Author:Benjamin Collins Brodie (1817-1880)

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Benjamin Collins Brodie

2nd Baronet; English chemist. 1850 Royal Medalist. Not to be confused with his father, also Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie, psychologist and surgeon.

Benjamin Collins Brodie


Scientific Papers[edit]

  • "Synthesis of the Chemical Elements," Proceedings of the Ashmolean Society. (1843)
  • "Investigations of the Chemical Nature of Wax," Philosophical Transactions. (1848)
  • "Observations on the Constitution of the Alcohol Radical and on the Formation of Ethyl," Chemical Society's Journal (1851)
  • "On the Allotropic Changes of certain Elements," Royal Instution Proceedings. (1851)
  • "On the Conditions of Certain Elements at the Moment of Chemical Change," Philosophical Transactions. (1850)
  • "Note sur un nouveau procédé pour la purification et la désagrégation du Graphite." Annales de Chimie. (1855)
  • "On the Atomic Weight of Graphite," Philosophical Transactions (1859)


  • The Calculus of Chemical Operations (1866)

Works about Brodie[edit]

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