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WEBSTER, Philip George (born 1949), Editor, The Times digital editions, since 2010

WEEKES, Philip Gordon (1920 - 2003), Chairman: S. V. Waste Services Ltd, since 1992; Goitre Tower Anthracite Ltd, 1994–99

WEINBERG, Felix Jiri (1928 - 2012), Professor of Combustion Physics, 1967–93, then Emeritus, and Distinguished (formerly Senior) Research Fellow, since 1993, Imperial College, University of London (later Imperial College London); consultant to numerous industrial and government research organisations in UK and USA

WEINER, Edmund Simon Christopher (born 1950), Deputy Chief Editor, Oxford English Dictionary, 1993–98 and since 2001 (Co-Editor, 1984–93; Principal Philologist, 1998–2001); Supernumerary Fellow, Kellogg College (formerly Rewley House), Oxford, since 1991

WEISSKOPF, Victor Frederick (1908 - 2002), Professor of Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1946–73, then Emeritus (Chairman, Department of Physics, 1967–73)

WELLS, John Christopher (born 1939), Professor of Phonetics, University College London, 1988–2006, now Emeritus

WERNER, Ronald Louis (born 1924), MSc, PhD; President, New South Wales Institute of Technology, 1974–86; Emeritus Professor, University of Technology Sydney, since 1988

WESTHEIMER, Gerald (born 1924), Professor of Neurobiology, University of California, Berkeley, since 1989 (Professor of Physiology, 1967–89; Head of Division of Neurobiology, 1989–92)

Fane, Anthony David Francis Henry (born 1951), independent art adviser; Director: Phillips Auctioneers, 1994–2001; Bonhams Auctioneers, 2001–04; Watson Westmorland Ltd, since 2003

WESTON, Christopher John (born 1937), Life President, Phillips Son & Neale (Chairman and Chief Executive, 1972–98); Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Plaxbury Group, since 1998

WESTON, John Pix (born 1951), Chairman: MB Aerospace, since 2007; Accesso plc (formerly Lo-Q), since 2011; Fibercore, since 2012; Windar Photonics, since 2015

WESTON, (Philip) John (born 1938), HM Diplomatic Service, retired; British Permanent Representative to the United Nations, 1995–98

WETTON, Philip Henry Davan (born 1937), HM Diplomatic Service, retired; Consul-General, Milan, 1990–96

WHALLEY, William Basil (1916 - 2002), Professor of Chemistry and Head of Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, School of Pharmacy, 1961–82, then Emeritus Professor of Chemistry, University of London

NASH, Philip (born 1930), Commissioner of Customs and Excise, 1986–90

NAUGHTON, Philip Anthony (born 1943), QC 1988

NAYLOR-LEYLAND, Philip (Vyvian) (born 1953), Chairman, Milton (Peterborough) Estates Co.

NEEDHAM, Phillip (born 1940), Chief Executive, ADAS Group (formerly ADAS Agency), 1995–2000

NEIDLE, Stephen (born 1946), Professor of Chemical Biology and Cancer Research UK Professorial Fellow, UCL School of Pharmacy, University College London (formerly School of Pharmacy, University of London), since 2002 (Director of Research, 2004–12)

NEWELL, Phillip Keith (born 1930), Bishop of Tasmania, 1982–2000


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a notation commonly used to denote the apparent pH of a solution containing 2H2O (i.e. D2O), as measured electrometrically using a glass electrode without correction for the isotope effect on the electrode.


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