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Reference numberEC/1901/15
Previous numbersCert XII, 135
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TitleDampier, Sir William Cecil: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationLecturer in Physics. Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. Author of the following scientific papers, &c: - 'On the Alleged Slipping at the Boundary of a Liquid in Motion' (Proc Roy Soc, xlviii, p 225, 1890, and Phil Trans, 1890, A p559); 'Note on Kohlrausch's Theory of Ionic Velocity' (Phil Mag, July, 1891); 'Ionic Velocities' (Proc Roy Soc, lii, p 283, 1893, translated Zeits fur Physikal Chem xi, p 220, 1893, also Phil Trans 1893, A, p337); 'On the velocity of the Hydrogen Ion through Solutions of Acetates' (Brit Assoc Reports, 1894, p 568); 'On the Velocities of the Ions and the Relative Ionization Powers of Solvents' (Phil Mag, 1894); 'The Velocity of the Ions' (Proc Roy Soc, lvii, p 182, 1895, and Phil Trans, A, 1895, p507); 'The Ionizing Power of Solvents' (Phil Mag, July , 1897); 'Report to the British Association on the Present State of our Knowledge in Electrolysis and Electro-Chemistry'; 'The Theory of the Migration of the ions and of Specific Ionic Velocities' (Brit Assoc Report, 1897, p 227); 'The Coagulative Power of Electrolytes' (Phil Mag, 1899); 'The Ionization of Dilute Solutions at the Freezing Point' (a paper read before the Royal Society); an elementary text book on 'Solution and Electrolysis' (Camb Univ Press, 1895); Letters and Articles in 'Nature' and 'Science Progress.'
ProposersO J Lodge; Rayleigh; R T Glazebrook; F H Neville; [G F Fitzgerald]; W Ramsay; J H Poynting; J Larmor; G C Foster; W N Shaw; C T Heycock; G H Darwin
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Dampier, Sir William Cecil: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA2257Whetham; Sir; William Cecil Dampier (1867 - 1952)1867 - 1952
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