Reference numberEC/1927/01
Previous numbersCert XIV, 24; A00156
TitleAppleton, Sir Edward Victor: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationDistinguished for his researches on electric waves, atmospherics, and the Heaviside layer. Author of many papers of which some of the more important are: - 'The automatic synchronization of triode oscillators' (Proc Camb Phil Soc, 1922); 'On the nature of atmospherics' (with R A Watson Watt and J F Herd, Proc Roy Soc, 1926); 'On some direct evidence for downward atmospheric reflection of electric rays' (with M A F Barnett, Proc Roy Soc, 1925); 'On wireless interference phenomena between ground waves and waves deviated by the upper atmosphere' (with M A F Barnett, Proc Roy Soc 1926).
ProposersJ J Thomson; C T R Wilson; Joseph Larmor; H B Jackson; W H Eccles; G I Taylor; F W Aston; O W Richardson
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Appleton, Sir Edward Victor: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA5602Appleton; Sir; Edward Victor (1892 - 1965)1892 - 1965
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