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O. W. (Owen Willans) Richardson:

An Inventory of His Papers at the Harry Ransom Center



Creator: Richardson, O. W. (Owen Willans), 1879-1959
Title: O. W. (Owen Willans) Richardson Papers
Dates: 1898-1958 (bulk 1920-1940)
Abstract: The papers of Sir O. W. (Owen Willans) Richardson, the Nobel Prize-winning British physicist who pioneered the field of thermionics, contain research materials and drafts of his writings, correspondence, as well as letters and writings from numerous distinguished fellow scientists.
Call Number: MS-3522
Extent: 112 document boxes, 2 oversize boxes (49.04 linear feet), 1 oversize folder (osf), 5 galley folders (gf)
Language: Primarily English; some works and correspondence written in French, German, or Italian.
Note: The Ransom Center gratefully acknowledges the assistance of the Center for History of Physics, American Institute of Physics, which provided funds to support the processing and cataloging of this collection.
Repository: The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Center

Biographical Sketch

The English physicist Owen Willans Richardson, who pioneered the field of thermionics, was also known for his work on photoelectricity, spectroscopy, ultraviolet and X-ray radiation, the electron theory, and quantum theory. He was awarded the 1928 Nobel Prize for physics for his work in thermionics and for his discovery of Richardson's Law.

Richardson was born in Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England to Joshua Henry Richardson and Charlotte Maria Willans Richardson. He was educated at Batley Grammar School and Trinity College, Cambridge before eventually earning his D.Sc. from University College London in 1904. During his time at Trinity College, he worked in the Cavendish Laboratory under Joseph John Thomson. He was part of a group of scholars which included Ernest Rutherford, Charles Thomson Rees Wilson, Paul Langevin, and Harold A. Wilson, with whom he forged professional and personal relationships.

In 1905, Richardson married Harold Wilson's sister, Lilian and in 1906, he accepted an appointment as professor of physics at Princeton University. While at Princeton, Richardson did research work and published papers on photoelectricity, spectroscopy, X-rays and thermodynamics. His students at this time included Robert H. Goddard and Arthur and Karl Compton. During this same period, Richardson's sisters married two of his American colleagues: Elizabeth married Oswald Veblen in 1908 and in 1911 Charlotte married Clinton Davisson. In 1913, Richardson returned to England after accepting the Wheatstone professorship of physics at King's College, University of London. He was also, at this time, elected as a fellow of the Royal Society.

He published his first book, The Electron Theory of Matter, in 1914 and his second, The Emission of Electricity from Hot Bodies, in 1916. His expertise made him an asset during the First World War and he was recruited to do research in the area of telecommunications, more specifically in the industries of wireless telegraphy and telephony.

He received the Hughes Medal of the Royal Society in 1920 and served as president of the Physics section of the British Association for the Advancement of Science from 1921 to 1922. He relinquished teaching duties in 1924 upon his dual appointments as Yarrow research professor of the Royal Society and director for research in physics at King's College. He also served as president of the Physical Society from 1926 to 1928. Richardson was awarded the 1928 Nobel Prize for physics on December 12, 1929. He was knighted in 1939.

Richardson influenced many students and peers and worked with such collaborators as T. Tanaka, Frederick Steell Robertson, Percy Maurice Davidson, Subbarao Ramachandra Rao and Alexander Konstantinovitch Denisoff. He played host to visiting scholars including Hendrik Antoon Lorentz, Niels Bohr, Max Planck, Peter Debye, and Arnold Sommerfeld. Richardson contributed to the field by advancing scientific understanding of the emission of electrons from hot surfaces. His third and last book, Molecular Hydrogen and Its Spectrum, was published in 1934. He retired from the University of London in 1944.

Richardson and his wife Lilian had two sons, Harold Owen Wilson Richardson and John Dixon Wilson Richardson, and one daughter, Lilian Mary Richardson (who married A. K. Denisoff). Harold studied physics, while John entered the practice of medicine and psychiatry. After his wife Lilian died in 1945, Richardson married physicist and family friend Henrietta Maria Rupp in 1948. Richardson died of a cerebral thrombosis on February 15, 1959.


Scope and Contents

The papers of Nobel-prize winning physicist O. W. (Owen Willans) Richardson contain manuscripts and research materials for Richardson's published and unpublished work; correspondence to and from fellow scientists and educators, students, scientific organizations, colleges and universities, government agencies, and businesses; as well as works received from many distinguished colleagues and students. Spanning 1898 to 1958 (bulk 1920 to 1940), the papers are arranged in four series: I. Works, 1900-1949; II. Letters, 1905-1951; III. Recipient, 1903-1958; IV. Miscellaneous, 1898-1952. The papers are primarily written in English, although some French, German, and Italian language materials are present.

The papers include manuscript materials for Richardson's own monographs and articles concerning his research on thermionic emission, the hydrogen molecule, soft X-rays, quantum theory, the Rydberg constants, and other topics. The related work of many of Richardson's students and fellow physicists, chemists, electrical engineers, and mathematicians in the international research community is well-documented in work undertaken either with Richardson or independently. Richardson's role as an educator is revealed in correspondence with students, colleagues, and various organizations and his files frequently include applications, testimonials, reports, theses, and dissertations. The papers also attest to other aspects of Richardson's professional career, such as his work with scientific organizations, attendance at conferences, work supporting government and commercial research, patents received, and honors and awards such as the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1928. A small portion of the papers are personal in nature, chiefly correspondence from or to various family members.

