Reference numberEC/1900/17
TitleWilson, Charles Thomson Rees: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationAt present engaged in Investigations on Atmospheric Electricity on behalf of the Meteorological Council. Author of the following papers: - 'On the Formation of Cloud in the absence of Dust' (Camb Phil Soc Proc, vol 8, p 306); 'The effect of Rontgen's Rays on Cloudy Condensation' (Proc Roy Soc, vol 59, p 338); 'Condensation of Water Vapours in the Presence of Dust-free Air and other Gases' (Phil Trans, A, 189 (1897), pp 265-307). 'On the Action of Uranium Rays on the Condensation of Water Vapour' (Camb Phil Soc Proc, vol 9, pp 333-338); 'On the Production of a Cloud by the Action of Ultra-Violet Light on Mist Air' (ibid, vol 9, p 392); 'Condensation Nuclei produced in Gases by the Action of Rontgen Rays, Uranium Rays, Ultra-Violet Light and other Agents' (Phil Trans, A, 192, pp 403-453); 'Comparative Efficiency as Condensation Nuclei of positively and negatively charged Ions' (ibid, A, 193, pp 289-308).
ProposersG H Darwin; J Larmor; G D Liveing; Robert S Ball; E H Griffiths; C T Heycock; A Schuster; F H Neville; W N Shaw
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Wilson, Charles Thomson Rees: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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