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Authorised form of nameMercer; James (1883 - 1932)
SurnameMercer
ForenamesJames
Dates1883 - 1932
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Bootle, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (15 January 1883)
Death:
London (21 February 1932)
ActivityResearch Field:
Pure Mathematics
Education:
MA
Career:
Fellow and Lecturer of Christ's College, Cambridge
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
11/05/1922
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Obituaries:
Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society 1932-1935 vol l pp 164-165, plate, by Ernest William Hobson
Royal Society codeNA1237
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1922/08Mercer, James: certificate of election to the Royal Society
NLB/39/616Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Professor A [Augustus] E [Edward] H [Hough] Love, Fellow of the Royal Society13 February 1909
RR/17/324Referee's report by Ernest William Hobson, on a paper 'Functions of positive and negative type' by James MercerApril 1909
RR/18/63Referee's report by Ernest William Hobson, on a paper 'Sturm-Liouville series of normal functions in the theory of integral equations' by James MercerApril 1910
RR/18/64Referee's report by Alfred Cardew Dixon, on a paper 'Sturm-Liouville series of normal functions in the theory of integral equations' by James MercerMay 1910
NLB/58/601Copy letter from Edwin Deller, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to James Mercer Esquire, FRS; Christ's College, Cambridge28 May 1920
RR/33/122Referee's report by James Mercer, on a paper 'A class of integral equations occuring in physics' by D M Wrich and J NicholsonOctober 1925
NLB/58/502Copy letter from Edwin Deller, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. James Mercer; 4 Alexandra Drive, Aintree, Liverpool13 May 1920
RR/17/322Referee's report by William Burnside, on a paper 'Functions of positive and negative type' by James MercerJanuary 1908
RR/17/323Referee's report by Thomas John I'anson Bromwich, on a paper 'Functions of positive and negative type' by James Mercer10 February 1909
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