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Reference numberEC/1902/11
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TitleMather, Thomas: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationChief Assistant in the Electrical Engineering Department City and Guilds of London Institute, Central Technical College. has devoted particular attention to electrical measuring instruments, in which he has effected many valuable improvements widely adopted in practice. Author of papers 'On the Calibration of Galvanometers by Constant Current' (Phys Soc, 1885); 'On the Shape of Movable Coils used in Electrical Measuring Instruments' (ibid, 1890). Joint author with Professor Ayrton of fourteen papers, viz, 'On the Construction of Non-inductive Resistances' (ibid, 1891); 'Workshop Ballistic and other Shielded Galvanometers' (ibid, 1892); 'Students' Apparatus for Verifying Ohm's Law' (ibid, 1894); 'Galvanometers ' (ibid, 1898); 'Galvanometers' (Phil Mag, 1896); 'A Universal Shunt for Galvanometers' (Inst Elect Eng, 1894); 'Transparent Conducting Screens for Electric and other apparatus' (ibid); 'An Astatic Station Voltmeter' (ibid); &c, &c.
ProposersH E Armstrong; J Perry; [J V Jones]; J A Ewing; S Bidwell; C V Boys; O J Lodge; S P Thompson; W E Ayrton; G C Foster; [G F Fitzgerald]
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Mather, Thomas: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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