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Reference numberEC/1900/01
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TitleBurch, George James: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionSupplementary certificate of a Candidate for Election
CitationAuthor of the following scientific papers in addition to those stated in the first certificate: - 'On Professor Hermann's Theory of the Capillary Electrometer (Proc Roy Soc, vol 60, p 328); 'The Tangent Lens-guage' (Phil Mag, 1897, p 256); 'An Inductor-Alternator for Physiological Experiments' (Journ of Physiology, vol xxi, 1897); 'An Account of Certain Phenomena of Colour Vision with Intermittent Light' (ibid); 'Artificial Colour Blindness, with an Examination of the Colour-Sensations of 109 Persons' (Phil Trans, vol 191, 1899); joint author with Professor Gotch, FRS, of the following scientific papers: - 'The Electrical Response of Nerve to a Single Stimulus as investigated by the Capillary Electrometer' (Proc Roy Soc, vol 63, 1898, p 300); 'The Electrical Response of Nerve to Two Stimuli' (Journ of Physiol, vol 24, 1899); 'The Electromotive Force of the Organ Shock, &c, in 'Malapterurus electricus' (Proc Roy Soc, vol 65, p 434, 1900).
ProposersF Gotch; J S Haldane; John Burdon-Sanderson; E B Poulton; A D Waller; O J Lodge
Extent1 sheet
Access statusOpen
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Burch, George James: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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