Reference numberEC/1903/15
Previous numbersCert XII, 179
TitleTownsend, Sir John Sealy Edward: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationFellow of New College, Oxford. Late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. Wykeham Professor of Physics, Oxford. Distinguished for researches in Electricity. published papers: - 'Magnetisation of Liquids' (Phil Trans, vol clxxxvii, 1896); 'Electricity in Gases and the Formation of clouds in Charged Gases' (Proc Camb Phil Soc, vol ix, Part V, 1897; 'Electrical Properties of Newly Prepared Gases' (Phil Mag, Feb, 1898); 'Applications of Diffusion to Conducting Gases' (ibid, June, 1898); 'Formation of Clouds with Ozone ' (Proc Camb Phil Soc, vol x, Part II, 1899); 'Diffusion of Ions into Gases' (Phil Trans, vol cxciii, 1899); 'Secondary Rontgen Rays' (Proc Camb Phil Soc, vol x, Part IV); 'Duffusion of Ions produced in Air by the Action of a Radio-active Substance, Ultra-Violet Light and Point Discharges' (Phil Trans, vol cxcv); 'Conductivity produced in Gases by the Motion of Negatively Charged Ions' (Phil Mag, Feb, 1901). In conjunction with Mr P J Kirkby: - 'Conductivity produced in Hydrogen and Carbonic Acid Gas, by the Motion of Negatively Charged Ions' (ibid, June, 1901).
ProposersKelvin; R B Clifton; H H Turner; W Esson; O J Lodge; J H Poynting; A Schuster; A W Rucker; Rayleigh
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Townsend, Sir John Sealy Edward: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA2902Townsend; Sir; John Sealy Edward (1868 - 1957)1868 - 1957
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