Reference numberEC/1911/01
Previous numbersCert XIII, 1; A00382
TitleBarnes, Howard Turner: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationProfessor of Physics, McGill University, Montreal. Distinguished for his knowledge of Physics. Author of the following papers and books: - 'On the Capacity for Heat of Water between the Freezing and Boiling-points, together with a Determination of the Mechanical Equivalent of Heat' (Proc Roy Soc, 1900, and Phil Trans, Vol A, 1902); 'On the Variation of the Specific Heat of Mercury with the Temperature between 0 degrees and 100 degrees C' (Phys Rev, 1906); 'On the Specific Heat of Supercooled Water' (ibid, 1902); 'The Mechanical Equivalent of Heat measured by Electrical Means' (Trans Elect Cong, St Louis, 1904); 'On the Variation of the EMF of the Clark Standard Cell with Temperature and Strength of the Solution' (with Prof Callendar, Proc Roy Soc, 1897); 'On the Inversion of the Hepta and Hexa Hydrates of Zinc Sulphate in the Clark Cell' (Journ Phys Chem, 1900); 'On an Hermetically Sealed Type of Clark Cell' (Phys Rev, 1900); 'On the Western Standard Cell' (Journ Phys Chem, 1900 and 1904); 'On a New Method of Determining the Critical Velocity of Water' (Phys Rev, 1901); 'Flow of water through pipes: Experiments on Stream-line Motion and the Measurement of Critical Velocity' (with E G Coker, Proc Roy Soc, 1904); 'Heating Effect of the Radium Emanation' (with E Rutherford, Phil Mag, 1904); 'On the Heating Effect of the Rays of Radium' (with E Rutherford, ibid, 1905); 'On the Density of Ice' (Phys Rev, 1901, and Trans Roy Soc, Canada, 1902). Numerous papers in Trans Roy Soc, Canada, on the conditions of formation of frazil ice in Canadian rivers, and on differential temperature measurements between Mount Royal and the Observatory in Montreal. Author of 'Ice Formation with Special Reference to Anchor Ice and Frazil' (Wiley, New York; and Chapman, London).
ProposersH L Callendar; E Rutherford; E H Griffiths; H T Bovey; E W MacBride; F D Adams; J G Adami; A Schuster; W C D Whetham; F T Trouton; Joseph W Swan
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