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Authorised form of nameFinch; George Ingle (1888 - 1970)
SurnameFinch
ForenamesGeorge Ingle
Dates1888 - 1970
Dates and placesBirth:
04 August 1888
Death:
22 November 1970
ActivityCareer:
Professor of Applied Physical Chemistry
Honours:
MBE 1917
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
17/03/1938
Medals/Prizes:
Hughes Medal 1944
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Obituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1972 vol 18 pp 223-239, plate, by M Blackman
Royal Society codeNA628
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1938/06Finch, George Ingle: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/GA/WS/1197Finch, George Inglend
PB/1/33/1/3Nobel Prize1948
IM/GA/WS/2866Finch, George Inglend
RR/35/73Referee's report by Harold Baily Dixon, on a paper 'The electrical condition of hot surfaces during the adsorption of gases. Part I.-Gold and silver surfaces at temperatures up to 850°C' by George Ingle Finch and J C StimsonJune 1927
RR/38/9Referee's report by Harold Baily Dixon, on a paper 'Gaseous combusion in electric discharges. Part III.-The cathodic combustion of dry carbonic oxide detonating gas' by George Ingle Finch and D L HodgeApril 1929
RR/38/7Referee's report by Richard Threlfall, on a paper 'The electrical condition of hot surfaces during the adsorption of gases. Part III.—A platinum surface at temperatures up to 850° C' by George Ingle Finch and J C StimsonApril 1929
RR/38/8Referee's report by Harold Baily Dixon, on a paper 'The electrical condition of hot surfaces during the adsorption of gases. Part II. —A nickel surface at temperatures up to 850°C' by George Ingle Finch and J C Stimson25 June 1928
RR/41/86Referee's report by Harold Bailey Dixon, on two papers 'Gasesous combustion in electric discharges. Part VI.—The effect of diluents upon the cathodic combustion of carbonic oxide “detonating gas”' and 'Gasesous combustion in electric discharges. Part VII.—The effect of dilution with hydrogen on the cathodic combustion of carbonic oxide—oxygen mixtures' by George Ingle Finch and W L PatrickAugust 1930
RR/43/29Referee's report by Herbert Brereton Baker, on a paper 'The electrical condition of hot surfaces during the adsorption of gases. Part IV.—carbon and copper surfaces at temperatures up to 850° C' by George Ingle Finch and J C StimsonMarch 1931
RR/43/28Referee's report by Edward Victor Appleton, on a paper 'The effect of frequency on the condensed discharge ignition of carbonic oxide-air detonating gas' by George Ingle Finch and H H ThompsonJuly 1931
RR/43/27Referee's report by Robert Robertson, on a paper 'The effect of frequency on the condensed discharge ignition of carbonic oxide-air detonating gas' by George Ingle Finch and H H Thompson1931
RR/43/26Referee's report by Alfred Charles Glyn Egerton, on a paper 'Gaseous combustion in electric discharges. Part VIII.—The cathodic combustion of hydrogen-oxygen mixtures' by George Ingle Finch and E A J MahlerJune 1931
RR/67/19Referee's report by George Ingle Finch, on a paper 'Catalytic activity, crystal structure and adsorptive properties of evaporated metal films' by Otto Beeck, Alan Edward Smith and Ahlborn WheelerApril 1940
RR/48/83Referee's report by Francis William Aston, on a paper 'The electrical condition of hot surfaces. Part VI.—A gold surface catalysing the combustion of carbonic oxide' by George Ingle Finch and B W Bradford[November 1933]
RR/48/86Referee's report by Gilbert Thomas Morgan, on a paper 'The structure of magnesium, zinc and aluminium films' by George Ingle Finch and A G Quarrell26 May 1933
RR/48/82Referee's report by Eric Keightley Rideal, on a paper 'The electrical condition of hot surfaces. Part VI.—A gold surface catalysing the combustion of carbonic oxide' by George Ingle Finch and B W Bradford[August 1933]
RR/48/85Referee's report by Cecil Henry Desch, on a paper 'The structure of magnesium, zinc and aluminium films' by George Ingle Finch and A G Quarrell[March 1933]
RR/48/89Referee's report by Gilbert Thomas Morgan, on a paper 'The catalytic properties and structure of metal films.—Part I. Sputtered platinum' by George Ingle Finch, C A Murison, N Stuart and George Paget Thomson26 May 1933
RR/48/87Referee's report by Gilbert Thomas Morgan, on a paper 'Gaseous combustion in electric discharges. Part IX.—The cathodic water-gas equilibrium' by George Ingle Finch, B W Bradford and R J Greenshields12 October 1933
