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Archibald Comley Vivian

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Archibald Comley Vivian (1884- )

1922 B.A. (Camb.), A.R.S.M., A.I.M.M., M.Inst.Met., Min. Engr., Q. Metallurgical Engr. and Chemist; Tech. Officer in the Dept. of Scientific and Industrial Research; b. 1884. Ed. St. Paul's Sch., Royal School of Mines, Penzance School of Mines. Career: Cyanide Chemist and Research with the Borneo Co., Ltd., in Saramak; also Metallurgical Engr. in charge of Slimees Plant and Asst. for Reconstruction of Plant; Inspector of Mines and Acting Secretary for Mines in the Gold Coast Colony; Demonstrator in Metallurgy at Cambridge University for the Officers' Tech. Training Classes. Paper on "Tin Phosphorous Alloys," before the Inst. of Metals. Address: 32, Castleton Mansions, Barnes, S.W.13.

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