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Humphry Davy

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  • ^ Sir Humphry Davy (1811). "On a Combination of Oxymuriatic Gas and Oxygene Gas". Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 101 (0): 155–162.  
  • ^ Humphry Davy (1813). "On a New Detonating Compound".  
  • ^ H. Davy (1813). "Sur la nouvelle substance découverte par M. Courtois, dans le sel de Vareck".  
  • ^ Humphry Davy (1 January 1814). "Some Experiments and Observations on a New Substance Which Becomes a Violet Coloured Gas by Heat". Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. 104 (0): 74.  
  • ^ For information on the continental tour of Davy and Faraday, see
  • ^ HSC, Conquering Chemistry Fourth Edition p. 146.
  • ^ National Portrait gallery NPG 269
  • ^ As Baron Verulam and later Viscount St Alban.
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  • ^ Davy is buried in plot 208 of the Plainpalais Cemetery, Rue des Rois, Geneva. For contemporary information on Davy's funeral service and memorials, see Paris, John Ayrton (1831). The Life of Sir Humphry Davy, Bart., LL.D.. London: Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley. pp. 516–517. 
  • ^ Fullmer, 1969
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