Reference numberEC/1900/02
TitleBurch, George James: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionPrincipal certificate
CitationLecturer at the University Extension College, Reading. Author of the following papers: - (1) Experiments on Flame' (Nature, 1885-1886); (2) 'A Perspective Microscope' (Proc Roy Soc, vol xlii); (3) 'Researches on the Capillary Electrometer' (Proc Roy Soc, vol xlvii, ibid, vol lix. Phil Trans vol clxxxiii(A), The Electrician July, 1896). 'On a Method of drawing Hyperbolas' (Phil Mag, Jan, 1896). Also joint author of the following papers: - (1) 'Dissociation of Amine Vapours') with Mr J E Marsh) (Journ Chem Soc, 1889); (2) 'EMF of certain cells containing Nitric Acid' (with Mr V H Veley) (Phil Trans vol clxxxii(A); (3) 'Effect of Injury in Muscle' (with Prof Burdon Sanderson) (Proc Physiol Soc, 1893); (4) 'Action of Concentrated Acid on Metals in contact' with Mr S W Dodgson) (Proc Chem Soc, 1894); (5) 'D'Arsonval Physical Theory' (with Mr L E Hill) (Journ Physiol, 1894); (6) 'The Electromotive Properties of 'Malapterurus electricus' (with Prof Gotch) (Phil Trans, 1896).
Proposers[B Price]; E B Poulton; V H Veley; F Gotch; A D Waller; John Burdon-Sanderson; F J Smith; C S Sherrington; V Horsley; W Oldling; W Esson; H McLeod; W R Dunstan; A V Harcourt; E B Elliott; Rayleigh; E A Schafer; E R Lankester; J S Haldane; G F Fitzgerald; H A Miers
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Access statusOpen
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