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University of Edinburgh. Department of Chemistry (1713-:)

 Organization

Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:

Chemistry Class Album, 1844-1858

 Item
Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/C2/4
Scope and Contents List of students attending chemistry lectures by William Gregory, including details of their 'native place'. Students include Sir Patrick Heron Watson, Charles Murchison and Sir John Scott Burdon-Sandeman.

Chemistry Class Registration Book (Sir Lyon Playfair and Alexander Crum Brown), 1858-1873

 Item
Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/C2/5
Scope and Contents List of students attending chemistry classes of Sir Lyon Playfair, then Alexander Crum Brown, including marks for 'knowledge'. Students include Sophia Jex Blake and James Geikie.

Class Lists, 1755-1971

 Series
Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/C2/1

Class Register (TC Hope), 1830-1843

 Item
Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/C2/2
Scope and Contents Register of students attending chemistry classes with Thomas Charles Hope, including Sir Andrew Douglas Maclagan and John Hutton Balfour.

Co-operation with Physical Chemistry, 1978-1980

 Series
Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/M1/17
Scope and Contents Correspondence and reports relating to co-operation between the two departments

Examination Book (Sir Lyon Playfair and Alexander Crum Brown), 1866-1873

 Item
Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/C2/12
Scope and Contents Register of students attending chemistry classes of Sir Lyon Playfair, then Alexander Crum Brown, including examination results and awards obtained. Students include Sophia Jex Blake and Sir Isaac Bayley Balfour.

Laboratory Apparatus, 1859-1860

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Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/C2/13
Scope and Contents List of scientific apparatus and equipment used by the Department of Chemistry for its lectures.

Laboratory Classbook, 1873-1908

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Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/C2/11
Scope and Contents List of students taking laboratory classes, including their addresses, places of birth and which faculty they belong to. Students include Arthur Pillans Laurie, Hugh Robert Mill and JH Maclagan-Wedderburn.