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Authorised form of nameArmstrong; Edward Frankland (1878 - 1945); chemist
SurnameArmstrong
ForenamesEdward Frankland
Dates1878 - 1945
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
London, England (05 September 1878)
Death:
London (14 December 1945)
ActivityResearch Field:
Chemistry
Education:
DSc (Lond); PhD (Berlin)
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
13/05/1920
Council:
VP 1942-1943
RelationshipsSon of Henry Edward Armstrong (FRS 1876)
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DSB
Obituaries:
Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society 1945-1948 vol 5 pp 619-633, plate, by C S Gibson and T P Hilditch
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/32779880
Royal Society codeNA2904
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
RR/16/139Referee's report by Horace Tabberer Brown, on four papers 'Studies on enzyme action. II.--The rate of the change, conditioned by sucroclastic enzymes, and its bearing on the Law of Mass Action' and ''Studies on enzyme action. III.--The influence of the products of change on the rate of change conditioned by sucroclastic enzymes' by Henry Edward Armstrong, 'Studies on enzyme action. IV.--The sucroclastic action of acids as contrasted with that of enzymes' by Edward Frankland Armstrong and Robert John Caldwell and 'Enzyme action as bearing on the validity of the Ionic-Dissociation Hypothesis and on the phenomena of vital change' by Henry Edward Armstrong10 May 1904
NLB/35/386Copy letter from Joseph Larmor, to Professor Henry Edward Armstrong and Dr Edward Frankland Armstrong30 May 1907
NLB/37/239Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Dr E F Armstong, 98 London Road, Reading19 February 1908
NLB/37/322Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Messrs Harrison & Sons, St Martin's Lane, WC2 March 1908
RR/17/115Referee's report by Horace Tabberer Brown, on 'Studies on enzyme action. X. — The nature of enzymes' by Henry Edward Armstrong and Edward Frankland Armstrong[May 1907]
RR/18/4Referee's report by Horace Tabbeler Brown, on a paper 'On the origins of osmotic effects III' by Henry Edward Armstrong and Edward Frankland Armstrong1 May 1910
RR/19/5Referee's report by Horace Tabberer Brown, on a paper 'Studies on enzyme action. XVII.—Enzymes of the emulsin type. (II) The distribution of ß-enzymes in plants' by Henry Edward Armstrong, Edward Frankland Armstrong and Edward Horton[April 1912]
RR/19/4Referee's report by Horace Tabberer Brown, on a paper 'Studies on enzyme action. XVI.—The enzymes of emulsin. (I) Prunase, the correlate of prunasin' by Henry Edward Armstrong, Edward Frankland Armstrong and Edward Horton[April 1912]
RR/19/7Referee's report by James Walker, on a paper 'Studies on the processes operative in solutions (XXX) and on enzyme action (XX).—The nature of enzymes and of their action as hydrolytic agents' by Henry Edward Armstrong and Edward Frankland Armstrong[October 1912]
RR/26/81Referee's report by Edward Frankland Armstrong, on a paper 'The action of ammonia and of amino-compounds on reducing sugars. I - The action of ammonia on dextrose ad laevulose' by Arthur R Ling and Dinshaw Rattonji Nanji[December 1921]
NLB/58/386Copy letter from William Bate Hardy, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. [Edward Frankland] Armstrong, FRS28 April 1920
RR/35/118Referee's report by Edward Frankland Armstrong, on a paper 'A study of the catalysis by nickel of the union of hydrogen and oxygen by a new method' by D R Hughes and R C BevanAugust 1927
NLB/71/508Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to [Edward Frankland] Armstrong, FRS19 June 1928
NLB/59/458Copy letter from Edwin Deller, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to the Secretary of the Society of Chemical Industry5 October 1920
RR/37/46Referee's report by Edward Frankland Armstrong, on two papers 'A new interference method of measuring the surface area of film catalysts. Part I.—The theory' and 'A new interference method of measuring the surface area of film catalysts.—Part II. Nickel—A method of preparation of the film, and an apparatus for activation, and study of the surface area' by F ConstableMarch 1928
RR/69/257Referee's report by Edward Frankland Armstrong, on a paper 'Red sandstones. An experimental study of the conditions under which they may be formed' by Robert John Strutt, Lord Rayleigh27 July 1945
RR/32/8Referee's report by George Gerald Henderson, on a paper 'A study of catalytic actions at solid surfaces. Part XIII - Some factors controlling selective hydrogenation, with particular reference to certain terpene derivatives' by Edward Frankland Armstrong and Thomas Percy HilditchMarch 1925
RR/41/27Referee's report by Edward Frankland Armstrong, on a paper 'Explosions of mixtures of acetylene and electrolytic gas' by William Arthur Bone, R P Fraser, and F Lake15 November 1930
RR/20/7Referee's report by Horace Tabberer Brown, on a paper 'Herbage Studies II - Variation in Lotus corniculatus and trifolium repens (Cyanophoric plants)' by Henry Edward Armstrong, Edward Frankland Armstrong and Edward Horton17 January 1913
NLB/60/287Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. [Edward Frankland] Armstrong, FRS13 January 1921
NLB/62/58Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. [Edward Frankland] Armstrong, FRS24 November 1921
NLB/64/520Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. [Edward Frankland] Armstrong, FRS01 May 1923
NLB/57/881Copy letter from unknown correspondent; to unknown correspondent26 February 1920
RR/69/66Memorandum from Alfred Charles Glyn Egerton, on a paper 'Studies on silk proteins I. The properties and constitution of fibroin. The conversion of fibroin into a water-soluble form and its bearing on the phenomenon of denaturation' by D Coleman and F O Howitt to Edward Frankland Armstrong22 February 1945
NLB/63/2Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. [Edward Frankland] Armstrong, FRS10 June 1922
NLB/67/454Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr [Edward Frankland] Armstrong, FRS2 January 1925
NLB/69/190Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Prof. [Edward Frankland] Armstrong, FRS25 January 1926
NLB/71/392Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. [Edward Frankland] Armstrong FRS, British Dyestuffs Corporation, Ltd, Hexagon House, Blackley, Manchester1 May 1928
NLB/73/220Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to the Secretary, Imperial Chemical Industries. 11 March 1931
EC/1920/01Armstrong, Edward Frankland: certificate of election to the Royal Society
RR/20/5Referee's report by William Maddock Bayliss, on a paper 'Studies on the processes operative in solutions (XXX) and on enzyme action (XX) - The nature of enzymes and of their action as hydrolytic agents' by Edward Frankland Armstrong and Henry Edward ArmstrongJune 1913
RR/19/8Referee's report by William Augustus Tilden, on a paper 'Studies on the processes operative in solutions (XXX) and on enzyme action (XX).—The nature of enzymes and of their action as hydrolytic agents' by Henry Edward Armstrong and Edward Frankland Armstrong18 October 1912
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