Among the many distinguished physicists represented in the Richardson papers by correspondence and/or writings are Hannes Alfvén, Edward Victor Appleton, Francis William Aston, Charles Glover Barkla, Patrick Maynard Stuart Blackett, Niels Bohr, Max Born, William Henry Bragg, William Lawrence Bragg, Percy Williams Bridgman, James Chadwick, Sydney Chapman, John Douglas Cockcroft, Arthur Holly Compton, Edward Uhler Condon, Clinton Joseph Davisson, Louis Victor DeBroglie, Peter Debye, Paul Adrien Maurice Dirac, Arthur Stanley Eddington, Paul Ehrenfest, Enrico Fermi, James Franck, Yakov Ilyich Frenkel, Dennis Gabor, George Gamow, Hans Geiger, Otto Hahn, Werner Heisenberg, Frederic Joliot, Irene Joliot-Curie, Heike Kamerlingh Onnes, Petr Leonidovich Kapitza, Hendrik A. Kramers, Paul Langevin, Irving Langmuir, Max von Laue, Ernest Orlando Lawrence, M. Stanley Livingston, Fritz London, Hendrik Antoon Lorentz, Theodore Lyman, Albert Abraham Michelson, Robert Andrews Millikan, Nevill Francis Mott, Robert Sanderson Mulliken, Wolfgang Pauli, Rudolf Ernst Peierls, Jean Perrin, Max Planck, Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman, Ernest Rutherford, Erwin Schrödinger, Manne Siegbahn., Arnold Sommerfeld, Otto Stern, John William Strutt (Baron Rayleigh), George Paget Thomson, Joseph John Thomson, Harold Clayton Urey, John H. Van Vleck, Robert Williams Wood, and Pieter Zeeman.

The Richardson Papers were originally cataloged during a project in 1967 supported by the Joint Committee of the American Physical Society – American Philosophical Society on the History of Theoretical Physics in the Twentieth Century. At that time, the papers were described on over 8,000 catalog cards which were reproduced in the 454-page A Catalogue of the Sir Owen Richardson Manuscript Collection in the History of Science Collection, The University of Texas, compiled by James Henry Leech. This finding aid replicates and replaces information previously available only through the card file or the catalogue.

Series I. Works

The Works series consists chiefly of research notebooks and notes, drafts, and proofs for Richardson's professional research and writings, 1900-1949 (32 boxes). In addition to handwritten notes and drafts, typescript drafts, galley proofs, page proofs, and offprints, a number of works are also represented by blueprints, calculations, charts, diagrams, graphs, photographs, or plates. Research topics include, but are not limited to, thermionic emission, the hydrogen molecule, soft X-rays, quantum theory, and the Rydberg constants. Among the earliest materials are notebooks for experiments at Cambridge University, 1902-1906. Some of the more extensively featured manuscripts in the collection include The Electron Theory of Matter (1914), The Emission of Electricity from Hot Bodies (1916), several papers on the spectrum of H₂ (1929-1934), and Molecular Hydrogen and its Spectrum (1934).

Because Richardson frequently collaborated with others, a number of works found in this series were co-authored with colleagues and students, among them Ursula Andrewes, Charles B. Bazzoni, Devidas Raghunath Bhawalkar, Francis Cecil Chalklin, Rabindranath Chaudhuri, Karl Taylor Compton, Kusumeshu Das, Percy Maurice Davidson, E. W. Foster, Sunao Imanishi, Thomas Ralph Merton, A. A. Newbold, J. Nicol, Subbarao Ramachandra Rao, Eric Keightley Rideal, Frederick Steell Robertson, F. J. Rogers, S. C. Roy, T. B. Rymer, Charles Sheard, Frederick Soddy, T. Tanaka, and William Ewart Williams. Particularly well-represented are Davidson and Robertson, including research undertaken by Richardson and Robertson for the British Admiralty on optics and thermionics during World War I.

Richardson's other writings are connected with his teaching and his work with scientific organizations, such as testimonials and reports with professional and personal evaluations of students and colleagues, biographical sketches and obituary notices of fellow scientists, lecture notes, and speeches. Personal writings include two poems.

The works in this series are arranged alphabetically by title. When multiple versions and formats represent a single title, they are arranged from earliest to latest state. A complete index of titles is included in the Index of Works by O. W. Richardson in this finding aid

Series II. Letters

The Letters series spans 1905-1951 (4 boxes) and contains drafts of Richardson's outgoing correspondence to approximately 600 colleagues, students, scientific organizations, universities, and corporations. The letters are arranged alphabetically by recipient name, including Niels Bohr, William Lawrence Bragg, American Telephone and Telegraph Company, Percy Maurice Davidson, Clinton Joseph Davisson, Gerhard Heinrich Dieke, James Hopwood Jeans, King's College, University of London, A. A. Newbold, Frederick Steell Robertson, and the Swedish Royal Academy of Science, among others.

Series III. Recipient

The Recipient series consists of Richardson's incoming letters from approximately 3500 correspondents, 1903-1958 (23 boxes). Scientific correspondence dates primarily from 1920 to 1938 and includes letters pertaining to research projects and papers from well-known physicists such as Edward Victor Appleton, Niels Bohr, William Henry Bragg, William Lawrence Bragg, Percy Maurice Davidson, James Hopwood Jeans, Ernest Rutherford, Joseph John Thomson, and many others. Other frequent correspondents include students—often sending applications, requesting testimonials, or seeking Richardson's opinion on scientific endeavors or training—or colleagues and administrators from King's College, University of London and many other colleges and universities.

Correspondence from British scientific societies and government organizations including the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, the National Physical Laboratory, the Physical Society, and the Royal Society, and from major corporations with research laboratories, such as American Telephone and Telegraph Company, Bell Telephone Laboratories, and General Electric, is also well-represented in this series.

The series also contains about 350 letters of congratulation on the occasions of Richardson's Nobel Prize award in 1928 and knighthood in 1939. A small portion of the correspondence is personal in nature, primarily letters from Richardson's sisters, their husbands, and other relatives from the Denisoff, Davisson, Richardson, Veblen, and Wilson families.

The recipient correspondence is arranged alphabetically by author name and chronologically thereunder when multiple letters are present. All correspondent names are included in the Index of Correspondents segment of this finding aid.

Series IV. Miscellaneous

Items in the Miscellaneous series range from 1898 to 1952 (46 boxes) and consist largely works by Richardson's colleagues and students, as well as third-party correspondence they wrote to persons other than Richardson.

