The Royal Institute of Chemistry

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    THE Council of the Royal Institute of Chemistry recently decided that the offices of registrar and secretary of the Institute, previously held by Mr. Richard B. Pilcher, should be separated. To the office of registrar, the Council has appointed Mr. R. Leslie Collett, who has for nearly twenty years been assistant secretary, and to the office of secretary, Dr. H. J. T. Ellingham, of the Imperial College of Science and Technology. Both appointments will take effect from January 1, 1945.

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    The Royal Institute of Chemistry. Nature 154, 235 (1944) doi:10.1038/154235d0

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