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Authorised form of nameRigg; Robert (1792 - 1861)
SurnameRigg
ForenamesRobert
Dates1792 - 1861
Dates and placesBirth:
03 June 1792
Death:
26 February 1861
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
25/04/1839
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Royal Society codeNA2868
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1839/23Rigg, Robert: certificate of election to the Royal Society
AP/27/8Experimental evidence in support of the secretion of Carbon by Animals1844
AP/22/15On the Ultimate Ananlysis of Organic Compounds1838
AP/28/19Experiments relative to animal temperature, showing that there must be some source of animal heat besides, the combustion of the carbon and the hydrogen contained in the food of animals 26 May 1846
AP/27/20On the Formation or Secretion of Alkaline and Earthly Bodies by Animals January 1845
AP/23/16An Experimental Enquiry into the influence of Nitrogen in promoting vegetable decomposition and the connexion of this process with the growth of plantsMarch 1839
AP/23/18Additional Experiments on the fermentation of Alkaline & Earthy Bodies by chemical action when carbonic acid is presentJune 1839
AP/23/17Experiments in the chemical constitution of several bodies which undergo vinous fermentation and on certain results of that chemical action1839
RR/1/201Referee's report by Charles Giles Bridle Daubeny, on a paper 'Experiments on the chemical constitution of several bodies which undergo the vinous fermentation, and on certain results of the chemical action' by Robert Rigg2 July 1836
RR/1/200Referee's report by the Committee of Chemistry, on a paper 'An experimental inquiry into the formation of alkaline and earthy bodies, with reference to their presence in plants, the influence of carbonic acid in their generation, and the equilibrium of this gas in the atmosphere' by Robert Rigg8 May 1839
RR/1/204Referee's report by George Leith Roupell, on a paper 'Experiments relative to animal temperature, showing that there must be some source of animal heat besides the combustion of the carbon and the hydrogen contained in the food of animals' by Robert Rigg25 June 1846
RR/1bis/39Letter from Robert Rigg, regarding a paper 'An experimental inquiry into the influence nitrogen on the growth of plants' by Robert Rigg2 August 1838
RR/1bis/38Referee's report by an unknown referee [Thomas Mecham], on a paper 'An experimental inquiry into the influence nitrogen on the growth of plants' by Robert Rigg[1838]
RR/1bis/37Referee's report by William Hasledine Pepys, on a paper 'An experimental inquiry into the influence nitrogen on the growth of plants' by Robert Rigg13 July 1838
RR/1/202Letter from Robert Rigg, on his paper 'A statement of experiments showing that carbon and nitrogen are compound bodies, and are made by plants during their growth' to the Royal Society1 June 1843
RR/1/203Referee's report by George Owen Rees, on a paper 'Experiments relative to animal temperature, showing that there must be some source of animal heat besides the combustion of the carbon and the hydrogen contained in the food of animals' by Robert Rigg27 October 1846
MS/426/1Copy letter from Lord Northampton [Spencer Joshua Alwyne Compton] President of the Royal Society, to Robert Rigg, Esq FRS, 2 Chatham Place, Walworth19 December 1840
AP/23/15An Experiment into the formation of Alkaline and Earthly Bodies with reference to their presence in plants, the influence of carbonic acid in their generation , and the equilibrium of this gas in the atmosphereJanuary 1839
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