Works by others include their research, manuscripts, proofs, or prints of scientific papers, such as Ernest Rutherford's "Report on the Structure of an Atom" and J. M. Drinkwater's "An Objective Determination of the Visibility Curves of a Michelson Interferometer." Well-represented in this series are Ursula Andrewes, Leslie Fleetwood Bates, Devidas Raghunath Bhawalkar, Francis Cecil Chalklin, Gerhard Heinrich Dieke, Felix Ehrenhaft, Irving Langmuir (files concerning an unsuccessful patent lawsuit brought against him by Harold D. Arnold), A. M. Mosharrafa, Wolfgang Pauli, Frederick Steell Robertson, T. Tanaka and William Mayo Venable. Also present are many theses and dissertations submitted to Richardson by Riaz Ahmad, Richard Audorf, Rabindranath Chaudhuri, Kusumeshu Das, Alexander Konstantinovitch Denisoff, Mahmoud Ahmed El-Sherbini, Aziz Milad Ferasah, Irena Gimpel, Otto Hahn, Hugh Harvey Hyman, Alice Leigh-Smith, Abbas Aly Nasr, Ian Sandeman, and William Wilson. A few manuscript works also include letters written to Richardson; these were left in place with the manuscript work under discussion.

Various papers such as general correspondence, reports, minutes, notices, and programs from several organizations are also present, most extensively from the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, King's College and the University of London, the National Physical Laboratory, the Physical Society, the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851, and the Royal Society.

This series also contains a small amount of Richardson's non-research papers, such as addresses, inventories of apparatus, lecture notes, lists of writings, and physics exams, as well as correspondence from others written to his wife, Maud, and other third-party family correspondence.

The materials in this series are arranged alphabetically by creator. The finding aid includes an Index of Works by Others to facilitate access to the names and titles of the extensive non-Richardson works present in this series. Similarly, all correspondent names in this series are included in the Index of Correspondents segment of this finding aid.

Immediately following Series IV. Miscellaneous are seven boxes of original envelopes and file folders removed from the papers during processing in the 1960s and two boxes of items separated to oversize storage during processing.


Restrictions

Access:

Open for research


Index Terms

People
Appleton, Edward Victor, Sir, 1892-1965.
Bohr, Niels, 1885-1962.
Bragg, William Henry, Sir, 1862-1942.
Bragg, William Lawrence, Sir, 1890-1971.
Davidson, Percy Maurice, 1902- .
Davisson, Charlotte Sara Richardson.
Davisson, Clinton Joseph, 1881-1958.
Denisoff, Alexander Konstantinovitch, 1905- .
Dieke, Gerhard Heinrich, 1901-1965.
Jeans, James, 1877-1946.
Newbold, A. A.
Richardson, Henrietta Maria Rupp.
Richardson, Lilian Maud Wilson, died 1945.
Richardson, O. W. (Owen Willans), 1879-1959.
Robertson, Frederick Steell, 1876- .
Rutherford, Ernest, 1871-1937.
Thomson, J. J. (Joseph John), 1856-1940.
Veblen, Elizabeth Mary Richardson, 1881-1974.
Veblen, Oswald, 1880-1960.
Organizations
Great Britain. Department of Scientific and Industrial Research.
King's College London.
National Physical Laboratory (Great Britain).
Physical Society (Great Britain).
Royal Society (Great Britain).
University of London.
Subjects
Atoms--History.
Cathode rays.
Electrons--Emission.
Hydrogen bonding.
Hydrogen--Spectra.
Molecules--Models.
Nobel Prizes.
Photoelectricity.
Photoemission.
Physicists.
Spectrum analysis.
Thermionic emission.
X-rays.
Document Types
Correspondence.
Galley proofs.
Manuscripts.
Notebooks.
Page proofs.
Photographs.
Research notes.

Related Material

While the collection at the Ransom Center constitutes the largest existing holding of Richardson's papers, smaller amounts of his correspondence are found in collections of Carl Barus (Brown University), Niels Bohr (Denmark), Ernest Rutherford (Cambridge), and Oswald Veblen (Library of Congress).


Separated Material

The 2,700 books that make up the Richardson Library date primarily from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and cover the history of the atom; these were cataloged in the Ransom Center's book collection. Also included in the Richardson Library are journals and yearbooks in the fields of physics, chemistry, mathematics, and astronomy, over 14,000 pamphlets and offprints from scientific journals, technical monographs published by the Bell Telephone System, papers from the proceedings of the German Academy of Science, discussions published by the Faraday Society, papers published by the Royal Society of London, and monographs published by the Western Electric Company.

Photographs of Richardson with his family and with fellow scientists, such as E. F. Burton, Marie Curie, S. C. Laws, and J. J. Thomson, were removed from the collection and are housed in the Ransom Center Photography Collection's History of Science Collection.

The Sound Recordings Collection at the Center includes a phonodisc formerly owned by Richardson of a lecture given by Lord Rutherford at Goettingen on Monday, December 14, 1931.

The Center's Vertical File Collection includes one folder of printed information for Dorothy Miller Richardson and 2 folders for O. W. Richardson.


Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Purchase, 1961 (R43, R44) and Gift, 2005

Processed by:

Tessa Klink and Joan Sibley, 2014

Additional Physical Format Available:

The Richardson Papers were microfilmed and are available on 76 reels. Each item has a unique identifying number (W-xxxx, L-xxxx, R-xxxx, or M-xxxx) that corresponds to the microfilm. This number was recorded on the file folders housing the papers and can also be found on catalog slips present with each item.


Sources:

In addition to the material found within the O. W. Richardson Papers, the following biographical sources were used:

Foster, E. W. "Richardson, Sir Owen Willans (1879–1959)." Rev. Isobel Falconer. In Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, edited by H. C. G. Matthew and Brian Harrison. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004.

"Richardson, Owen Willans." In Complete Dictionary of Scientific Biography. Vol. 11. Detroit: Charles Scribner's Sons, 2008. 419-423. Gale Virtual Reference Library. Web. 8 December 2014.

