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Reference numberEC/1888/10
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TitleBottomley, James Thomson: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationAfter being several years with Dr Andrews in Belfast, as pupil, and as assistant afterwards, he acted as demonstrator in Chemistry in King's College, London under Dr W A Miller, and subsequently as demonstrator and Lecturer in Natural Science, under Prof W G Adams, till 1870 when he came to his present post in the University of Glasgow.
Author of "Dynamics" for the Science and Art Department
"Hydrostatics" [for the Science and Art Department]
Mathematical Tables for Physical Calculations
Essay on Progress of Science since 1833 ('Conversations Lexicon')
All the articles on Electricity and Magnetism in Moxon's Dictionary of Science
Also of many scientific articles describing his own experimental researches: including "Thermal Conductivity of Water" RS Trans 1881. "Permanent Temperature of Conductors &c" Proc RSE &c, &c
ProposersFrom Personal Knowledge: William Thomson; James Dewar; John G McKendrick; James Thomson; Robert Grant; J H Gladstone; D E Hughes; W Grylls Adams; G Carey Foster
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Bottomley, James Thomson: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA8724Bottomley; James Thomson (1845 - 1926)1845 - 1926
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