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Reference numberEC/1887/12
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TitleLodge, Sir Oliver Joseph: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationProfessor of Physics in University College, Liverpool. Distinguished for his acquaintance with the science of physics. Author of numerous papers on Physics published in the Philosophical Magazine, Proceedings of the Physical Society of London, Reports of the British Association, and elsewhere, including (among many others) the following: - 'On some Problems connected with the flow of Electricity in a Plane;' 'On a Model illustrating mechanically the passage of Electricity through Metals, Electrolytes, and Dielectrics according to Maxwell's Theory;' 'On a Mechanical Illustration of Thermo-electric Phenomena;' 'On a modification of Mance's method of measuring Battery Resistance;' 'On attempt at a Systematic Classification of some of the Forms of Energy;' 'On Intermittent Currents and the Theory of the Induction Balance;' 'On the Dimensions of a Magnetic Pole in the Electrostatic System of Units;' 'On the Phenomena exhibited by Dusty Air in the neighbourhood of strongly Illuminated Bodies' (jointy with the late J W Clark); 'On the seat of Electromotive Force in the Galvanic Circuit;' 'On the Identity of Energy;' 'On Electrolysis;' 'Author of a book on the Elements of Mechanics' (W and R Chambers).
ProposersFrom Personal Knowledge: G Carey Foster; William Thomson; W Gryllo Adams; G Johnstone Stoney; Geo Fras Fitzgerald; Robert S Ball; G H Darwin; J W L Glaisher; J Hopkinson; A W Reinold; W E Ayrton; Henry E Armstrong; P H Pye-Smith; T E Thorpe; Herbert McLeod; John Perry; William Crookes; William Huggins; D E Hughes
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Lodge, Sir Oliver Joseph: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA8070Lodge; Sir; Oliver Joseph (1851 - 1940)1851 - 1940
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