Wilson, William. "Owen Willans Richardson. 1879-1959." In Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society. London: Royal Society Publishing, 1960.


Container List

Series I., Works, 1900-1949, undated

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1.1 A-Al
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1.2 Allen & Sandeman, undated
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1.3 Am-Aq
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1.4 Annotated bibliography, undated
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1.5 Ar-Az
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1.6 Argon and cadmium..., 1939-1949, undated
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1.7 Argon measurements, 1939-1940
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1.8 Attempts to guess at what is going on..., 1933
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1.9 Autobiographical...
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1.10 B-Ba
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1.11 The band spectrum of hydrogen, undated
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1.12-13, gf 1 The band systems ending on the 1sσ2sσ¹Σg(¹Xg) state of H₂ Part I, 1936-1937, undated
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2.1 The band systems ending on the 1sσ2sσ¹Σg(¹Xg) state of H₂ Part II, undated
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2.2 Be-Bh
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2.3 Beta ray spectrum may be due to uncertainty motion of electrons, undated
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2.4 Biographical sketches
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2.5 Bo-Bz
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2.6 Bohr's second letter, undated
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2.7 C-Ca
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2.8 Ce-Ch
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2.9 Chalklin, undated
The characteristic curves of three electrode devices in relation to their structure:
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2.10 Handwritten draft, undated
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2.11 Typescript with photograph figures, undated
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2.12 Typescript carbon copy, copy 1, 1917
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2.13 Typescript carbon copy, copy 2, 1917
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3.1 Ci-Comp
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3.2 Con-Conr
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3.3 Cons-Cont
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3.4 Conseil de Physique de l'Institut International de Physique Solvay, 1930-1933
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3.5 Corpuscular radiation as a function of atomic weight, undated
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3.6 Cou-Cz
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113.1-3 Crossed echelon spectrum of H₂, undated
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3.7 D-Des
Determination of the Rydberg constants:
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3.8 Typescript, 1939-1940
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3.9 Typescript carbon copy, 1940
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3.10 Typescript carbon copy (incomplete), undated
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3.11 Handwritten and typed draft fragments and figures, 1940, undated
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gf 1 Galley proofs, 1939
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3.12 Device for the converting of mechanical energy, 1918, undated
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3.13 Devices for the rectification of alternating currents, 1913, undated
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4.1 Dieke's ¹X, by O. W. Richardson and A. A. Newbold, 1936
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4.2 Di-Dir
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4.3 Dis-Diz
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4.4 Do-Dz
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4.5 E-Ef
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4.6 The effect of a luminous discharge, undated
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4.7-8 The effect of gases on the contact difference of potential between metals, 1920-1921
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5.1 Elberta (poem), 1900
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5.2 The electrical properties of hot bodies, 1904
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5.3 Electricity and magnetism: exam questions, 1914
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5.4 Electron emission...
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5.5-6 Electron emission under the influence of chemical action at higher gas pressures, notes, 1926
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5.7 Electron emission under the influence of chemical action at higher gas pressures by O. W. Richardson and M. Brotherton, typescript, undated
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5.8 Electron rings, undated
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5.9 The electron theory of contact electromotive force and of thermoelectricity, undated
The electron theory of matter:
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5.10 Chapter XIX, handwritten draft, undated
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5.11 Chapter XX, handwritten draft (incomplete), undated
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5.12 Chapter XXI, handwritten and typed drafts, undated
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5.13 Handwritten index, preface and notes, undated
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114.1 Page proofs, 1913-1914
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114.2 Page proofs (incomplete), 1913
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5.14 Page proofs and handwritten notes, 1916
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6.1 Electron theory of metallic conduction, undated
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6.2 The electronic levels of H₂, undated
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6.3 The electronic levels of He₂, undated
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6.4 Electrons and heat, 1915, undated
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6.5 Emission of characteristic X-rays, etc., undated
The emission of electricity from hot bodies:
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6.6-7 Notes, undated
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6.8 Outline, undated
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6.9-10 Handwritten draft (early version), undated
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6.11-7.1 Handwritten draft, undated
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7.2 Handwritten draft, miscellaneous pages, undated
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7.3 Chapter VIII and Chapter IX, typescript, undated
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7.4 Preface, page proofs, 1921
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7.5 Revised index and handwritten inserts, undated
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7.6 Figure 35, proof, undated
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gf 2 Galley proofs, first edition, 1921
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gf 3-4 Galley proofs, second edition, 1921
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7.7 Page proofs, second edition, 1921
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7.8 Emission of electrons, undated
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7.9 The emission of electrons from hot bodies, undated
The emission of electrons under the influence of chemical action:
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7.10 Notes, undated
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7.11 Handwritten draft, undated
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7.12 Typescript, undated
The emission of electrons under the influence of chemical action, by O. W. Richardson and A. K. Denisoff:
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8.1 Notes and calculations, 1933, undated
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8.2 Part II, notes and proofs, undated
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8.3 Part III, notes, figures, typescript and proofs, 1934, undated
Part IV:
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8.4 Notes, handwritten and typescript draft and figures, 1934, undated
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8.5 Typescript, 1934
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8.6 Part II, IV, V, figures, tables and summary, undated
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8.7 Draft fragment, undated
The emission of electrons under the influence of chemical action at lower gas pressures:
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8.8 Summary, undated
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8.9 Handwritten draft, undated
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8.10 Typescript, undated
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8.11 The emission of soft X-rays, by O. W. Richardson and F. S. Robertson, notes, 1936
The emission of soft X-rays by different elements:
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8.12 Notes, undated
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8.13 Figures, undated
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8.14 Handwritten draft, undated
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8.15 Typescript, undated
The emission of soft X-rays by different elements at higher voltages:
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8.16-17 Notes, 1925-1928
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8.18 Handwritten draft (incomplete), undated
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8.19 Handwritten draft, 1929
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9.1 An emission theory of light, undated
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9.2 En-Ez
The energy functions of the H₂ molecules:
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9.3 Handwritten and typed draft fragments and notes, 1929
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9.4 Handwritten and typed draft, 1929
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9.5 Typescript, 1929
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9.6 Proofs, 1929
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9.7 The excitation of soft X-rays, 1926, undated
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9.8 Experimental notebook, 1902-1903
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9.9 Experiments notebook, 1905-1906
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9.10 Experiments notebook, 1919-1920
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9.11 Experiments at Cambridge, 1903-1904
Experiments, by O. W. Richardson and F. S. Robertson:
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9.12 Notes, 1916
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10.1 Notebook, Vol. I, 1916-1918
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10.2 Notebook, Vol. II, 1916-1918
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10.3 Notes, 1917-1919
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10.4 Notes, 1918-1919
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10.5 Experiments on chemical electron emission, notebook, Vol. I, 1915-1916
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10.6 Experiments on chemical electron emission, notebook, Vol. II, 1915-1916
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10.7 Experiments on current-limiting devices. Preliminary report, undated
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11.1 Experiments on emission from filaments, 1928-1930
Experiments on filaments, by O. W. Richardson and F. S. Robertson:
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11.2-3 Notebook, 1922-1924
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11.4 Notes and graphs, 1928-1929
