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Reference numberEC/1948/02
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TitleBowden, Frank Philip: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionCitation typed. List of papers mentioned in citation is not appended.
CitationDistinguished for valuable investigations on the physical properties of surfaces, including: study of the potential at a solid-liquid interface and the mechanism of deposition of ions on metallic surfaces; study of the physical and chemical processes which occur during the rubbing and impact of solid surfaces, and the mechanism of friction, lubrication, and wear; methods for measuring the surface temperature of sliding solids and the real area of contact; study of the phenomena of polishing, surface flow, and formation of the Beilby layer. Since 1939 has done important war work for Australian Government.
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ProposersFrom Personal Knowledge. F G Donnan; R G W Norrish; Eric K Rideal; W L Bragg; G I Taylor; C H Desch; Robert Robertson; N K Adam; S Goldstein; G Ingle Finch; F H A Marshall; S S Bhatnagar; E A Guggenheim
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Bowden, Frank Philip: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA1636Bowden; Frank Philip (1903 - 1968)1903 - 1968
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