Reference numberEC/1906/14
Previous numbersCert XII, 231
TitleWilson, Harold Albert: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationLecturer on Physics, King's College, London. Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. Author of the following papers: 'On the Electrical Conductivity of Flames containing Salt Vapour' (Phil Trans, A, 192, 1899); 'On the Electrical Conductivity of Air and Salt Vapours' (ibid, 1901); 'Discharge of Electricity by Hot Platinum' (ibid, 1903); 'On the Electric Effects of Rotating a Dielectric in a Magnetic Field' (ibid, 1904); 'On the Influence of Dissolved Substances and of Electrification on the Re-formation of Clouds' (Phil Mag, 1898); 'On Velocity of Solidification' (Proc Camb Phil Soc, 1898); 'On the Variation of the Electric Intensity and Conductivity along the Electric Discharge in Rarefied Gases' (ibid, 1900); 'On the Velocity of Solidification and Viscosity of Supercooled Liquids' (ibid, 1904); 'On the Magnetic Deflection of Cathode Rays' (Proc Camb Phil Soc, 1902); 'On the Magnetic Effect of Electric Convection and on Rowlands' and Cremieu's Experiments' (Phil Mag, 1901); 'The Laws of Electrolysis of Alkali Salt Vapours' (ibid, 1902); 'On the Hall Effect in Gases at Low Pressures' (Proc Camb Phil Soc, 1902); 'The Current Density at the Cathode in the Electric Discharge in Air' (Phil Mag, 1902); 'A Determination of the Charge on the Ions produced in Air by Rontgen Rays' (ibid, 1903); 'The Electric Intensity in the Uniform Positive Column in Air' (ibid, 1903); 'On Convection of Heat' (Proc Camb Phil Soc, 1905); 'The Electrical Conductivity of Flames' (Phil Mag, 1905).
ProposersJ J Thomson; A Smithells; W C D Whetham; C T R Wilson; J H Poynting; R T Glazebrook; G F C Searle
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Wilson, Harold Albert: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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