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11.5-7 Notes and charts, 1925-1926
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11.8 Experiments on granular microphones (first report), 1917
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12.1-2 Experiments on microphones, 1917-1918
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12.3 Experiments…
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12.4 Fe₁Co₁Ni₁Cu, undated
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12.5 Fi-Fl
The fine structure of the lines of the H₂ spectrum which go down to the 2p³π state:
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12.6-7 Notes, undated
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12.8 Handwritten draft, undated
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12.9 Corrections, undated
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12.10 Typescript, 1944
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12.11-12 Typescript carbon copy, 1944
The fine structure of the spectral lines of H₂: measurements with a reflection echelon:
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12.13, osf 1 Lines of H₂ to examine for fine structure, undated
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12.14 Notes, 1943, undated
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13.1 Notes and tables, 1941
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13.2 Handwritten draft (incomplete), 1943
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13.3 Handwritten draft, undated
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13.4 Handwritten and typed draft fragments, undated
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13.5 Typescript, 1944
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gf 5 Galley proofs, 1945
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13.6 Finkelnburg and Mecke, undated
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13.7 Fo
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13.8 Fr-Fz
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13.9 G
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13.10-11 General quantum theory, undated
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13.12 Generalized quantum conditions, 1923, undated
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13.13 H-Ha
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13.14 He
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13.15 The highest energies of states going down to ¹X, undated
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14.1 Highest energies of various states of H₂, undated
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14.2 Hop-Hot
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14.3 Hu-Hy
H₂ computations:
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14.4 Plate 83, undated
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14.5 Plate 84, undated
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14.6 Plate 86, undated
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14.7, 113.4 Plate 40, 1939-1941
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14.8 Plate 74, 1939-1940
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14.9 Plate 83, 1939
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14.10 Plates 84 and 86, 1940
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14.11 Plate 85, 1940
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14.12 H₂ measurements and computations relating to plate 39, 1941
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14.13 I-Id
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14.14 If-Im
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15.1-2 Improvements in and relating to electron discharge devices, 1918
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15.3 In-Io
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15.4-5 Ionization (electron emission) and chemical action, undated
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15.6 The ions from hot salts, undated
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15.7 Ions from salts. Changes with time and voltage, 1911
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15.8 Is-Iz
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15.9 J
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15.10 K-Ke
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15.11 Ki-Kr
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15.12 Kiuti's series, undated
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15.13 Krypton measurements and computations, 1939
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15.14 L-La
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15.15 Le
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15.16 Li
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15.17 Lo
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16.1 M-Ma
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16.2 Me
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16.3 Metallic conduction, undated (circa 1915)
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16.4 Metallic conduction and quantum theory, undated
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16.5 Mi
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16.6 Mo-Mz
Molecular hydrogen and its spectrum:
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16.7 Notes, 1933, undated
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16.8 Typescript, undated
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16.9 Handwritten and typed notes and draft fragments, 1933, undated
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16.10-11 Miscellaneous corrections, additions, notes, undated
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gf 5 Galley proofs, undated
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17.1-2 Page proofs, 1933
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17.3 The n=2 states of hydrogen, undated
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17.4 The n=4 singlet levels, undated
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17.5 Ne
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17.6 New bands ending on the 1sσ2pσ¹Σu of H₂, 1938
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17.7 A new connection between the absorption spectrum of hydrogen and the many lined spectrum, 1930
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17.8 Ni
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17.9 No
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17.10 Note for...
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17.11 Note on...
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17.12 Notebook, undated
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17.13 Notes...
Notes of lectures to medical students on:
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18.1 Electricity and mechanics, undated
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18.2 Heat, sound, and magnetism, undated
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18.3 The properties of matter and light, undated
Notes on:
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18.4 A-B
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18.5 C-S
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18.6 T-Z
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18.7 Notes re Flint, 1944
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18.8 Nu-Ny
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18.9 O-Ol
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18.10 Obituary notice of Hendrik Antoon Lorentz, 1928
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18.11, gf 5 Obituary notice of Sir Herbert Jackson, undated
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19.1 Oddments, 1913
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19.2 Om-Oz
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19.3-4 On a minimum proper time and its applications (1) to the number of chemical elements (2) to some uncertainty relations, 1928, undated
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19.5 On the estimation of the thickness of the reaction layer which just arrests electron emission, undated
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19.6 On the excitation of radiation by electron impact and on the photoelectric effect, undated
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19.7 On the excitation of very soft X-rays by electron impact, undated
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19.8 On the extraction of electrons from cold conductors in intense electric fields, 1927-1928
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19.9 On the fine structure of spectral lines of H₂ triplet system, undated
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19.10 On the ground state of H₂, the molecular ion (H₂⁺), 1935
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19.11 On the intensity distribution among the lines of certain bands in the spectrum of the hydrogen molecule, undated (circa 1927)
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19.12 On the temperature variation of contact potential difference, undated
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19.13 ¹D → ¹X, 1936-1937, undated
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19.14 ¹U → ¹X, 1937
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20.1-3 ¹X, notes, 1934-1938
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20.4 ¹X intervals from Dieke's 2s'Σ → 2p' Σ bands, undated
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20.5 The origin of the green corona line, undated
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20.6 P-Pa
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20.7 Pe-Ph
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20.8 Notes, 1932
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20.9 Handwritten draft, undated
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20.10 Typescript, undated
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20.11 Typescript carbon copy, undated
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20.12 Typescript carbon copy (incomplete), undated
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21.1 Photoelectric effect, 1913
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21.2 The photoelectric effect. II, 1913
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21.3 The photoelectric effect. III, undated (circa 1915)
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21.4-12 Photographic reproductions of H₂ plates, 1939
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21.13 The physical universe, undated
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21.14 Po
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21.15 Power valve research, 1919
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21.16 Pr-Pz
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21.17, gf 5 The present state of atomic physics, undated
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22.1, gf 5 Problems of physics, 1921
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22.2 Projected researches, undated
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22.3 Q
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22.4 R-Ra
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22.5 Re
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22.6 Recalculation of the general theory of chemical electron emission, 1933
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22.14 Report to..., undated
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22.15 Reports, undated
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22.16 The researches to which I am now devoting most energy..., undated
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22.17 Review: Electron emission and adsorption phenomena, undated
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22.18 Richardson's thermionic apparatus, undated
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22.19 Rollefson, undated
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22.20 Roy's Speculations on elastic and metallic collisions between atoms, electrons and light quanta, undated
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22.21 The Royal Society's optical apparatus of high resolving power, 1939
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22.22 Rymer, undated
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22.23 S-Sa
