Robert Anthony Robinson

Robert Anthony Robinson (1904–1979) was a New Zealand inorganic chemist, best known for his book Electrolyte solutions book, which has been a standard for decades. In 1949 he won the Hector Medal from the Royal Society of New Zealand.[1]

Robert Anthony Robinson
Born1904
Died1979

Selected worksEdit

  • Electrolyte solutions, the measurement and interpretation of conductance, chemical potential, and diffusion in solutions of simple electrolytes R A Robinson and R H Stokes, 1955. London: Butterworths Scientific Publications
  • Electrolyte solutions, the measurement and interpretation of conductance, chemical potential, and diffusion in solutions of simple electrolytes R A Robinson and R H Stokes, 1970. Second edition London: Butterworths Scientific Publications ISBN 0486422259
  • Electrolyte solutions, the measurement and interpretation of conductance, chemical potential, and diffusion in solutions of simple electrolytes R A Robinson and R H Stokes, 2002 Second edition ISBN 0486422259

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