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The Conductivity of Thiocyanates in Methyl Alcohol
This investigation is a continuation of the work of Frazer and Hartley on the conductivity of uni-univalent salts in methyl alcohol, which dealt mainly with the halides and nitrates of the alkali
The Contributions of Sir John Lubbock, F. R. S. To The Origin of Species Some annotations to Darwin
Wealthy, titled, and strikingly handsome, the London banker, Sir John Lubbock, Lord Avebury, came near being the Leonardo of Victorian England. As a Liberal in Parliament for over two score years, he
The Separation of Isotopes.
IN a recent discussion (Phil. Mag., vol. xxxvii., p. 523, 1919) of a number of methods of separating isotopes Prof. Lindemann and Dr. Aston have shown that there is little prospect of effecting by
Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins, O.M., F. R. S. (1861-1947) Centenary Lecture held on 20 November 1961 in the University of Cambridge
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    Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London
  • 1 December 1962
It would be the greatest of honours and of pleasures for any biochemist i t o stand in my place this evening. Although I am sure that most of my colleagues would perform this function much better and
Sir Paul Neile, F. R. S. (1613-1686)
SIR PAUL NEILE is the only one of the twelve founder members of the Royal Society of whom there is no record in the Dictionary of National Biography. We should know little of his activities were it
The dissociation of acids in methyl and in ethyl alcohol
A comparison-of the electrical conductivities of aqueous solutions of salts and acids reveals a striking contrast between these two classes of substances as regards their electrolytic dissociation.