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22.24 Sc
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22.25 Se
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23.1 Search for Dieke's perturbing state, by O. W. Richardson and A. A. Newbold, 1937
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23.2 Search for 3p'πu, undated
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23.3 Secondary H₂ spectrum: odds and ends, undated
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23.4 The secondary spectrum of hydrogen: lists of lines, 1924
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23.5 Sh-Sl
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23.6 So
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23.8-9 Some soft X-ray discontinuities for platinum, tungsten, gold, tantalum and mercury, undated
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23.10 Sp
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23.11-24.6 The spectrum of H₂, by O. W. Richardson and P. M. Davidson, notes, 1929-1931, undated
The spectrum of H₂: The bands analogous to the ortho-helium line spectrum, by O. W. Richardson and K. Das (1929):
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24.7-8 Notes, undated
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24.9 Tables, undated
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24.10 Proofs, 1929
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24.11 Printed, 1929
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24.12 Notes, undated
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24.13 Deletions, undated
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24.14 Handwritten draft, 1929
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24.15 Proofs, 1929
The spectrum of H₂: The bands analogous to the parhelium line spectrum, by O. W. Richardson and P. M. Davidson (1929):
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25.1 Parts I-IV, handwritten draft
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25.2 Typescript
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25.3 Proofs
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25.4 Printed
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25.5 Typescript
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25.6 Handwritten, typed and printed draft fragments
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25.7 Proofs
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25.8 Printed
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25.9 Part III, typescript
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25.10 Part IV, typescript and handwritten draft
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25.11 Parts III and IV, printed
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25.12 The spectrum of H₂. Band ending on 2p³π
The spectrum of H₂. The bands ending on 2p³π levels, by O. W. Richardson and P. M. Davidson:
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25.13-14 Notes
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25.15 Typescript
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25.16 Typescript carbon copy
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25.17 Proofs
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25.18-21 Notes
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25.22 Handwritten draft
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26.1 Typescript carbon copy
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26.2 Deletions
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26.3 Proof (incomplete)
Part III (1933):
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26.4-6 Notes
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26.7 Handwritten draft
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26.8 Typescript carbon copy
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26.9 Subtractions and additions
The spectrum of H₂ (the ordinary hydrogen molecule), by O. W. Richardson and T. B. Rymer (1934):
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26.10 Parts I, II and III, notes
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26.11-12 Notes
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26.13 Cancelled pages
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26.14 Notes and cancelled pages
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26.15 Handwritten draft
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26.16 Typescript
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26.17 Typescript carbon copy
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26.18 Summary
Part II. The band systems due to transitions from four new triplet states to 2p³π:
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26.19 Notes
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26.20 Handwritten draft
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26.21 Typescript
Part III. New bands and band systems ending on 2s³Σ and an extension of the singlet system ¹Q → 2p¹Σ:
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26.22 Notes
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27.2 Typescript
The spectrum of H₂. The 3d¹Δ and 4d¹ levels, by O. W. Richardson and P. M. Davidson (1933):
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27.3-4 Notes
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27.6 Typescript and handwritten draft
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27.7 Typescript
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27.8 Tables and summary
The spectrum of H₂: Various notes:
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27.9 Davidson's new data
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27.10 The delta bands
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27.11 Doublet separations of P¹Q¹R¹
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27.12 Extension of Das's band
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27.13 ?5d³Σ → 2p³π
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27.14 5d³Σ → 2p³π
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27.15 The 5f³Σ → 2s³Σ system
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27.16 Initial vibrational intervals of 4d³ΣπΔ
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27.17 The irregularity in the 2p³π levels
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27.18 The lower levels of 3¹Q → 2p¹Σ
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27.19 New list of unused lines of strength greater than (4).
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27.20 Non axial lines of ?4,5,6f³Σ → 2s³Σ
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27.21 Odds and ends
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27.22 Regular & irregular & doubtful…
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27.23 Remaining strength about
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27.24 Rotational intervals of 4d³ complex
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27.25-27 Sigma, delta
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27.28 Stark effect
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27.29 The system ³H → 2p³π
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27.30 ³H → 2p³π…
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27.31 3¹ → 3" of 4d³Δb → 2p³π
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27.32 2pπ2pπ1Ʃg
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27.33-28.1 2p³π, by O. W. Richardson and P. M. Davidson
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28.2 2p³Σ
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28.3 2s¹Σg
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28.4 Unused lines of strength >1
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28.5 Vibrational structure of system
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28.6 Vibrational structure of upper level of Das's system
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28.7 The vibration bands of H₂
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28.8 We devoted four recent papers largely…
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28.9 W₀ for 2p³πab bands
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28.10 Speech…
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28.11 St
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28.12 Structure in the secondary hydrogen spectrum, 1925-1926, undated
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28.13 Structure in the secondary hydrogen spectrum, Part V, 1926
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28.14 Structure in the secondary spectrum of hydrogen Part VI, undated
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28.15 The structure of the atom, undated
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28.16 Summary of plates with good standard comparisons, 1939
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28.17 Sundry notes on H₂ and other band spectra, 1926
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29.1 Supplementary measures on H₂. Plate 40, 1941-1942
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29.2 T-Te
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29.3 The test of the wave mechanics in molecular spectra and some recent developments in the spectrum of H₂, undated (circa 1938)
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29.4 Testimonial for…
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29.5 Th
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29.6 Theory of photo-electric action: notes and calculations, 1913
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29.7 The theory of photoelectric and photochemical action, undated
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29.8 The theory of photoelectric phenomena, undated
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29.9 Theory of valve containing gas, undated
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29.10 Thermionic…
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29.11 Thermionic emission, 1915
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29.12 Thermionic emission: Discussion, 1915
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29.13 Thermionic emission from systems with multiple thresholds, undated
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29.14 The thermionic work-functions and photo-electric thresholds of the alkali metals, 1925
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29.15 3p¹…
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30.1 3p¹Σ → 2s¹Σ, by O. W. Richardson and A. A. Newbold, 1938
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30.2-3 3p¹π → 2s¹Σ, by O. W. Richardson and A. A. Newbold, 1939, undated
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30.4 3p¹π and 4p¹π → 2s¹Σ, by O. W. Richardson and A. A. Newbold, 1937
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30.5 Ting's results. Summary of chief points, undated
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30.6 The trouble with b, 1927
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30.7 Two lectures in Copenhagen, undated
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30.8 U-V
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30.9 The velocity distribution curves for photo-electors, undated
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30.10 Verification of wave mechanics, undated
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30.11 W-We
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30.12 Weakened lines, undated
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30.13 Wh-Wz
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31.1-4 Wireless research, by O. W. Richardson, F. S. Robertson, and J. Nicol, 1916-1918
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31.7 III
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32.1 IV
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32.3 Miscellaneous pages
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32.4 Notes
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32.5 Tables
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32.6 Manuscript on thermionics
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32.7-8 Works, 1920-1938
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32.9 Mathematical tables
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32.10 Work on the fine structure of H₂



