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Authorised form of namePrice; Thomas Slater (1875 - 1949)
SurnamePrice
ForenamesThomas Slater
Dates1875 - 1949
Dates and placesBirth:
24 August 1875
Death:
29 October 1949
ActivityResearch Field:
Physical chemistry
Education:
DSc (Lond, Birm); PhD (Leip)
Career:
Director Photographic Research Association
Honours:
OBE
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
15/05/1924
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Obituaries:
Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society 1950-1951 vol 7 pp 469-474, plate, by James Kendall
Royal Society codeNA728
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
RR/41/74Referee's report by Thomas Slater Price, on a paper 'Structure in very permeable collodion gel films and its significance in filtration problems' by William Joseph ElfordFebruary 1930
RR/40/43Referee's report by Thomas Slater Price, on a paper 'Some physical conditions affecting the setting of gelatin and the bearing of the results on the theory of gel formation' by Winnifred Bertha Pleass November 1929
RR/40/51Referee's report by Thomas Slater Price, on a paper 'The electrophoresis of protein sols the presence of gold sols— albumen, gelatin and casein' by E. B. R. Prideaux and F. O. HowittSeptember 1929
RR/40/114Referee's report by Thomas Slater Price, on a paper 'A mechanism of gelatinisation' by Francis L Usher11 June 1929
RR/47/22Referee's report by Thomas Slater Price, on a paper 'On the absorption spectra of some higher oxides' by Arun K Dutta and Prabhat K Sen Gupta14 September 1932
RR/54/53Referee's report by Thomas Slater Price, on a paper 'The formation and constitution of crystals of lead salts containing water-soluble colloid' by F D Miles16 April 1935
RR/54/56Second referee's report by Thomas Slater Price, on a paper 'The formation and constitution of crystals of lead salts containing water-soluble colloid' by F D MilesMay 1935
EC/1924/10Price, Thomas Slater: certificate of election to the Royal Society
RR/41/140Referee's report by Thomas Slater Price, on a paper 'The scattering of light in protein solutions. I—Gelatin solutions and gels' by K KrishnamurtiJune 1930
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