Chemistry at the British Association

@article{FChemistryAT,
  title={Chemistry at the British Association},
  author={S. F.},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={96},
  pages={315-315}
}
WITH reference to the closing remark of the article with the above title in NATURE of November 4, “To the chemist this is perhaps more convincing than a volume of deductions by a physicist,” the “this” being Dr. Whytelaw Gray's contributions to our knowledge of isotopes, I think it only fair to other chemists to point out that Dr. Gray is by no means the first or only chemist to study isotopes. Putting aside the numerous recent atomic weight determinations, which scarcely come under the… Expand