Reference numberEC/1918/14
Previous numbersCert XIII, 143; A03403
TitleHill, Archibald Vivian: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationFellow of Kings's College, formerly Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. Lecturer on Physical Chemistry in the University of Cambridge. Distinguished for successful application of mathematics and physical chemistry to physiology. Author of: - 'Mode of Action of Nicotine and Curari' (Journ Physiol, 1909); 'New Mathematical Treatment of Changes in Ionic Concentration in Muscle and Nerve with a Theory of their Mode of Excitation' (ibid, 1910); 'Heat Produced in Contracture and Muscular Tone' (ibid, 1910); 'Position occupied by Production of Heat in Processes Constituting a Muscular Contraction' (ibid, 1911); 'New Form of Differential Micro-Calorimeter' (ibid, 1911); 'Total Energy Exchanges of Cold-Blooded Animals at Rest' (ibid, 1911); 'Absence of Temperature Changes during Transmission of a Nervous Impulse' (ibid, 1912); 'Heat Production of Surviving Amphibian Muscles' (ibid, 1912); 'Energy Degraded in Recovery Processes of Stimulated Muscles' (ibid, 1913); 'Absolute Mechanical Efficiency of Isolated Muscle' (ibid, 1913); 'Heat Production in Prolonged Contractions of Isolated Muscle' (ibid, 1913); 'Combinations of Haemoglobin' (Bio-Chem Journ, 1913); 'Thermodynamics of Muscular Contraction' (Rolleston Prize, 'in the press'); 'Confidential Pamphlet on Aerial Range-Finding for Ministry of Munitions' (May, 1916). Also of: - 'Nature and Molecular Weight of Haemoglobin' (with Barcroft) (Journ Physiol, 1910); 'Calorimetrical Experiments on Warm-Blooded Animals' (with A M Hill) (ibid, 1913); 'Transmission of Infra-Red Rays by the Media of the Eye, &c' (with Hartridge) (Proc Roy Soc, 1915); and of ten short papers in Proc Physiol Soc,1910-1914.
ProposersJ N Langley; W M Bayliss; F G Hopkins; J Barcroft; J S Haldane; W J Pope; H Darwin
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Hill, Archibald Vivian: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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