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Royal College of Chemistry Royal College of Chemistry

Plaque: Royal College of Chemistry

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Royal Society of Chemistry
National Historic Chemical Landmark
Former site of the Royal College of Chemistry (1845 - 1872)
The College was modelled on Liebig's Laboratory at Giessen, Germany by AW Hofmann. Here, Hofmann inspired the young to do great things in chemistry, and relate them to both academic and everyday life.

22 May 2003 RSoC

Site: Royal College of Chemistry (1 memorial)

W1, Oxford Street, 299

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A W Hofmann

In 1854 A.W. Hofmann was awarded the Royal Medal of the Royal Society, for hi...

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Royal Socity of Chemistry

Formed as a merger of the Chemical Society, the Royal Institute of Chemistry,...

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