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    Historical Members

    Past and Current Members excluding the Great International Committee on Atomic Weights (1899-1902).

    A
    Francis W. Aston, UK (1877-1945)
    B
    Robert C. Barber, Canada (1936)
    Ira Lynus Barnes, USA (1928-1990)
    Tomas Batuecas, Spain (1893-1972)
    Gregory P. Baxter, USA (1876-1953)
    Michael Berglund, Belgium (1959)
    John-Karl Böhlke, USA (1952)
    Willi A. Brand, Germany (1950)
    Bohuslav Brauner, Czechoslovakia (1855-1935)
    Carl A. M. Brenninkmeijer, Germany (1949)
    Henry V. A. Briscoe, UK (1888-1961)
    C
    Vincenzo Caglioti, Italy (1902-1998)
    Augustus (Gus) E. Cameron, USA (1906-1981)
    Jean Césario, France (1939)
    Tsing-Lien Chang, China (1908-2006)
    Lesley A. Chesson, USA
    Frank W. Clarke, USA (1847-1931)
    Tyler B. Coplen, USA (1943)
    Marie Curie, France (1867-1934)
    D
    André-Louis Debierne, France (1874-1949)
    Paul De Bièvre, Belgium (1933-2016)
    John R. De Laeter, Australia (1933-2010)
    Hans J. Dietze, Germany (1935-2014)
    Tiping Ding, China (1941)
    Youngkyu Do, Korea
    Claudimir Lucio Do Lago, Brazil
    E, F
    Mitsuru Ebihara, Japan (1951)
    Georgii N. Flerov, USSR (1913-1991)
    Anne-Marie Fouillac, France
    Shizuo Fujiwara, Japan (1920)
    G
    Ernesto Giesbrecht, Brazil (1921-1996)
    Vitalii I. Goldanski, USSR (1923-2001)
    Roberto Gonfiantini, Italy (1932)
    John W. Gramlich, USA (1943)
    Norman N. Greenwood, UK (1925-2012)
    Manfred Gröning, Austria (1962)
    Jules Guéron, Belgium/France (1907-1990)
    Marcel Guichard, France (1873-1960)
    Philippe A. Guye, Switzerland (1862-1922)
    H
    Robert J. Hagemann, France (1936)
    Alex N. Halliday, USA (1952)
    Harry S. Hertz, USA (1947)
    Klaus G. Heumann, Germany (1940)
    Hiroshi Hidaka, Japan (1962)
    Takafumi Hirata, Japan
    Norman E. Holden, USA (1936)
    Otto Hönigschmid, Germany (1878-1945)
    Yoshio Horibe, Japan (1923)
    I,J,K
    Johanna Irrgeher, Austria (1984)
    Walter Heinrick Johnson Jr., USA (1928)
    Jindrich (Henry) Krepelka, Czechoslovakia (1890-1964)
    H.-Jürgen Kluge, Germany (1941)
    H. Roy Krouse, Canada (1935-2010)
    Ivelin Kulev, Bulgaria (1942)
    L
    Andreé Lamberty, Belgium (1953)
    Paul Lebeau, France (1868-1959)
    I. A. Lebedev, Russia (1932)
    Anatole Leduc, France (1856-1937)
    Robert D. Loss, Australia (1954)
    Gustav E. F. Lundell, USA (1881-1950)
    M
    Raymond L. Martin, Australia (1926)
    Josef Mattauch, Germany (1895-1981)
    Juris Meija, Canada (1980)
    Harro A. J. Meijer, The Netherlands (1959)
    W. Wayne Meinke, USA (1924-2009)
    Richard J. Meyer, Germany (1865-1939)
    Henri Moissan, France (1852-1907)
    Enrique Moles, Spain (1883-1953)
    Thomas J. Murphy, USA (1925-2015)
    N,O,P
    Alfred O. Nier, USA (1911-1994)
    Glenda O’Connor nee Singleton, USA (1982)
    Arne Ölander, Sweden (1902-1984)
    Wilhelm Ostwald, Germany (1853-1932)
    Ioannis Papadakis, Belgium (1971)
    H. Steffen Peiser, USA (1917-2005)
    Marguerite Perey, France (1909-1975)
    António Pires de Matos, Portugal (1938)
    Antonio Possolo, USA (1953)
    Thomas Prohaska, Austria (1968)
    R
    Gregory I. Ramendik, Russia (1940-2001)
    N. K. Rao, India
    Charles Edward (Ted) Rees, Canada (1939-1984)
    Heinrich Remy, Germany (1890-1974)
    Theodore W. Richards, USA (1868-1928)
    David E. Richardson, USA (1954)
    Donald J. Rokop, USA
    Kevin J. R. Rosman, Australia (1943-2009)
    Etienne Roth, France (1922-2009)
    S
    Nobufusa Saito, Japan (1916-2007)
    Ronny Schönberg, Germany (1969)
    Ludolf Schultz, Germany (1937)
    Karl Seubert, Germany (1851-1942)
    M. Peter Seyfried, Germany (   -1993)
    Masako Shima, Japan (1930)
    Albert A. Smales, England (1916-1996)
    Frederick Soddy, England (1877-1956)
    Jozef Spaepen, Belgium (1921-2007)
    Michel Stiévenard, France
    Harry L. Svec, USA (1918-2006)
    T
    Philip D. P. Taylor, Belgium (1960)
    Harry G. Thode, Canada (1910-1997)
    Sir Thomas E. Thorpe, England (1845-1925)
    Laurent Turpin, France
    U,V,W
    Georges Urbain, France (1872-1938)
    Paul Vallelonga, Italy
    Robert D. Vocke Jr., USA (1949)
    Jochen Vogl, Germany (1967)
    Kenneth Wade, England (1932-2014)
    Walter A. Wahl, Finland (1879-1970)
    Thomas Walczyk, Singapore (1965)
    Aaldert H. Wapstra, The Netherlands (1923-2006)
    Michael Wieser, Canada (1969)
    Robert Whytlaw-Gray, UK (1877-1958)
    Edward Wichers, USA (1892-1984)
    X,Y,Z
    Ying-Kai Xiao, China (1940)
    Shigekazu Yoneda, Japan (1960)
    Mo-tian Zhao, China (1939)
    Xiangkun Zhu, China (1961)


    Members of the Great International Committee on Atomic Weights (1899-1902) as published in Zweiter Bericht der Commission fur die Festsetzung der Atomgewichte by Landolt, H., Ostwald, W., and Seubert, K. Ber. deutsch. chem. Ges., 33, 1847-1883 (1900).

