Reference numberEC/1905/14
TitleStrutt, Robert John: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationFellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. As one who has made discoveries in Physics and as the author of the following papers: - 'On the Least Potential Difference required to Produce Discharge through Various Gases' (Phil Trans, vol cxciii, 1893); 'The Dispersion of the Cathode Rays by Magnetic Gases' (Phil Mag,, Nov, 1899); 'The Discharge of Electricity through Argon and helium' (ibid, March, 1900); 'The Behaviour of Becquerel and rontgen Rays in a Magnetic Field' (Proc Roy Soc, vol lxvi); 'The Conductivity of Gases under Becquerel Rays' (Phil Trans, vol cxcvi, 1901); 'The Tendency of the Atomic Weights to Approximate to Whole Numbers' (Phil Mag,, March, 1901); 'The Discharge of Positive Electrification by Hot Metals' (ibid, July, 1902); 'Electrical Conductivity of Metals and their Vapours' (ibid, Nov, 1902); 'Some Recent Investigations on Electrical Conduction' (Proc Roy Inst, April, 1903); 'Preparation and Properties of an Intensely Radio-active Gas from Metallic Mercury' (Phil Mag, July, 1903); 'Radio-activity of Ordinary Materials' (ibid, June, 1903); 'Absorption of Light by Mercury and its Vapour' (ibid, July, 1903); 'The Intensely Penetrating Rays of radium' (Proc Roy Soc, lxxii); 'Fluorescence of Crystals under Rontgen Rays' (Phil Mag, Aug, 1903); 'An Experiment to Exhibit the Loss of Negative Electricity by Radium' (ibid, Nov, 1903).
ProposersKelvin; William Crookes; Oliver J Lodge; J H Poynting; H F Newall; J J Thomson; R Threlfall; W F Barrett
Extent1 sheet
Access statusOpen

Strutt, Robert John: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA7877Strutt; Robert John (1875 - 1947); 4th Baron Rayleigh1875 - 1947
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