William Ramsay

1874-1880 University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom 
 1880-1887 University College, Bristol 
 1887-1913 University College London, London, United Kingdom 
noble gases
"William Ramsay"

(1852 - 1916)
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1904 was awarded to Sir William Ramsay "in recognition of his services in the discovery of the inert gaseous elements in air, and his determination of their place in the periodic system".


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Robert Rattray Tatlock research assistant 1869-1870 University of Glasgow
Wilhelm Rudolph Fittig grad student 1872 Universität Tübingen
 (Investigations on the toluic and nitrotoluic acids)


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Charles James research assistant 1906 UCL
Alfred Charles Glyn Egerton research assistant 1904-1908 UCL (E-Tree)
Jaroslav Heyrovský research assistant 1913 UCL
James Johnston Dobbie grad student 1879 Edinburgh
Edward Charles Cyril Baly grad student 1892 UCL
Alfred Walter Stewart grad student 1907 UCL
Herbert Edmeston Watson grad student 1908 UCL
Hans Pettersson grad student 1914 UCL (Oceanography Tree)
James Walker post-doc 1892-1893 UCL
Kennedy Joseph P. Orton post-doc 1897 UCL
Otto Hahn post-doc 1904-1905 UCL
Francis Lawry Usher research scientist UCL
David Orme Masson research scientist 1881 University of Bristol
Frederick Soddy research scientist 1902-1904 UCL
Irvine Masson research scientist 1911-1913 UCL


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Morris William Travers collaborator 1893-1906
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Ramsay W. (1916) A Hypothesis of Molecular Configuration in Three Dimensions of Space Proceedings of the Royal Society a: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences. 92: 451-462
Ramsay W. (1916) Germany's Aims and Methods Nature. 96: 587-589
Ramsay W. (1915) The Scientific Organisation of Industries Nature. 96: 480-481
Ramsay W. (1915) Future Competition with Germany Nature. 95: 705-707
Ramsay W. (1915) Cotton for German Ammunition Nature. 95: 432-432
Ramsay W. (1915) Science and the State Nature. 95: 309-311
Ramsay W. (1915) A Penalty on Research Nature. 94: 642-642
Ramsay W. (1915) German Methods in Commerce Nature. 94: 546-547
Ramsay W. (1914) The Place of Science in Industry Nature. 94: 275-276
Ramsay W. (1914) Germany's Aims and Ambitions Nature. 94: 137-139
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