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Authorised form of nameHeilbron; Sir; Ian Morris (1886 - 1959)
Other forms of nameIsidor Morris
Dates1886 - 1959
NationalityBritish
Place of birthGlasgow, Scotland
Date of birth06 November 1886
Place of deathLondon
Date of death14/09/1959
Research fieldOrganic chemistry
ActivityEducation:
DSc; PhD
Career:
Professor of Organic Chemistry in the University of Liverpool
Honours:
DSO 1918; Kt 1946
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election07/05/1931
Royal Society activityMedals and prizes:
Davy Medal 1943; Royal Medal 1951
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DSB vol 17 pp 390-391
Obituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1960 vol 6 pp 65-85, plate, by A H Cook
Royal Society codeNA2159
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
PB/1/33/1/4Nobel Prize1948
EC/1931/08Heilbron, Sir Ian Morris: certificate of election to the Royal Society
MDA/A/25/16/48Letter from I M Heilbron, Ministry of Production, Whitehall, SW1, to A V Hill4 January 1943
MDA/A/23/143Copy letter from John David Griffith Davies, to William Horace Montagu-Pollock, Foreign Office, Whitehall, S.W.1.23 August 1945
RR/20/63Referee's report by William Jackson Pope, on a paper 'The selective absorption of ketones' by George Gerald Henderson and Ian Morris HeilbronNovember 1913
RR/47/54Referee's report by Ian Morris Heilbron, on a paper 'On the surface potentials of unimolecular films of ergosterol.— The photochemical formation of vitamin D' by Russel J Fosbinder2 November 1932
RR/55/125Referee's report by Ian Morris Heilbron, on a paper 'A comparison of the absorption spectra of some typical symmetrical cyanine dyes' by Nellie I Fisher and Frances M HamerJanuary 1936
RR/61/44Referee's report by Iam Morris Heilbron, on a paper 'A comparison of the absorption spectra of some typical unsymmetrical cyanine dyes' by Bernard Beilenson, Nellie I Fisher and Frances M HamerJuly 1937
RR/66/25Referee's report by Ian Morris Heilbron, on a paper 'X-Ray crystallography and the chemistry of the steroids. Part I' by John Desmond Bernal, Dorothy Mary Crowfoot Hodgkin and I Fankuchen15 May 1940
RR/67/145Referee's report by Ian Morris Heilbron, on a paper 'Y-Carotene in the sexual phase of the aquatic fungus Allomyces' by Ralph Emerson and Denis L Fox1939
RR/67/49Referee's report by Albert Charles Chibnall, on a paper 'The lipochromes and sterols of the algal classes' by P W Carter, Ian Morris Heilbron and Basil Lythgoe29 August 1939
RR/69/279Referee's report by Ian Morris Heilbron, on a paper 'The differential effect of synthetic growth substances and other compounds upon plant species II. Seed germination and early growth responses to some arylcarbamic esters and related compounds' by W G Templeman and W A Sexton1945
RR/71/73Referee's report by Felix Eugen Fritsch, on a paper 'Fertilization, including chemotactic phenomena in the Fucaceae' by Alan Hugh Cook, J A Elvidge and Ian Morris Heilbron[1948]
RR/49/26Referee's report by Ian Morris Heilbron, on a paper 'Physico-chemical studies of complex organic molecules. Part II.— Absorption spectra at low temperatures' by Frank Philip Bowden and S D D Morris[February 1934]
RR/49/29Referee's report by Ian Morris Heilbron, on a paper 'Physico-chemical studies of complex organic molecules. Part I.— Monochromatic irradiation' by Frank Philip Bowden and C P Snow[February 1934]
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