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IRVING, Harry Munroe Napier Hetherington (1905 - 1993), Professor of Inorganic and Structural Chemistry, University of Leeds, 1961–71, Professor Emeritus, since 1972; Professor of Analytical Science, University of Cape Town, 1979–85 (of Theoretical Chemistry, 1978); retired

CAVEN, Robert Martin (1870 - 1934), Fellow of Chemical Society; Member of Society of Chemical Industry; Professor of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry, Royal Technical College, Glasgow, since 1920

RICHARDS, Percy Andrew Ellis (1868 - 1936), Past President of Society of Public Analysts; late Professor of Chemistry, Queen’s College, Harley Street; late Public Analyst to the City of Westminster and to Borough of Hammersmith; Analyst to Charing Cross Hospital, and late Lecturer on Analytical Chemistry in the Medical School; late Lecturer on Chemistry and Metallurgy at the Royal Dental Hospital

VACHON, Alexandre (1885 - 1953), Roman Catholic Archbishop of Ottawa since 1940; former Rector of Laval Univ.; Assistant at Pontifical Throne and Roman Count; former Vicar-General of Archdiocese of Quebec; Emeritus Professor of Analytical Chemistry in Laval University, Quebec; former Director of the École Superieure de Chimie, Laval University; former Dean of the Faculty of Science

 

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The branch of chemistry concerned with analysing materials by chemical (or physical) methods.

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