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Authorised form of nameNewitt; Dudley Maurice (1894 - 1980)
SurnameNewitt
ForenamesDudley Maurice
Dates1894 - 1980
Dates and placesBirth:
28 April 1894
Death:
14 March 1980
ActivityEducation:
MC, DSc (London)
Honours:
MC 1918
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
19/03/1942
Medals/Prizes:
Rumford Medal 1962
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Obituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1981 vol 27 pp 365-378, plate, by A R Ubbelohde
References:
J S Rowlinson, 'The war time work of Hinshelwood and his colleagues' in NR 2004 vol 58 pp 161-175
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/14469613
Royal Society codeNA2228
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
PB/4/8/31Correspondence with Dudley M Newit re reported invention1942
IM/GA/WRS/8337Newitt, Dudley Mauricend
IM/GA/WS/1278Newitt, Dudley Mauricend
RR/33/22Referee's report by Harold Baily Dixon, on a paper 'New experiments upon the combustion of well-dried carbon monoxide and oxygen mixtures. Part II' by William Arthur Bone, R P Fraser and Dudley Maurice NewittFebruary 1926
RR/35/17Referee's report by Harold Baily Dixon, on a paper 'Gaseous combustion at high pressures. Part IX.—The influence of pressure upon the "explosion limits" of inflammable gas-air, etc., mixtures' by William Arthur Bone, Dudley Maurice Newitt and C M Smith2 December 1927
RR/46/41Referee's report by Gilbert Thomas Morgan, on a paper 'The slow combustion of ethane at high pressures' by Dudley Maurice Newitt and A M Bloch21 January 1933
RR/46/39Referee's report by Gilbert Thomas Morgan, on a paper 'Gaseous combustion at high presures, Part XVI:— Nitric oxide formation in continuous high-pressure flames of carbonic oxide in oxygen-nitrogen atmospheres' by Dudley Maurice Newitt and Frank G Lamont[October 1932]
RR/46/40Referee's report by Henry Thomas Tizard, on a paper 'The slow combustion of ethane at high pressures' by Dudley Maurice Newitt and A M Bloch[December 1932]
RR/28/65Referee's report by Harold Baily Dixon, on a paper 'Gaseous combustion at high pressures. Part III.-The energy absorbing function and activation of nitrogen in the combustion of carbon monoxide' by William Arthur Bone, Dudley Maurice Newitt and Donald T A Townend[March 1923]
RR/56/53Referee's report by Cyril Norman Hinshelwood, on a paper 'The oxidation of aromatic hydrocarbons at high pressures. I— Benzene. II— Toluene. III— Ethyl Benzene' by Dudley Maurice Newitt and J H Burgoyne[September 1935]
RR/72/15Referee's report by Dudley Maurice Newitt, on a paper 'The slow oxidation of gaseous methyl ethyl ketone' by J Bardwell and Cyril Norman Hinshelwood1949
RR/69/313Second referee's report by Dudley Maurice Newitt 'The mechanism of the catalytic oxidation of ethylene - I. Experiments using a flow system' by G H Twigg1945
RR/67/218Referee's report by Francis Arthur Freeth, on a paper 'Two-phase equilibrium in binary and ternary systems II. The system methane-ethylene III. The system methane-ethane-ethylene' by M Guter, Dudley Maurice Newitt and M Ruhemann8 June 1940
RR/68/108Referee's report by Francis Arthur Freeth, on a paper 'Two-phase equilibrium in binary and ternary systems IV. The system ethane-propylene' by Hui Lu, Dudley Maurice Newitt and M Ruhemann29 April 1941
RR/69/312Referee's report by Dudley Maurice Newitt 'The mechanism of the catalytic oxidation of ethylene - I. Experiments using a flow system' by G H Twigg1945
RR/70/149Referee's report by Dudley Maurice Newitt, on a paper 'The detonation of solid explosives: the equilibrium conditions in the detonation wave-front and the adiabatic expansion of the products of detonation' by Harry Jones and A R Miller1947
NLB/68/68Copy letter from James Hopwood Jeans, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor [Owen Willans] Richardson, FRS8 May 1925
NLB/65/928Copy letter from James Hopwood Jeans, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Lord Rayleigh [Robert John Strutt], FRS31 January 1924
IM/003254Newitt, Dudley Mauricend
RR/51/52Referee's report by Cyril Norman Hinshelwood, on a paper 'Slow oxidations at high pressures I—Methane and ethane, II—Methyl alcohol, ethyl alcohol, acetaldehyde, and acetic acid' by Dudley Maurice Newitt and P Szego[September 1934]
RR/43/140Referee's report by Henry Thomas Tizard, on a paper 'The thermal decomposition of gaseous diethyl ether at high pressures' by Dudley Maurice Newitt and M A Vernon7 August 1931
RR/43/139Referee's report by Henry Thomas Tizard, on a paper 'The formation of methyl alcohol and formaldehyde in the slow combustion of methane at high pressures' by Dudley Maurice Newitt and A E HaffnerAugust 1931
RR/45/39Referee's report by Gilbert Thomas Morgan, on a paper 'Gaseous combustion at high pressures, Part XIV. Explosions of hydrogen-air and carbonic oxide-air mixtures at initial pressures up to 1000 atmospheres' by William Arthur Bone, Dudley Maurice Newitt and [Donald Thomas Alfred] Townend[October 1932]
RR/56/52Referee's report by Alfred Charles Glyn Egerton, on a paper 'The initial formation of alcohols during the slow combustion of methane and ethane at atmospheric pressure' by Dudley Maurice Newitt and J B Gardner[December 1935]
RR/71/169Referee's report by Dudley Maurice Newitt, on a paper 'Splashes from underwater explosions' by H Kolsky, J P Lewis, M T Sampson, A C Shearman and C I Snow[1948]
RR/30/12Referee's report by Harold Baily Dixon, on a paper 'Gaseous combustion at high pressures. Part IV.—The influence of varying initial pressures upon the rate of pressure development and the activation of nitrogen in carbon monoxide-air explosions' by William Arthur Bone, Dudley Maurice Newitt and D T A Townend11 February 1924
RR/66/44Memoranda, on two papers 'The combustion of aromatic and alicyclic hydrocarbons. III. Ignition and cool-flame characteristics' by J H Burgoyne, T L Tang and Dudley Maurice Newitt, and 'The combustion of aromatic and alicyclic hydrocarbons. IV. The kinetics of the slow combustion of benzene and its mono-alkyl derivatives at low temperatures' by J H Burgoyne5 November 1939
EC/1942/13Newitt, Dudley Maurice: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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