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Authorised form of nameQuincke; Georg Hermann (1834 - 1924)
SurnameQuincke
ForenamesGeorg Hermann
Dates1834 - 1924
NationalityGerman
Dates and placesBirth:
Frankfurt-an-der-Oder, Germany (19 November 1834)
Death:
Heidelberg, Germany (13 January 1924)
ActivityResearch Field:
Physics
Education:
Berlin; Konigsberg; Heidelberg
Career:
Privat Docent, Berlin (1859); Professor, University of Wurzburg (1872); Ordinary Professor of Physics, Heidelberg (1875)
Royal Society activityMembership:
Foreign Member
Election Date:
3/04/1879
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DSB
Obituaries:
Proc Roy Soc Series A 1924 vol 105 pp xiii-xv signed by A S
Royal Society codeNA6509
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1879/10Quincke, Georg Hermann: certificate of election to the Royal Society
NLB/2/80Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Messrs Trübner & Company, 57 Ludgate Hill, E.C.6 January 1888
NLB/6/921Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to George Carey Foster, Fellow of the Royal Society16 September 1892
NLB/23/1/165Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Dr Georg Hermann Quincke, Foreign Member Royal Society, Friedrichsbau, Heidelberg, Germany4 October 1901
NLB/31/200Copy letter from Joseph Larmor, to Professor Dr Georg Hermann Quincke, Foreign Member Royal Society, Heidelberg8 July 1905
MS/928/2/128Letter from Georg Quincke. Heidelberg, to Charles Vernon Boys, Science School, South Kensington, London7 June 1891
NLB/66/58Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to [Charles Vernon] Boys, FRS15 February 1924
NLB/66/97Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Sir Arthur Schuster, Foreign Secretary of the Royal Society.22 February 1924
NLB/6/972Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Professor Michael Foster27 September 1892
NLB/6/925Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Professor George Carey Foster19 September 1892
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