Reference numberEC/1905/13
Previous numbersCert XII, 211
TitleSearle, George Frederick Charles: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationSenior Demonstrator at the Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge. Author of the following papers: - 'Problems in Electric Convection' (Phil Trans, 1896); 'A Determination of 'v'' (ibid, 1890, with J J Thomson); 'The Measurement of Magnetic Hysteresis' (Phil Trans, 1902, with T G Bedford); 'The Steady Motion of an Electrified Ellipsoid' (Phil Mag, 1897); 'A Compound Magnetometer for Testing the Magnetic Properties of Iron and Steel' (Proc Camb Phil Soc, 1892); 'Method of Measuring the Loss of Energy in Hysteresis' (ibid, 1895); 'The Cathodic Measurement of Hysteresis' (Electrician, 1902); 'Elasticity of Wires' (Phil Mag, 1900); 'Apparatus for Measuring the Extension of a wire' (Proc Camb Phil Soc, 1900); 'On a Vibration Magnetometer and on the Ball-ended Magnets of Robinson' (ibid, 1902); 'On the Co-efficient of Mutual Induction for a Circle and a Circuit with Parallel Sides of Infinite Length' (ibid, 1902); 'Determination of Currents in Absolute Electromagnetic Measure' (Electrician, Sep, 1891, to Jan, 1892); 'On the Magnetic Field due to a Current in a low-placed Parallel to the Arcs of a Cylinder of Iron' (ibid, 1898).
ProposersJ J Thomson; J H Poynting; Oliver J Lodge; R T Glazebrook; W N Shaw; C T R Wilson; J A Ewing; S P Thompson; G H Bryan
Extent1 sheet
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Searle, George Frederick Charles: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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