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Reference numberEC/1907/06
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TitleBragg, Sir William Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionSupplementary certificate, not on official form
CitationWilliam Henry Bragg MA, Trinity College, Cambridge. Third Wrangler, 1884. Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy at the University of Adelaide since 1885. Author of the following papers: "Presidential Address to Section A of the Australian Association, 1904"; "On the Absorption of [alpha]-Rays, and on the electrification of the [alpha]-rays from Radium", Phil Mag 1904; "On the ionisation curves of radium", Phil Mag 1904; "On the [alpha]-particles of radium, and their loss of range in passing through various atoms and molecules", (with R Kleeman) Phil Mag 1905; "Note on the critical speed at which the [alpha]-particle ceases to ionise", Phil Mag 1905; "On the recombination of ions in air and other gases" (with R Kleeman) Phil Mag 1905; On the ionisation of various gases by the [alpha]-particles of radium", Phil Mag 1906; "On the [alpha]-particles of uranium and thorium", Phil Mag 1906 "On the elastic medium method of treating electrostatic [?]", Phil Mag 1902. His researches on the absorbtion of the [alpha]-particles and the ionisation produced by them have thrown quite a new light on the properties of these particles
ProposersR J L Ellery; Orme Masson; E C Stirling; W Baldwin Spencer; A Liversidge; W A Haswell
Extent1 sheet
Access statusOpen
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Bragg, Sir William Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA8140Bragg; Sir; William Henry (1862 - 1942); physicist1862 - 1942
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