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Authorised form of nameEvans; Meredith Gwynne (1904 - 1952)
SurnameEvans
ForenamesMeredith Gwynne
Dates1904 - 1952
Dates and placesBirth:
02 December 1904
Death:
25 December 1952
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
20/03/1947
SourcesObituaries:
Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society 1952-1953 vol 8 pp 395-409, plate, by H W Melville
References:
Sir Aaron Klug OM FRS, 'Address at the Service of Thanksgiving for the life of George Porter OM FRS' in NR 2003 vol 57 pp 261-264
Royal Society codeNA438
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1947/10Evans, Meredith Gwynne: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/GA/WS/3426Evans, Meredith Gwynnend
RR/72/194Referee's report by Meredith Gwynne Evans, on a paper 'Studies in copolymerization. Parts I and II' by Harry Work Melville and L Valentine1949
RR/43/22Referee's report by Eric Keightley Rideal, on a paper 'The sorption process in the zeolite chabazite' by Meredith Gwynne EvansJuly 1931
RR/72/264Referee's report by Meredith Gwynne Evans, on a paper 'The non-planar vibrations of some substituted ethylenes and related compounds' by P Torkington1949
RR/72/136Referee's report by Meredith Gwynne Evans, on a paper 'The thermal degradation of polyvinyl compounds. I. A new type of molecular still' by N Grassie and Harry Work Melville1949
RR/72/220Referee's report by Meredith Gwynne Evans, on a paper 'The molecular orbital theory of chemical valency. V. The structure of water and similar molecules' by John Anthony Pople1949
RR/72/146Referee's report by Meredith Gwynne Evans, on a paper 'The molecular orbital theory of chemical valency. III. Properties of molecular orbitals' by G G Hall and John Edward Lennard-Jones1949
RR/69/43Referee's report by Alfred Charles Glyn Egerton, on a paper 'The rate of evaporation of droplets. Evaporation and diffusion coefficients, and vapour pressures of dibutyl phthalate and butyl stearate' by R S Bradley, Meredith Gwynne Evans and Robert Whytlaw-Gray1945
RR/70/23Referee's report by Meredith Gwynne Evans, on a paper 'Intensities of vibration bands. I. Bending vibrations of benzene derivatives and the dipole of the C-H link' by Ronald Percy Bell, Harold Warris Thompson and Eva E Vago1947
RR/72/145Referee's report by Meredith Gwynne Evans, 'The molecular orbital theory of chemical valency. VI. Properties of equivalent orbitals' by G G Hall1949
RR/71/137Referee's report by Meredith Gwynne Evans, on a paper 'The catalytic decomposition of simple heterocyclic compounds II. Reaction kinetics and mechanism' by R H Griffith, J D F Marsh and W B S Newling[1948]
RR/71/13Referee's report by Meredith Gwynne Evans, on a paper 'The catalytic decomposition of simple heterocyclic compounds - I. Preparation and properties of molybdenum sulphide and nickel sulphide catalysts' by E H M Badger, R H Griffith and W B S Newling[1948]
RR/72/179Referee's report by Meredith Gwynne Evans, on a paper 'The molecular orbital theory of chemical valency. IV. The significance of equivalent orbitals' by John Edward Lennard-Jones and John Anthony Pople1949
RR/71/87Referee's report by Meredith Gwynne Evans, on a paper 'Influence of chlorine substitution on the rate of oxidation of paraffin hydrocarbons' by C F Cullis, Cyril Norman Hinshelwood and M F R Mulcahy3 September 1948
RR/72/135Referee's report by Meredith Gwynne Evans, on a paper 'The thermal degradation of polyvinyl compounds. II. The degradation of benzoyl peroxide catalyzed polymethyl methacrylates' by N Grassie and Harry Work Melville1949
RR/71/181Referee's report by Meredith Gwynne Evans, on a paper 'The molecular orbital theory of chemical valency II. Equivalent orbitals in molecules of known symmetry' by John Edward Lennard-Jones[1948]
RR/71/180Referee's report by Meredith Gwynne Evans, on a paper 'The molecular orbital theory of chemical valency I. The determination of molecular orbitals' by John Edward Lennard-Jones3 September 1948
RR/71/186Referee's report by Meredith Gwynne Evans, on a paper 'The strengths of certain covalent metal bonds' by L H Long and Ronald George Wreyford Norrish21 June 1948
RR/72/246Referee's report by Meredith Gwynne Evans, on a paper 'The kinetics of the thermal decomposition of normal paraffin hydrocarbons - I. The inhibition of chains and the nature of the residual reaction' by F J Stubbs and Cyril Norman Hinshelwood1949
RR/72/24Referee's report by Meredith Gwynne Evans, on a paper 'Kinetics of the base-catalyzed halogenation of some ketones and esters' by Ronald Percy Bell, E Gelles and Eva Möller1949
RR/72/134Referee's report by Meredith Gwynne Evans, on a paper 'The thermal degradation of polyvinyl compounds - III. The effect of inhibitors and end groups on the degradation of polymethyl methacrylate' by N Grassie and Harry Work Melville1949
RR/72/133Referee's report by Meredith Gwynne Evans, on a paper 'The thermal degradation of polyvinyl compounds IV. The thermal degradation of the methyl methacrylate copolymers with glycol dimethacrylate and acrylonitrile' by N Grassie and Harry Work Melville1949
RR/72/245Referee's report by Meredith Gwynne Evans, on a paper 'The kinetics of the thermal decomposition of normal paraffin hydrocarbons II. Comparative measurements on the series from propane to n-decane' by F J Stubbs and Cyril Norman Hinshelwood1949
IM/001325Evans, Meredith Gwynend
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