Reference numberEC/1911/15
TitlePorter, Alfred William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionSupplementary certificate of a Candidate for Election. Date stamp on reverse
CitationSince the date of the original certificate, Mr Porter has published the following papers: 'On the Diffraction Rings for a Circular Opening and on the Limit of Resolving Power' (Roy Micros Soc, 1908); 'The Solidification of Helium' (Nature, 1908); 'On the Osmotic Pressure of Compressible Solutions of any Degree of Concentration,' Part II; 'Cases in which both Solvent and Solute are Volatile' (Proc Roy Soc, 1908); 'On the Effect of the Position of the Grating (or Prism) upon the Resolving Power of a Spectroscope' (Phil Mag, 1908); 'On Osmotic Pressure: being a reply to Prof Trevor' (Journ of Phys Chem, 1908); 'On an Anomaly in the Lagging of Thin Wires and Narrow Pipes' (Phil Mag,, 1910); 'Electric Splashes on Photographic Plates' (Phys Soc, 1908); Brit Assoc Rep, 1910; Journ of Rontgen Soc, 1910; Nature 1910; 'Co-ordination of Physics Teaching in School and College' (Messrs Christophers); 'The Growth of the Photographic Image'; being the Traill-Taylor Memorial Lecture, Royal Photographic Society (Journ Roy Photo Soc, 1910); 'On the Inversion Pionts for a Fluid passing through a Porous Plug and their Use in Testing proposed Equations of State. Part II; An Examination of Experimental Data' (Phil Mag, 1910); with Mr C Cuthberton, 'The Refractive Index of Radium Emanation' (Nature, 1909)
ProposersF T Trouton; William Ramsay; M J M Hill; J N Collie; J A Fleming; L N G Filon
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