillam and Richard Alan MortonMay 1929
RR/37/32Referee's report by Robert Robertson, on a paper 'The absorption spectra of solutions of cobalt chloride, cobalt bromide, and cobalt iodide in concentrated hydrochloric, hydrobromic, and hydriodic acids' by Wallace A Brode and Richard Alan Morton12 April 1928
RR/43/37Referee's report by Arthur John Allmand, on a paper 'Absorption spectra in relation to the colour of solutions of iodine monochloride' by A E Gillam and Richard Alan MortonMarch 1931
RR/43/38Referee's report by Alfred Fowler, on a paper 'Absorption spectra in relation to the colour of solutions of iodine monochloride' by A E Gillam and Richard Alan MortonMarch 1931
IM/GA/WS/3885Morton, Richard Alannd
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