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Authorised form of nameSidgwick; Nevil Vincent (1873 - 1952)
SurnameSidgwick
ForenamesNevil Vincent
Dates1873 - 1952
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Oxford, England (08 May 1873)
Death:
Oxford (15 March 1952)
ActivityResearch Field:
Chemistry
Education:
MA (Oxon); ScD (Tub)
Career:
Demonstrator in Chemistry, University Laboratory, Oxford; Member Research Staff, Ministry of Munitions (1915-1918)
Honours:
OBE; CBE 1935
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
11/05/1922
Medals/Prizes:
Royal Medal 1937
Lectures:
Bakerian 1940 (jointly)
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DSB
AssocMaterial:
CSAC 21/15/74; NCUACS 12/15/74. Papers deposited in the Library, Lincoln College, Oxford
Obituaries:
Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society 1954 vol 9 pp 237-258, plate, by H T Tizard
References:
B Bleaney, FRS, 'Two Oxford science Professors, F Soddy and JSE Townsend' in NR 2002 vol 56 pp 83-88, plate
Royal Society codeNA7856
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1922/13Sidgwick, Nevil Vincent: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/004178Sidgwick, Nevil Vincentnd
IM/004180Sidgwick, Nevil Vincentnd
IM/004179Sidgwick, Nevil Vincentnd
NLB/64/835Copy letter from James Hopwood Jeans, Secretary of the Royal Society;to Dr. [Nevil Vincent] Sidgwick, FRS27 June 1923
MS/3/13'Sidgwick' notebook of Arthur Mourant, [1920s]Early 1920s
MS/3/5'Heterogeneous Equilibrium. Mr Sidgwick. Hil[ary] & Trinity Terms, 1924' notebook of Arthur Mourant 1924
RR/27/71Referee's report by Nevil Vincent Sidgwick, on a paper 'Metal sols in non-dissociating liquids. I - Nickel in toluene and benzene' by Emil Hatschek and P C L ThorneFebruary 1923
RR/36/24Referee's report by Nevil Vincent Sidgwick, on a paper 'An experimental test of the dipole theory of adsorption' by William George Palmer16 March 1927
RR/42/49Referee's report by James Charles Philip, on a paper 'Colorimetric investigations of indicators in presence of neutral salts' by Nevil Vincent Sidgwick, W J Worboys and L A WoodwardSeptember 1930
RR/42/48Referee's report by Edward Charles Cyril Baly, on a paper 'Spectrometric determinations of the effect of a neutral salt on the dissociation of acetic acid' by Nevil Vincent Sidgwick and L A WoodwardSeptember 1930
RR/45/102Referee's report by Nevil Vincent Sidgwick, on a paper 'A study of the system water-phenol. Part II - Viscosities' by Owen Rhys Howell8 September 1932
RR/46/33Referee's report by Nevil Vincent Sidgwick, on a paper 'Molecular structure and physical properties of prussic acid. Part I. —Refractive dispersion of prussic acid and its homologues' by Thomas Martin Lowry and S T Henderson[March 1932]
RR/46/32Referee's report by Nevil Vincent Sidgwick, on a paper 'On asymmetric induction with diphenic acid' by M S Lesslie and E E Turner[October 1932]
RR/48/74Referee's report by Nevil Vincent Sidgwick, on a paper 'The estimation of electric moment in solution by the temperature coefficient method. Part I.—Experimental method and the electric moments of some benzyl compounds' by Fred Fairbrother[May 1933]
RR/50/12Referee's report by Nevil Vincent Sidgwick, on a paper 'Refractive dispersion of organic compounds. Part IV.—Cyclohexene and 1 : 3-cyclohexadiene' by C B AllsoppOctober 1933
RR/49/20Referee's report by Nevil Vincent Sidgwick, on a paper 'An analysis of the dipole moments of some aromatic compounds' by George Macdonald Bennett and Samuel Glasstone[January 1934]
RR/50/39Referee's report by Nevil Vincent Sidgwick, on a paper 'Refractive dispersion of organic compounds. V-Oxygenated derivatives of cyclohexane the inadequacy of the Ketteler-Helmholtz equation' by C B AllsoppOctober 1933
RR/50/101Referee's report by Nevil Vincent Sidgwick, on a paper 'The determination of dipole-moments by the method of dilute solutions. I. Experimental methods and the calculation of results' by M A G Rau and B N NarayanaswamySeptember 1933
RR/52/15Referee's report by Nevil Vincent Sidgwick, on a paper 'Refractive dispersion of organic compounds. V-Oxygenated derivatives of cyclohexane the inadequacy of the Ketteler-Helmholtz equation' by C B AllsoppApril 1934
RR/52/98Referee's report by Thomas Martin Lowry, on a paper 'Structures of the metallic carbonyl and nitrosyl compounds' by Nevil Vincent Sidgwick and Richard William Bailey17 February 1934
