Royal Institute of Chemistry

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ROYAL INSTITUTE OF CHEMISTRY

Incorporated into : 1980 Royal Society of Chemistry

Arms of Royal Institute of Chemistry

Official blazon

Arms : Per pale gules and azure, within a voided hexagon Or charged with the alchemical symbols for silver, copper, tin, lead, iron and mercury, sable a sun in splendour gold.
Crest: On the dexter side a sea-horse (Hippocampus) azure, guttee d'Or finned gold, and on the sinister side a salamander gules in flames Or.
Motto: Ratio atque usus

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially granted on September 12, 1958.

We have no information on the meaning or origin of these arms.

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