Professor Svante August Arrhenius, of Stockholm, Sweden, will deliver three lectures at the University. The first lecture, on "The Mutual Relations of the Exact Sciences," will be given in New Lecture Hall tomorrow evening at 8.15 o'clock, and will be open to the public. The second lecture, on "The Theory of Electrolytic Dissociation," will be given in Boylston 7 Friday at 12 o'clock, and the third, on "Adsorption," will be given in Boylston 9 next Monday at 12 o'clock. The last two lectures will be open only to members of the University and of Radcliffe College.
Professor Arrhenius is Director of the Nobel Institute of Physical Chemistry at Stockholm, and was one of the first to receive the Nobel Prize. He is regarded as the founder of the new physical chemistry, and is one of the highest authorities on world cosmogony. Of his recent books, the most widely known is "Worlds in the Making."