RR/53/70Referee's report by George Paget Thomson, on a paper 'The Beilby layer' by George Ingle Finch, A G Quarrell and J S Roebucknd [March 1934]
RR/53/68Second referee's report by George Paget Thomson, on a paper 'The catalytic properties and structure of metal films. Part II. —The electrical condition of platinum films' by George Ingle Finch and A W Ikinnd [March 1934]
RR/53/69Referee's report by George Paget Thomson, on a paper 'The catalytic properties and structure of metal films. Part II. —The electrical condition of platinum films' by George Ingle Finch and A W Ikinnd [February 1934]
RR/59/70Second referee's report by Douglas Rayner Hartree, on a paper 'The diffraction of electrons by graphite' by George Ingle Finch and H Wilman[March 1936]
RR/59/69Referee's report by Douglas Rayner Hartree, on a paper 'The diffraction of electrons by graphite' by George Ingle Finch and H Wilman[February 1936]
RR/70/44Referee's report by George Ingle Finch, on a paper 'An electron-diffraction study of the heating of straight-chain organic films and its application to lubrication' by K G Brummage25 April 1947
RR/67/335Referee's report by George Ingle Finch, on a paper 'The behaviour of polar molecules in solid paraffin wax' by D R Pelmore and E L SimonsFebruary 1940
RR/66/28Referee's report by George Ingle Finch, on a paper 'On the intensities of electron diffraction rings' by Moses Blackman10 July 1939
RR/67/16Referee's report by George Ingle Finch, on two papers 'On the mechanism of boundary lubrication. I. The action of long-chain polar compounds' by Otto Beeck, J W Givens and A E Smith and 'On the mechanism of boundary lubrication. II. Wear prevention by addition agents' by Otto Beeck, J W Givens and E C WilliamsApril 1940
RR/67/46Referee's report by George Ingle Finch, on two papers 'On the electron diffraction of multilayers of esters of fatty acids. I' by A Cameron and G D Coumoulos and 'The structure of multilayers of the esters' by G D Coumoulos and Eric Keightley Rideal5 May 1941
RR/68/86Referee's report by George Ingle Finch, on a paper 'The structure of electro-deposited chromium' by William Hume-Rothery and Malcolm R J Wyllie3 September 1942
RR/72/101Referee's report by George Ingle Finch, on a paper 'Optical diffraction patterns produced by bubble rafts' by James Dyson9 May 1949
RR/68/276Referee's report by George Ingle Finch, on a paper 'The electron diffraction by amorphous polymers' by G D Coumoulos[1943]
RR/71/10Referee's report by George Ingle Finch, on a paper 'Neutron diffraction' by G E Bacon and J Thewlis[1948]
RR/71/112Referee's report by George Ingle Finch, on a paper 'Microscopy by reconstructed wave-fronts' by Dennis Gabor[1948]
RR/71/216Referee's report by George Ingle Finch, on a paper 'Deformation of metals in static and in sliding contact' by A J W Moore31 May 1948
RR/72/273Referee's report by George Ingle Finch, on a paper 'Surface deformation and friction of metals at light loads' by J R Whitehead15 September 1949
RR/48/81Referee's report by Owen Willans Richardson, on two papers 'The electrical condition of hot surfaces during the adsorption of gases. Part V.—The charging up of hot surfaces' by J C Stimson, and 'The electrical condition of hot surfaces. Part VI.—A gold surface catalysing the combustion of carbonic oxide' by George Ingle Finch and B W Bradford[1933]
RR/51/86Referee's report by Owen Willans Richardson, on two papers 'The electrical condition of hot surfaces during the adsorption of gases. Part V.—The charging up of hot surfaces' by J C Stimson, and 'The electrical condition of hot surfaces. Part VI.—A gold surface catalysing the combustion of carbonic oxide' by George Ingle Finch and B W Bradford[1933]
IM/GA/WRS/8973Finch, George Inglend
RR/48/88Referee's report by Cecil Henry Desch, on a paper 'The catalytic properties and structure of metal films.—Part I. Sputtered platinum' by George Ingle Finch, C A Murison, N Stuart and George Paget Thomson[March 1933]
RR/48/84Referee's report by Alfred Charles Glyn Egerton, on a paper 'The electrical condition of hot surfaces. Part VI.—A gold surface catalysing the combustion of carbonic oxide' by George Ingle Finch and B W Bradford13 November 1933
RR/72/250Memorandum from the Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society, on a paper 'The mechanics of large bubbles rising through extended liquids and through liquids in tubes' by Geoffrey Ingram Taylor and R M Davies to George Ingle Finch14 September 1949
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