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Authorised form of nameMills; Edmund James (1840 - 1921)
SurnameMills
ForenamesEdmund James
Dates1840 - 1921
Dates and placesBirth:
London (08 December 1840)
Death:
21 April 1921
ActivityEducation:
Cheltenham; Royal School of Mines, London. DSc
Career:
Assistant to John Stenhouse (FRS 1848) (1861); Tutor in Chemistry, Glasgow University (1862-1865); Assistant Chemical Examiner, University of London; Professor of Technical Chemistry, Glasgow (1875); resigned (1891)
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
4/06/1874
RelationshipsSon of Charles and Mary Anne Mills; married Amelia, daughter of William Burnett of London
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Royal Society codeNA6434
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1874/12Mills, Edmund James: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/Maull/003104Mills, Edmund Jamesnd
AP/61/12On Melting Point 1881
AP/52/9On the Chemical Activity of Nitrate1870
AP/61/14Researches on Chemical Equivalence - Part 5 1881
AP/61/13Researches on Chemical Equivalence - Part 4 1881
NLB/14/554Copy letter from Theodore E James, to Edmund James Mills, [Fellow of the Royal Society], Glasgow27 March 1897
NLB/14/576Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor Edmund James Mills, Fellow of the Royal Society1 April 1897
NLB/18/609Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Dr E J Mills, Fellow of the Royal Society10 April 1899
NLB/26/530Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to, Professor Edward James Mills, Fellow of the Royal Society, 11 Greenhill Road, Harrow7 April 1903
NLB/28/809Copy letter from Theodore E James, to Messrs Harrison & Sons, 46 St Martin's Lane, W.C.27 May 1904
NLB/36/593Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor Edmund James Mills, Fellow of the Royal Society19 November 1907
NLB/41/315Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Dr Edmund James Mills, Fellow of the Royal Society19 November 1909
RR/7/44Referee's report by Warren De La Rue, on a paper 'On the chemical activity of nitrates' by Edmund James Mills21 October 1870
RR/7/113Referee's report by Augustus George Vernon Harcourt, on a paper 'On the chemical activity of nitrates' by Edmund James Mills1871
RR/7/114Letter from George Gabriel Stokes, on a paper 'On the chemical activity of nitrates' by Edmund James Mills to the author21 February 1871
RR/9/76Referee's report by James Dewar, on a paper 'On melting point' by Edmund James Mills22 February 1882
RR/9/74Referee's report by Heinrich Debus, on a paper 'On melting point' by Edmund James Mills15 February 1882
RR/9/75Letter from James Dewar, on a paper 'On melting point' by Edmund James Mills to the Secretary of the Royal Society22 February 1882
RR/9/72Referee's report by Augustus George Vernon Harcourt, on a paper 'Researches on chemical equivalence. Part IV and V' by Edmund James Mills31 December 1882
RR/9/73Referee's report by James Dewar, on a paper 'Researches on chemical equivalence. Part IV and V' by Edmund James Mills1 January 1882
RR/7/115Letter from Edmund James Mills, on his paper 'On the chemical activity of nitrates' to the Secretary of the Royal Society30 November 1871
RR/7/116Letter from Edmund James Mills, on his paper 'On the chemical activity of nitrates' to the Secretary of the Royal Society10 December 1871
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