Reference numberEC/1902/13
TitleNewall, Hugh Frank: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationEx-Demonstrator in the Cavendish Laboratory. Now engaged in Astrophysical Research at the Observatory, Cambridge. Secretary of the Royal Astronomical Society. Author of the following papers: - 'Internal Reflections in the Eye' (Proc Roy Soc, 1883); 'Colliding Water Jets' (Phil Mag, 1885); 'Formation of Vortex Rings' (Proc Roy Soc, 1885) with Professor J J Thomson; 'Rate at which Electricity Leaks through Badly Conducting Liquids' (ibid, 1886) with ProfessorJ J Thomson; 'Recalesence of steel' (Phil Mag, 1888); 'Peculiarities in Iron and Steel at a Bright Red Heat' (ibid, 1887); 'Recalescence of Steel' (Proc Camb Phil Soc, 1888); 'Effect of Narrow Crevasses on the Magnetisation of Iron Rods' (ibid, 1887) with Professor J J Thomson; 'Combination of Prisms for a Stellar Spectroscope' (ibid, 1894); 'Photographs with a Visual Telescope' (Monthly Notices, Roy Astron Soc, 1894); 'Formation of Photographic Star Discs' (ibid, 1894); 'Measurements of Phobos, the Inner Satellite of Mars' (ibid, 1895); 'Spectrum of Argon' (Proc Roy Soc, 1895); 'The Bruce Spectroscope' (Monthly Notices, Roy Astron Soc, 1896); 'New Form of Spectroheliograph' (Proc Camb Phil Soc, 1896); 'Spectroscopic Determinations of Velocity in the Line of Sight' (Monthly Notices, Roy Astron Soc, 1897); 'Luminosity attending the Compression of certain Rarefied Gases' (Proc Camb Phil Soc, 1897); 'Preliminary Report on Observations of the Total Solar Eclipse in India, 1898, January 22' (Proc Roy Soc, 1898); 'Note on the Spectrum of a Aurigae' (Monthly Notices, Roy Astron Soc, 1899).
ProposersA A Common; David Gill; William Huggins; Robert S Ball; George Gabriel Stokes; G H Darwin; J Larmor; H H Turner; R T Glazebrook; W H M Christie; J F Tennant; A A Rambaut
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Newall, Hugh Frank: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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