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Authorised form of nameCannizzaro; Stanislao (1826 - 1910)
SurnameCannizzaro
ForenamesStanislao
Dates1826 - 1910
NationalityItalian
Dates and placesBirth:
Palermo, Sicily, Italy (13 July 1826)
Death:
Rome, Italy (10 May 1910)
ActivityResearch Field:
Chemistry
Education:
Palermo
Career:
Artillery Officer (during the Sicilian revolution); escaped to Marseilles then went to Paris; Professor of Physical Chemistry, National College, Alexandria (1851); Professor of Chemistry, Geneva (1855); Professor of Inorganic and Organic Chemistry, Palermo (1861); Profession of Chemistry, Rome (1871); researched atomic and molecular weights; Italian Senator; Member of Council of Public Instruction
Royal Society activityMembership:
Foreign Member
Election Date:
5/12/1889
Medals/Prizes:
Copley Medal 1891
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DSB
References:
Sir Harold Hartley, 'Stanislao Cannizzaro, FRS (1826-1910) and the First International Chemical Conference at Karlsruhe in 1860' in NR 1966 vol 21 pp 56-63
Royal Society codeNA2862
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1889/18Cannizzaro, Stanislao: certificate of election to the Royal Society
M/040Cannizzaro, Stanislao? 1896
IM/005677Cannizzaro, Stanislaond
NLB/5/789Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Sir Henry Roscoe, Fellow of the Royal Society13 October 1891
NLB/5/855Copy letter from Archibald Geikie, to Professor Stanislao Cannizzaro, Foreign Member of the Royal Society5 November 1891
NLB/5/857Copy letter from Michael Foster, to the Honorable Sir C W Fremantle5 November 1891
NLB/5/959Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Professor Michael Foster, [Royal Society]23 November 1891
NLB/5/673Copy letter from Theodore E James to Dr Hugo Müller, Fellow of the Royal Society1 September 1891
NLB/13/685Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Dr Edward Frankland, Foreign Secretary, Royal Society4 November 1896
NLB/17/632Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Monsieur Giuseppe Fanchietti, 55 Torrington Square, W.C. 28 November 1898
NLB/7/97Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Professor Stanislao Cannizzaro, Rome29 November 1892
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