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Authorised form of nameGoodeve; Sir; Charles Frederick (1904 - 1980)
SurnameGoodeve
ForenamesCharles Frederick
Dates1904 - 1980
Dates and placesBirth:
21 February 1904
Death:
07 April 1980
ActivityEducation:
MSc (Manitoba); DSc (London).
Career:
Lecturer in Physical Chemistry and University Reader in Chemistry, University College, London.
Honours:
OBE 1941; Kt 1946
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
14/03/1940
Council:
VP 1968-1970
SourcesObituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1981 vol 27 pp 307-353, plate, by F D Richardson
Royal Society codeNA1927
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
HWT/25/10/5Correspondence and papers regarding visit of Royal Society delegation to ChinaApril - June 1974
HWT/39/33Great Britain-China Committee (later Great Britain-China Centre)August 1973
HWT/39/53Great Britain-China Committee (later Great Britain-China Centre)June 1974
HWT/39/14Great Britain-China Committee (later Great Britain-China Centre)October 1972
RR/55/144Referee's report by William Edward Curtis, on a paper 'The continuous absorption spectrum of hydrogen iodide' by Charles Frederick Goodeve and A W C TaylorOctober 1935
RR/55/143Referee's report by William Edward Curtis, on a paper 'The continuous absorption spectrum of hydrogen bromide' by Charles Frederick Goodeve and A W C TaylorMay 1935
RR/59/47Referee's report by Alexander Oliver Rankine, on a paper 'The quantitative analysis of the photochemical bleaching of visual purple solutions in monochromatic light' by H J A Dartnall, Charles Frederick Goodeve and Richard James Lythgoe[April 1936]
RR/59/102Referee's report by Thomas Smith, on a paper 'Relative luminosity in the extreme red' by Charles Frederick Goodeve[March 1936]
RR/59/100Second referee's report by Thomas Smith, on a paper 'Relative luminosity in the extreme red' by Charles Frederick Goodeve[April 1936]
RR/59/101Referee's report by John Herbert Parsons, on a paper 'Relative luminosity in the extreme red' by Charles Frederick Goodeve[January 1936]
RR/64/8Referee's report by Thomas Ralph Merton, on a paper 'The continuous absorption spectrum of methyl bromide and its quantal interpretation' by Phyllis Fink and Charles Frederick Goodeve[August 1937]
RR/64/9Referee's report by William Edward Curtis, on a paper 'The continuous absorption spectrum of methyl bromide and its quantal interpretation' by Phyllis Fink and Charles Frederick Goodeve[September 1937]
RR/65/105Referee's report by Arthur John Allmand, on a paper 'The photosensitivity of diphenylamine-p-diazonium sulphate by the method of photometric curves' by Charles Frederick Goodeve and L J Wood4 March 1938
RR/65/104Referee's report by Thomas Smith, on a paper 'The spectral variation of the photosensitivity of visual purple' by Charles Frederick Goodeve, E E Schneider and Richard James LythgoeNovember 1938
RR/66/97Referee's report by Edmund John Bowen, on a paper 'The absorption spectrum of nitrosyl chloride' by Charles Frederick Goodeve and S Katz[May 1939]
RR/70/31Referee's report by Charles Frederick Goodeve, on a paper 'Determination of the viscosity of molten salts by a capillary method. The system cadmium chloride-cadmium bromide' by H Bloom, B S Harrap and E Heymann1947
RR/68/18Referee's report by Eric Keightley Rideal, on a paper 'The behaviour of visual purple at low temperature' by E E Broda and Charles Frederick Goodeve[1941]
RR/68/73Referee's report by Edmund John Bowen, on a paper 'The photosensitivity of visual purple solutions and the scotopic sensitivity of the eye in the ultra-violet' by Charles Frederick Goodeve, Richard James Lythgoe and E E Schneider[1941]
IM/GA/WS/2313Goodeve, Sir Charles Frederick1946
RR/68/72Referee's report by John Herbert Parsons, on a paper 'The photosensitivity of visual purple solutions and the scotopic sensitivity of the eye in the ultra-violet' by Charles Frederick Goodeve, Richard James Lythgoe and E E Schneider[1941]
EC/1940/08Goodeve, Sir Charles Frederick: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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