RR/54/15Referee's report by Neville Vincent Sidgwick, on a paper 'The crystal structure of cyanuric triazide' by I Ellie KnaggsFebruary 1935
RR/53/33Referee's report by Nevil Vincent Sidgwick, on a paper 'On the dependence of the densities of phenol-water solutions upon their composition' by J J Coleman and F E E Germann[April 1934]
RR/53/62Referee's report by Nevil Vincent Sidgwick, on a paper 'Experiments on heavy hydrogen. III. -The electrolytic separation of the hydrogen isotopes' by Adalbert Farkas and Ladislas Farkas[April 1934]
RR/53/63Referee's report by Nevil Vincent Sidgwick, on a paper 'Experiments on heavy hydrogen. II. The ortho-para conversion' by Adalbert Farkas, Ladislas Farkas and P Harteck[March 1934]
RR/53/65Referee's report by Nevil Vincent Sidgwick, on a paper 'Experiments on heavy hydrogen IV—The hydrogenation and exchange reaction of ethylene with heavy hydrogen' by Adalbert Farkas, Ladislas Farkas and Eric Keightley Rideal[June 1934]
RR/53/127Referee's report by Nevil Vincent Sidgwick, on a paper 'The dielectric constants of liquid mixtures of phenol-water, phenol-m-cresol, phenol-aniline, and phenol-p-toluidine' by Owen Rhys Howell and Willis Jackson[January 1934]
RR/63/58Referee's report by Nevil Vincent Sidgwick, on a paper 'The constitution of heavy water' by I Ramakrishna Rao and P Koteswaram3 December 1937
RR/61/94Referee's report by Nevil Vincent Sidgwick, on a paper 'The electronic structure of some polyenes and aromatic molecules. IV. The nature of the links of certain free radicals' by C A Coulson5 December 1937
RR/63/128Referee's report by Nevil Vincent Sidgwick, on a paper 'The electronic structure of some polyenes and aromatic molecules. V. A comparison of molecular orbital and valence bond methods' by G W Wheland5 December 1937
RR/65/60Referee's report by Nevil Vincent Sidgwick, on a paper 'The electronic structure of some polyenes and aromatic molecules. VII. Bonds of fractional order by the molecular orbital method' by Charles Alfred Coulson12 September 1938
NLB/64/803Copy letter from James Hopwood Jeans, Secretary of the Royal Society; to [Nevil Vincent] Sidgewick, FRS21 June 1923
RR/67/266Referee's report by Nevil Vincent Sidgwick, on a paper 'The structure of melamine, C3N6H6' by Ellie Knaggs and Kathleen Yardley LonsdaleSeptember 1940
RR/67/275Referee's report by Nevil Vincent Sidgwick, on a paper 'Molecular anisotropy of urea, CO(NH2)2, and of related compounds' by Kathleen Yardley Lonsdale14 October 1940
RR/69/212Referee's report by Nevil Vincent Sidgwick, on a paper 'The thermochemistry of carbon: valence states, heats of sublimation and energies of linkage' by L H Long and Ronald George Wreyford Norrish 2 February 1946
NLB/64/666Copy letter from James Hopwood Jeans, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. [Nevil Vincent] Sidgwick, FRS29 May 1923
NLB/66/287Copy letter from James Hopwood Jeans, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. [Nevil Vincent] Sidgwick, FRS3 April 1924
NLB/70/368Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to [Nevil Vincent] Sidgwick Esq., FRS15 March 1927
NLB/71/574Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to [Nevil Vincent] Sidgwick Esq., O.B.E., FRS10 July 1928
NLB/72/541Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to the Registrary; Cambridge University6 December 1929
RR/63/39Referee's report by Nevil Vincent Sidgwick, on a paper 'The electronic structure of some polyenes and aromatic molecules. VI. Phenylethylene, stilbene, tolane and the phenylmethyl radical' by W G Penney and G J Kynch5 December 1937
RR/9/187Referee's report by William Grylls Adams, on a paper 'Experiments, by the method of Lorentz, for the further determination the absolute value of the British Association Unit of Resistance, with an appendix on the determination of the pitch of a standard tuning-fork' by John William Strutt, Lord Rayleigh and Nevil Vincent Sidgwick17 February 1883
RR/9/188Referee's report by William Thomson, Lord Kelvin, on a paper 'Experiments, by the method of Lorentz, for the further determination the absolute value of the British Association Unit of Resistance, with an appendix on the determination of the pitch of a standard tuning-fork' by John William Strutt, Lord Rayleigh and Nevil Vincent Sidgwick20 February 1883
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