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Authorised form of nameLewis; William Cudmore McCullagh (1885 - 1956)
Dates1885 - 1956
Date of birth29 June 1885
Date of death11/02/1956
Research fieldPhysical chemistry
ActivityCareer:
Brunner Professor of Physical Chemistry, Liverpool
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election06/05/1926
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Obituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1958 vol 4 pp 193-203, plate, by C E H Bawn
Royal Society codeNA727
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1926/19Lewis, William Cudmore McCullagh: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/002738Lewis, William Cudmore McCullaghnd
NLB/48/437Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to [William Cudmore McCullagh] Lewis, Chemical Laboratory, University College4 July 1913
RR/43/50Referee's report by William Cudmore McCullagh Lewis, on a paper 'The molecular statistics of an enzyme action' by John Burdon Sanderson HaldaneJune 1931
RR/60/18Referee's report by William Cudmore McCullagh Lewis, on a paper 'A theory of electrokinetic effects in solution; reactions between ions' by E A Moelwyn-HughesMarch 1936
RR/53/83Referee's report by William Cudmore McCullagh Lewis, on a paper 'The sorption of vapours by ferric oxide gel. I. Aliphatic alcohols' by Alexander Graham Foster[June 1934]
RR/55/27Referee's report by William Cudmore McCullagh Lewis, on a paper 'Acid catalysis in non-aqueous solvents. II. The rearrangement of N-bromacetanilide in chlorobenzene catalysed by trichloracetic acid' by R P Bell and R V H LevingeMay 1935
RR/66/120Referee's report by Samuel Sugden, on a paper 'The effect of electrolytes upon the interfacial tension between water and dekalin (trans- decahydronaphthalene)' by W L Guest and William Cudmore Mccullagh Lewis[March 1939]
RR/36/92Referee's report by William Cudmore McCullagh Lewis, on a paper 'The dielectric constants of ammonia, phosphine and arsine' by Herbert Edmeston Watson[August 1927]
RR/57/17Referee's report by William Cudmore McCullagh Lewis, on a paper 'Studies on thixotropic gelation - II—The coagulation of clay suspensions' by J L Russell3 February 1936
NLB/67/254Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor [Edward Charles Cyril] Baly, CBE, FRS21 November 1924
NLB/70/522Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr [William Cudmore] McCullagh Lewis, FRS28 April 1927
RR/47/55Referee's report by William Cudmore McCullagh Lewis, on a paper 'On the surface potentials of unimolecular films of ergosterol.— The photochemical formation of vitamin D' by Russel J FosbinderJuly 1932
RR/60/19Referee's report by William Cudmore McCullagh Lewis, on a paper 'A theory of electro-kinetic effects in solution; reactions between ions and polar molecules' by E A Moelwyn-Hughes 19 July 1936
RR/73/102Letter from William Cudmore McCullagh Lewis, on a paper 'Kinetic salt effects on the inversion of sucrose' by Edward Armand Guggenheim and Leonard Albert Wiseman to D C Martin, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society4 May 1950
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