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32.14 A
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32.15 Allen, Herbert Stanley, 1913-1935
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32.16 Andrade, Edward Neville da Costa, 1923-1945
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32.17 Appleton, Edward Victor, Sir, 1938-1947, undated
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33.1 B
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33.2 Beutler, Hans, 1935
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33.3 Bhawalkar, Devidas Raghunath, 1935-1937
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33.4 Bohr, Niels Henrik David, 1915-1927
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33.5 Bragg, William Henry, Sir, 1917-1939
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33.6 Bragg, William Lawrence, Sir, 1938, 1948
American Telephone and Telegraph Company:
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33.14 1919, September-November
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33.15 1920
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34.1 C
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34.2 Chandlee & Chandlee, 1913-1916, undated
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34.3 D
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34.4 Davidson, Percy Maurice, 1921-1934, undated
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34.5 Davisson, Clinton Joseph, 1939, undated
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34.6 Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, 1918-1938, undated
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34.7 Dhodapkar, C. R., 1935-1936
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34.8 Dieke, Gerhard Heinrich, 1929-1938
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34.10 Eve, Arthur Stewart, 1917-1918
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34.12 The Faraday Society, 1929-1931
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34.13 Foster, E. W., 1941-1944, undated
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34.16 Great Britain. Admiralty, 1916-1919
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34.20 Jeans, James Hopwood, Sir, 1925-1928, undated
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London. University:
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35.2 General correspondence, 1925, 1930
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35.3 Academic registrar, 1913-1944
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35.4 General correspondence, 1917-1942, undated
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35.5 Principal. Barker, Ernest, 1920-1925
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35.6 Principal. Burrows, Ronald Montagu, 1913-1916
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35.7 Principal. Halliday, W. R., 1929-1944
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35.8 Secretary. Shovelton, S. T., 1918-1947
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35.9 University College, 1928
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35.10 Longman's, Green and Company, 1913-1922
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35.11 M
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35.12 McLennan, John Cunningham, 1916-1934
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35.13 Marx, Erich Anselm, 1912-1921
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35.14 N
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35.15 Nature, 1922-1943
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35.16 Newbold, A. A., 1925-1939
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35.17 O
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35.19 The Physical Society, 1925-1937
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35.20 R
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35.21 Richardson, Lilian Maud Wilson, 1910-1926, undated
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35.22 Robertson, Frederick Steell, 1921-1929
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35.23 Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851, 1928-1951, undated
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35.24 Royal Society, 1914-1944, undated
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36.1 S
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36.3 Swedish Royal Academy of Science. Nobel Committee for Physics, 1930-1941
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36.9 Yale University Press, 1932-1933, undated