    USA
    Theodore W. Richards, USA (1868-1928)
    Oliver Wolcott Gibbs, USA (1822-1908)
    Ira Remsen, USA (1846-1927)
    Frank W. Clarke, USA (1847-1931)
    John William Mallet, USA (1832-1912)
    Edward W. Morley, USA (1838-1923)
    Edgar F. Smith, USA (1854-1928)
    Belgium
    Louis Henry, Belgium (1843-1913)
    Walthere Victor Spring, Belgium (1848-1911)
    Lucien-Louis de Koninck, Belgium (1844-1921)
    Leon Crismer, Belgium (1858-1944)
    Adolphe Vandenberghe, Belgium
    Germany
    Hans H. Landolt, Germany (1831-1910)
    Wilhelm Ostwald, Germany (1853-1932)
    Karl Seubert, Germany (1851-1942)
    Julius Bredt, Germany (1855-1937)
    Hugo Erdmann, Germany (1862-1910)
    Ferdinand Fischer, Germany (1842-1916)
    Theodor Wilhelm Fresenius, Germany (1856-1936)
    Jacob Volhard, Germany (1834-1910)
    Clemens Winkler, Germany (1838-1904)
    Johannes Wislicenus, Germany (1835-1902)
    Ritter von Grueber, Germany
    Karl von Buchka, Germany (1856-1917)
    Albert Hilger, Germany (1839-1905)
    Hermann Thoms, Germany (1859-1931)
    United Kingdom
    Sir Thomas Edward Thorpe, UK (1845-1925)
    Sir William A. Tilden, UK (1842-1926)
    Sir Wyndham Dunstan FRS, UK (1861-1949)
    Alexander Scott FRS, UK (1853-1947)
    Raphael Meldola FRS, UK (1849-1915)
    Sir William Crookes OM FRS, UK (1832-1919)
    Sir James Dewar FRS, UK (1842-1923)
    William James Russell FRS, UK (1830-1909)
    The Netherlands
    Jakob Maarten van Bemmelen, The Netherlands (1830-1911)
    Japan
    Joji Sakurai, Japan (1858-1939)
    Kikunae Ikeda, Japan (1864-1936)
    Italy
    Stanislao Cannizzaro, Italy (1826-1910)
    Guglielmo Körner, Italy (1839-1925)
    Raffaello Nasini, Italy (1854-1931)
    Austria-Hungary
    Adolf von Lieben, Austria-Hungary (1836-1914)
    Georg Vortmann, Austria-Hungary (1854-1932)
    Rudolf Wegscheider, Austria-Hungary (1859-1935)
    Max Bamberger, Austria-Hungary (1861-1927)
    Friedrich Emich, Austria-Hungary (1860-1940)
    Franz W. Dafert, Austria-Hungary (1863-1933)
    Lengyel Bela, Austria-Hungary (1844-1913)
    Lajos von Ilosvay, Austria-Hungary (1851-1936)
    Carl von Than, Austria-Hungary (1834-1908)
    Jul. Toth, Austria-Hungary
    Vince Wartha, Austria-Hungary (1844-1914)
    Russia
    Nikolay Beketov, Russia (1827-1911)
    Sweden
    Henrick Gustaf Söderbaum, Sweden (1862-1933)
    Switzerland
    Frederick Pearson Treadwell, Switzerland (1857-1918)
    Carl Graebe, Switzerland (1841-1927)
    Georg W.A. Kahlbaum, Switzerland (1853-1905)

    Francis W Aston

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    Francis W. Aston (1877-1945) received the 1922 Nobel Prize in Chemistry while member of the Commission.


    Marie Curie

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    Marie Curie (1867-1934) was a member of the Commission from 1930 until her death in 1934.


    Georgii Flerov

    Flerov Laboratory of Nuclear Reactions

    Georgii Flerov (1913-1990) was a member of the Commission during the 1970s. Element 114, flerovium, bears his name.


    Jules Gueron

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    Jules Guéron (1907-1990) was the Secretary of the Commission during the 1960s. He played a key role in the development of atomic energy in France.


    Henri Moissan

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    Henri Moissan (1852-1907) was one of the early members of the Commission, elected in 1903. He was awarded the 1906 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work on fluorine compounds.


    Marguerite Perey

    Heurema

    Marguerite Perey (1909-1975) was a doctoral student of Marie Curie, and was a member of the Commission from 1950-1963. She discovered the element francium and became the first woman in the french Academy of Sciences.


    Theodore W. Richards

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    Theodore W. Richards (1868-1928) was the first US scientist to be awarded the Nobel Prize in chemistry for his accurate determinations of atomic weights.


    Frederick Soddy

    CIAAW

    Frederick Soddy (1877-1956) was awarded the 1921 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work on isotopes and radioactivity, and he was elected member of the Commission same year.


    Georges Urbain

    Roger Violett

    Georges Urbain (1872-1938) discovered lutetium, and was first to isolate dysprosium. Urbain was the Chairman of the Commission from 1922-1929.