Bingham, Eugene Cook, 1878-Alternative names
A professional society of chemists, physicists, biologists, and others that seeks the advancement of rheology, the theory and precise measurement of the deformation and flow of matter and its applications, through meetings and publications. The Society was organized in 1929 and is a founding Member Society of the American Institute of Physics.
From the description of The history of the Society of Rheology from 1924-1944, January 1944 (executed by directive from the Society). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 77818441
Chemist (physical chemistry). Assistant physicist National Bureau of Standards, 1915-1916 and chemist 1918; professor of chemistry Lafayette College, 1916-.
From the description of Early publications relating to rheology, 1925-1942. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 78228380
- Standardization--Societies, etc
- Insulation (heat)
- Physics--Societies (Academies and learned societies)
- Journal of Rheology
- United States (as recorded)