William Arthur Bone, Ph.D.

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Fuel Technology Imperial College, London, London, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
Explosives
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(1871 - 1938)
http://www.jstor.org/stable/769013
Dissertation "Das Verhalten des Aethylens bei der Explosion mit weniger als dem eigenen Volumen Sauerstoff" (Heidelberg, 1893) is online at
http://books.google.com/books?id=K_gTAQAAIAAJ&pg=PA33#v=onepage&q&f=true

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Harold Baily Dixon research assistant University of Manchester
Viktor Meyer grad student 1892-1893 Heidelberg University
 (Oxford Dictionary of National Biography)
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Newitt DM, Linstead RP, Sapiro RH, et al. (1937) Liquid-phase reactions at high pressures. Part I. Hydrolysis of esters, and the Knoevenagel reaction Journal of the Chemical Society (Resumed). 876-883
Bone WA. (1935) The classification of coals [16] Nature. 135: 910-911
Bone WA. (1935) Initial formation of methyl alcohol in the oxidation of methane [3] Nature. 136: 910
Bone WA. (1934) Part II. (B) Hydrocarbons. Free radicals in the thermal decompositions and combustion of hydrocarbons Transactions of the Faraday Society. 30: 148-152
Bone WA. (1934) Speed of 'uniform movement' of flame in mixtures of carbon monoxide and oxygen [7] Nature. 133: 257-258
Bone WA. (1933) The combustion of hydrocarbons Journal of the Chemical Society (Resumed). 1599-1617
Bone WA. (1933) Researches on gaseous combustion Nature. 131: 494-495
Bone WA. (1933) The influences of electrical and magnetic fields upon 'spin' in gaseous detonations [2] Nature. 132: 348-349
Bone WA. (1931) The slow combustion of methane and ethane [8] Nature. 128: 188-189
Bone WA. (1931) Third Liversidge lecture Journal of the Chemical Society (Resumed). 338-361
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