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The New Muspratt Laboratory of Physical and Electrochemistry at the University of Liverpool

Nature volume 74, pages 624625 (18 October 1906) | Download Citation



THE laboratory of physical and electrochemistry, which the University of Liverpool owes to the munificent generosity of Mr. E. K. Muspratt, president of the council of the University, was formally opened by Sir William Ramsay, K.C.B., F.R.S., on Saturday, October 13. The distinguished company which assembled in Liverpool for the occasion included, amongst others, the following well-known men of science from abroad:—Prof. Ostwald (Leipzig), Prof. R. Abegg (Breslau), Prof. Ernst Cohen (Utrecht), Prof. H. Goldschmidt (Christiania), Prof. Lash Miller (Toronto), and Prof. Macallum (Toronto).

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