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Authorised form of nameAdair; Gilbert Smithson (1896 - 1979)
SurnameAdair
ForenamesGilbert Smithson
Dates1896 - 1979
NationalityBritish
Place of birthWhitehaven, Cumberland, England
Date of birth21 September 1896
Place of deathCambridge
Date of death22/06/1979
ActivityCareer:
Assistant Director of Research in Physiology, Cambridge.
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election16/03/1939
SourcesSources:
DNB
Obituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1981 vol 27 pp 1-27, plate, by P Johnson and Max Ferdinand Perutz
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/108147118193726340874
Royal Society codeNA5947
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1939/01Adair, Gilbert Smithson: certificate of election to the Royal Society
RR/32/4Referee's report by Archibald Vivian Hill, on a paper 'On the osmotic pressure of haemoglobin and the absence of salts' by Gilbert Smithson AdairApril 1925
RR/32/3Referee's report by Archibald Vivian Hill, on a paper 'A critical study of the direct method of meaning the osmotic pressure of proteins' by Gilbert Smithson AdairApril 1925
RR/35/1Referee's report by George Barger, on a paper 'A theory of partial osmotic pressures and membrane equilibria, with special reference to the application of Dalton's Law to haemoglobin solutions in the presence of salts' by Gilbert Smithson AdairOctober 1927
RR/35/2Referee's report by Frederick George Donnan, on a paper 'A theory of partial osmotic pressures and membrane equilibria, with special reference to the application of Dalton's Law to haemoglobin solutions in the presence of salts' by Gilbert Smithson Adair11 January 1928
RR/32/1Referee's report by Frederick George Donnan, on a paper 'A theory of partial osmotic pressures and membrane equilibria, with special reference to the application of Dalton's Law to haemoglobin solutions in the presence of salts' by Gilbert Smithson AdairMay 1925
RR/32/2Referee's report by Archibald Vivian Hill, on a paper 'A theory of partial osmotic pressures and membrane equilibria, with special reference to the application of Dalton's Law to haemoglobin solutions in the presence of salts' by Gilbert Smithson AdairApril 1925
RR/57/67Referee's report by Rudolph Albert Peters, on a paper 'The densities of protein crystals and the hydration of proteins' by Gilbert Smithson Adair and M E Adair[April 1936]
RR/70/68Referee's report by Gilbert Smithson Adair, on a paper 'A rapid method for determining diffusion constants in solution' by Charles Alfred Coulson, J T Cox, Alexander George Ogston and J St L Philpot1947
RR/67/186Referee's report by Gilbert Smithson Adair, on a paper 'The electrical polarization of frog skin by direct currents' by O GattyAugust 1940
RR/69/2Referee's report by Eric Keightley Rideal, on a paper 'The density increments of proteins' by Gilbert Smithson Adair and M E Adair1946
RR/71/226Referee's report by Gilbert Smithson Adair, on a paper 'The Gouy diffusiometer by Alexander George Ogston1948
RR/39/1Referee's report by Arthur John Allmand, on a paper 'The thermodynamic analysis of the observed osmotic pressures of protein salts in solutions of finite concentration' by Gilbert Smithson Adair[September 1929]
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