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Biographical entry Bayliss, Noel Stanley (1906 - 1996)

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Born
19 December 1906
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Died
17 February 1996
Occupation
Chemist

Summary

Noel Bayliss was Professor of Chemistry at the University of Western Australia 1938-1971. His main interest was spectroscopy but he was also involved during the 1940s with investigation of the chemistry of alunite clay as a potential source of potash and alumina.

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Born Brisbane, 19 December 1906. Died Perth, 17 February 1996. CBE 1960, Kt 1979. Educated Universities of Melbourne (BSc 1927), Oxford (BA 1930) and California, Berkeley (PhD 1933). Rhodes Scholar for Victoria 1927; Commonwealth Fund Fellow, University of California 1930-33; senior lecturer in chemistry, University of Melbourne 1933-37; professor of chemistry, University of Western Australia 1938-71. Fellow, Australian Academy of Science 1954, H.G. Smith medal 1950, Leighton Medal 1967.

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Adolph Basser Library, Australian Academy of Science

  • Noel Stanley Bayliss - Records, 1940 - 1984, MS 185; Adolph Basser Library, Australian Academy of Science. Details

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  • Noel Stanley Bayliss - Records, 1907 - 1990; Private hands (Bayliss, N.S.). Details

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