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Authorised form of nameMaass; Otto (1890 - 1961)
Dates1890 - 1961
Date of birth08 July 1890
Date of death03/07/1961
ActivityCareer:
MacDonald Professor of Physical Chemistry
Honours:
CBE 1946
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election14/03/1940
SourcesObituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1963 vol 9 pp 183-204, plate, by E A Flood
References:
D C Martin, 'Visit by the Assistant Secretary to some North American Scientific Institutions' in NR 1952 vol 9 pp 356-364
R W Home, 'The Royal Society and the Empire: the colonial and Commonwealth Fellowship. Part 2. After 1847' in NR 2003 vol 57 pp 47-84
Royal Society codeNA2454
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1940/14Maass, Otto: certificate of election to the Royal Society
RR/34/50Referee's report by Sydney Chapman, on a paper 'Gas law based on molecular dimensions and molecular forces' by Otto Maass17 April 1926
RR/34/51Referee's report by Richard Tetley Glazebrook, on a paper 'Some thermal constants of solid and liquid carbon dioxide' by Otto Maass and W H Barnes8 March 1926
RR/34/49Referee's report by Ralph Howard Fowler, on a paper 'Gas law based on molecular dimensions and molecular forces' by Otto Maass[April 1926]
RR/36/7Referee's report by Thomas Martin Lowry, on a paper 'An investigation of aqueous solutions of sulphur dioxide' by C E Maass and Otto Maass17 October 1927
RR/58/65Referee's report by Samuel Sugden, on a paper 'The persistence of the liquid state of aggregation above the critical temperature. The system ethylene' by Otto Maass and A L GeddesJuly 1936
RR/58/67Referee's report by Robert Whytlaw-Gray, on a paper 'The persistence of the liquid state of aggregation above the critical temperature. The system ethylene' by Otto Maass and A L Geddes8 October 1936
RR/36/8Referee's report by James Charles Philip, on a paper 'An investigation of aqueous solutions of sulphur dioxide' by C E Maass and Otto Maass29 October 1927
RR/58/66Second referee's report by Robert Whytlaw-Gray, on a paper 'The persistence of the liquid state of aggregation above the critical temperature. The system ethylene' by Otto Maass and A L Geddes26 February 1937
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