Reference numberEC/1917/06
Previous numbersCert XIII, 120; A02284
TitleEve, Arthur Stewart: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationProfessor of Physics, McGill University, Montreal. Distinguished for his contributions to Radio-activity, Ionisation, and the radio-active state of the earth and atmosphere. Member of the International Committee for fixing the Radium Standard. Author of the following papers: - 'On the Secondary Radiation caused by the Beta Rays of Radium' (Phil Mag, 1904); 'The Absorption of the Gamma Rays of Radio-active Substances' (ibid, 1905); 'The Changes in Velocity in an Electric Field of the Alpha, Beta and Secondary Rays from Radio-active Substances' (ibid, 1908); 'The Secondary Gamma Rays due to the Gamma Rays of Radium C' (ibid, 1908, 1909); 'On the Coefficient of Absorption by Air of the Beta Rays from Radium C' (ibid, 1911, 1914); 'On the Number of Ions produced by the Beta Rays and by the Gamma Rays from Radium C (ibid, 1911); 'The Measurement of the Radium and Thorium in Minerals by the Gamma Radiation' (Amer Journ Sci, 1906); 'A Comparison of the Ionisation produced in Gases by Penetrating Radium and Rontgen Rays' (Phil Mag, 1904, 1912); 'Ionisation by Spraying' (ibid, 1907); 'The Effect of Dust and Smoke on the Ionisation of the Air' (ibid, 1910); 'On the Radio-active Matter in the Earth and Atmosphere' (ibid, 1906, 1907, 1908); 'The Ionisation of the Atmosphere over the Ocean' (ibid, 1907); 'On the amount of Radium Present in Sea Water' (ibid, 1909); 'On the Ionisation of the Atmosphere due to Radio-active Matter' (ibid, 1911); 'The Amount of Radium Present in Typical Rocks in the Immediate Neighbourhood of Montreal' (ibid, 1907).
ProposersErnest Rutherford; R J Strutt; W H Bragg; F D Adams; A Willey; H T Barnes; F Soddy; C G Barkla; Joseph Larmor; H Woodward; J Joly
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Eve, Arthur Stewart: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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