Dr. Hugo Müller, F.R.S.

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    THE death of Hugo Müller will be greatly deplored by all who knew him-he was one of those few men who only make friends and at once inspire regard in all who are brought into contact with them. He died suddenly, at his country home, at Camberley, Surrey, in the early hours of Sunday, May 23, in his eighty-second year. Though very deeply distressed by the war, he enjoyed his usual good health to the last; in fact, he was in his garden until late in the evening on the previous Saturday and had worked in the Davy-Faraday laboratory up till Friday afternoon. He was buried at Brookwood Cemetery on Thursday last alongside his old friend Dr. Atkinson.

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    Dr. Hugo Müller, F.R.S. . Nature 95, 376–377 (1915) doi:10.1038/095376a0

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