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Authorised form of nameBamford; Clement Henry (1912 - 1999)
Dates1912 - 1999
NationalityBritish
Place of birthStafford, Staffordshire, England
Date of birth10/10/1912
Date of death07/11/1999
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election19/03/1964
Age at election51
SourcesObituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 2004 vol 50 pp 1-13, plate, by W J Feast
Royal Society codeNA3927
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1964/02Bamford, Clement Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society
RR/70/16Referee's report by Harry Work Melville, on a paper 'Studies in polymerization - II. A method for investigating the relation between the molecular weights and intrinsic viscosities of polymers, and its application to polystyrene' by Clement Henry Bamford and Michael James Stewart Dewar1947
RR/71/18Referee's report by Ronald George Wreyford Norrish, on a paper 'Studies in polymerization - III. The polymerization of methyl methacrylate' by Clement Henry Bamford and Michael James Stewart Dewar[1948]
RR/69/9Referee's report by Harry Work Melville, on a paper 'Studies in polymerization. I. A method for determining the velocity constants in polymerization reactions and its application to styrene' by Clement Henry Bamford and Michael James Stewart DewarJanuary 1947
RR/71/17Referee's report by Eric Keightley Rideal, on a paper 'The autoxidation of tetralin' by Clement Henry Bamford and Michael James Stewart Dewar[1948]
RR/71/20Letter from Harry Work Melville, to David Christie Martin, regarding a paper 'Studies in polymerization - III. The polymerization of methyl methacrylate' by Clement Henry Bamford and Michael James Stewart Dewar29 November 1948
IM/GA/SGRS/8366Bamford, Clement Henry1985
RR/71/19Referee's report by Harry Work Melville, on a paper 'Studies in polymerization - III. The polymerization of methyl methacrylate' by Clement Henry Bamford and Michael James Stewart Dewar [1948]
RR/73/96Referee's report by Harold Warris Thompson, on a paper 'The structure of synthetic polypeptides. I. X-ray investigation' by Clement Henry Bamford, W E Hanby and F Happey10 May 1950
RR/73/98Referee's report by William Thomas Astbury, on a paper 'The structure of synthetic polypeptides. I. X-ray investigation' by Clement Henry Bamford, W E Hanby and F Happey5 July 1950
RR/73/97Letter from William Thomas Astbury, on two papers by Clement Henry Bamford, W E Hanby and F Happey to the Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society [D C Martin]5 July 1950
RR/73/109Referee's report by Harold Warris Thompson, on a paper 'Kinetic studies on carbohydrates in alkaline conditions. I. The kinetics of the autoxidation of glucose. Section. A. Steady state experiments. Sect. B. Non-steady state experiments' by Clement Henry Bamford and J R Collins15 June 1950
RR/73/108Referee's report by Eric Keightley Rideal, on a paper 'Kinetic studies on carbohydrates in alkaline conditions. I. The kinetics of the autoxidation of glucose. Section. A. Steady state experiments. Sect. B. Non-steady state experiments' by Clement Henry Bamford and J R Collins11 May 1950
RR/73/110Referee's report by Eric Keightley Rideal, on a paper 'Kinetic studies on carbohydrates in alkaline conditions. II. The kinetics of the rearrangement of glucose and fructose in alkaline solution' by Clement Henry Bamford and J R Collins11 May 1950
RR/73/111Referee's report by Harold Warris Thompson, on a paper 'Kinetic studies on carbohydrates in alkaline conditions. II. The kinetics of the rearrangement of glucose and fructose in alkaline solution' by Clement Henry Bamford and J R Collins15 June 1950
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