Julius Grant, British consulting forensic scientist, chemical consultant. Recipient Jubilee medal British Paper Makers' Association, 1958. Member Royal Society Chemistry, Society Chemical Industry, Forensic Science Society (president 1971-1973), British Academy Forensic Sciences (founder; Club: Savage (London).
Assistant to A. Chaston Chapman, F.R.S., 1922-1930. In paper industry, 1931-1949. Co-owner, operator Hehner and Cox Ltd.
(incorporating Sindall and Bacon), London, since 1950. Seconded part-time to British Censorship Department, 1939-1943.
Author books, including: Laboratory Handbook of Pulp and Paper Manufacture, second edition, 1961. Cellulose Pulp and Allied Products, 3d edition, 1958. Chemical Dictionary, 5th edition, 1986.
Books and Documents, 1933. Science for the Prosecution, 1941. Fluorescnece Analysis in Ultra-violet Light, 4th edition, 1959.
Sutton's Volumetric Chemical Analysis, 13th edition, 1955. Clowes and Coleman's Quantitative Analysis, 15th edition, 1954. Pregl's Organic Microanalysis, 5th edition, 1951.
Measurement of Hydrogen Ion Concentration, 1930. Qualitative Chemical Analysis, 1960. Paper and Board Making, 3d edition, 1974.
Also numerous professional papers. Editor: Paper and Board Manufacture, 3d edition, 1978.