William Wynne-Jones, Baron Wynne-Jones

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William Francis Kenrick Wynne-Jones, Baron Wynne-Jones (8 May 1903 – 8 November 1982) was a British chemist. Raised to the peerage in 1964, he sat as a Labour peer. Research Assistant and lecturer in Physical Chemistry, University of Bristol. International Research Fellow, University of Copenhagen (Denmark) (1927–29); Lecturer in Chemisrrv, University of Reading (1929–38); Leverhulme Research Fellow, Princeton University (USA I (1934); Professor of Chemistry, University College. Dundee (1938–47); Professor of Physical Chemistry. King's College, Newcastle upon Tyne (1947–56) and Professor of Chemistry and Head of the School of Chemistry, University of Newcastle 1956-68. Pro Vice-Chancellor, University of Newcastle, 1965-68.

Wynne-Jones was created a Life Peer on 17 December 1964 with the title Baron Wynne-Jones, of Abergele in the County of Denbigh.[1]

Lord Wynne-Jones died in 1982.

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