Reference numberEC/1914/14
Previous numbersCert XIII, 75; A56885
TitleSmith, Samuel Walter Johnson: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationAssistant Professor of Physics at the Imperial College of Science, SW. Distinguished for his works on Electrolytic Phenomena and Magnetism. Ex-Scholar and Coutts Trotter Student of Trinity College, Cambridge. Hon Secretary of the Physics Society. Author of the following papers: - 'On the Nature of Electrocapillary Phenomena' (Phil Trans, 1903); 'The Thermomagnetic Analysis of Meteoric and Artificial Nickel from Alloys' (Phil Trans, 1908); 'On the Contact Potential-differences Determined by Means of Null Solutions' (with H Moss, Phil Mag, 1908); 'On the Action between Metals and Acids' (ibid, 1909); 'The Limitations of the Weston cell as a Standard of Electromotive Force' (ibid, 1910); 'On Surface Effects between Mercury and Certain Solutions' (with W F Higgins, Trans Faraday Soc, 1911); 'The Magnetic Transition Temperature of Cementite' (Proc Phys Soc, 1911); 'The Self-Demagnetisation of Annealed Steel Rods' (ibid, 1912); 'The Thermomagnetic Study of Steel' (ibid, 1912); 'The Resistance of Electrolytes' (with H Moss, ibid, 1912).
ProposersH L Callendar; R J Strutt; Joseph J Thomson; William de W Abney; A R Forsyth; T Mather; M O Forster; W Watson; A Fowler; L Fletcher; V H Blackman; W Duddell; Ernest Rutherford; H B Baker
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Smith, Samuel Walter Johnson: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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