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36.10 Unidentified author
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36.11 Ab-Al
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36.12 Adams, Edwin Plimpton, 1914-1939
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36.13 Ahmad, Riaz, 1935-1943
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36.14 Akademische Verlagsgesellschaft, 1911-1936
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36.15 Akbar, Khan, 1931-1935
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36.16 Allen, Herbert Stanley, 1913-1940
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36.17 Am
American Philosophical Society. Certificate of membership to Owen Richardson, 1910
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37.1 American Telephone and Telegraph Company, 1917-1920
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37.2 An
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37.3 Andhra University
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37.4 Andrade, Edward Neville da Costa, 1923-1945
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37.5 Andrewes, Ursula, 1930
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37.6 Ao-Az
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37.7 Appleton, Edward Victor, Sir, 1925-1947, undated
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37.8 Ba
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37.9 Bandopadhyaya, Golak Beharz, 1928, undated
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37.10 Barkla, Charles Glover, 1912-1939
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37.11 Bartlett, Russell Sturgis, 1928-1929, undated
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37.12 Batley (Boys') Grammar School, 1925-1939
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37.13 Bazzoni, Charles Blizard, 1916-1955, undated
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38.1 Be
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38.2 Beutler, Hans, 1935-1936
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38.3 Bh
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38.4 Bhawalkar, Devidas Raghunath, 1934-1936, undated
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38.5 Bi
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38.6 Birge, Raymond Thayer, 1928-1929
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38.7 Bl
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38.8 Bo
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38.9 Bohr, Niels Henrik David, 1914-1939
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38.10 Bra
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38.11 Bragg, William Henry, Sir, 1913-1940, undated
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38.12 Bragg, William Lawrence, Sir, 1919-1947, undated
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38.13 Bri-Brz
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39.1 Bridgman, Percy Williams, 1927-1943
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39.2 British Association for the Advancement of Science, 1921-1937
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39.3 Broglie, Maurice, duc de, 1919-1929
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39.4 Brotherton, Manfred, 1926-1929, undated
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39.5 Broughall, Lawrence St. C., 1927-1928
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39.6 Brown, Frances Campbell, 1913-1928, undated
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39.7 Brunton, John Dixon and Nell, 1913-1939
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39.8 Bu
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39.9 Bumstead, H. A., 1908-1919
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39.10 Burrows, William J., 1929-1945, undated
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39.11 Ca
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39.12 Cambridge University
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39.13 Ce-Ch
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39.14 Chalk, M. Laura, 1929-1930
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39.15 Chalklin, Francis Cecil, 1923-1946, undated
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39.16 Chandlee & Chandlee, 1913-1917
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40.1 Childs, William Harold Joseph, 1928-1946, undated
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40.2 Cl
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40.3 Co
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40.4 Commissione per i Congressi Scientifici, 1926-1927
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40.5 Compton, Arthur Holly, 1920-1938
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40.6 Compton, Karl Taylor, 1913-1954, undated
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40.7 Congrès International d'Electricité de 1932, 1931-1932
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40.8 Cooke, H. Lester, 1914-1936
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40.9 Cr
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40.11 Curtis, William Edward, 1923-1944
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40.12 Da
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40.13 Darrow, Karl Kelchner, 1925-1937
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40.14 Darwin, Charles Galton, Sir, 1921-1939, undated
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40.15 Das, Kusumeshu, 1928-1930
Davidson, Percy Maurice
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41.3 1930-1931
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41.5 1933-1944
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41.6 Davies, A. C., 1924-1929
Davisson, Charlotte S.:
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41.7 To Richardson, O. W., 1912-1958
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41.8 To Richardson, O. W. and Lilian, 1937-1939
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41.9 To Richardson, O. W. and Henrietta, 1952
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41.10 Davisson, Charlotte to Richardson, O. W. and Henrietta, 1953
Davisson, Clinton Joseph:
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41.11 To Richardson, O. W., 1911-1956, undated
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41.12 To Richardson, O. W. and Richardson, Lilian, 1917-1920
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41.13 To Richardson, O. W. and Richardson, Henrietta, 1958, undated
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41.14 Davisson, Clinton Joseph and Charlotte S. to Richardson, O. W., 1914-1929, undated
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41.15 Davisson, Clinton Joseph and Charlotte S. to Richardson, O. W. and Lilian, 1916-1932
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41.16 Davisson, Clinton Joseph, Charlotte S., Owen, and Jimmie to Richardson, O. W. and Lilian, 1916-1918
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41.17 Davisson, Jimmie to Richardson, O. W., undated
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41.19 Debye, Peter Joseph William, 1924-1930
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42.1 Deighton, Bell and Co., 1928-1937
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42.2 Denisoff, Alexander Konstantinovitch, 1930-1949, undated
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42.3 Deodhar, Dhundiraj Bhaskar, 1924-1936
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42.4 Deodhar, Ganesh Bhaskar, 1925-1937
Department of Scientific and Industrial Research:
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42.5 Undated; 1916-1918
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42.13 Dewsbury. Education Offices, 1936-1937
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42.15 Dhodapkar, C. R., 1934-1938, undated
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42.16 Di
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42.17 Dieke, Gerhard Heinrich, 1925-1937
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43.1 Dixon, J., 1907-1926
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43.2 Dixon, Oscar, 1907-1959
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43.5 Drinkwater, John W., 1938-1945
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43.7 Duffield, W. Geoffrey, 1919-1924
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43.10 Eddington, Arthur Stanley, Sir, 1915-1931
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43.12 Ehrenhaft, Felix, 1928-1943, undated
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43.13 Ellis, Charles Drummond, 1929-1943, undated
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43.14 El-Sherbini, Mahmoud Ahmed, 1934-1940, undated
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43.15 Elsie, 1928-1937; undated
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43.16 Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1925-1939
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43.17 Fa-Fe
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43.18 The Faraday Society, 1925-1931
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43.19 Ferguson, Allan Hitchen, 1928-1941, undated
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44.2 Filon, Louis Napoleon George, 1903-1936
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44.3 Fleming, John Ambrose, Sir, 1920-1921
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44.4 Flint, Henry Thomas, 1927-1944, undated
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44.6 Foster, E. W., 1938-1947, undated
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44.7 Foster, John Stuart, 1927-1935
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44.8 Fowler, A., 1922-1935
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44.9 Fowler, Ralph Howard, 1926-1938, undated
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44.13 General Electric Company, Research Laboratory, 1922-1935
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44.16 Glazebrook, Richard Tetley, 1920-1933, undated
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44.17 Gogate, D. V., 1937-1939
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44.18 Gossling, B. S., 1916-1932
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45.1 Gr-Gz
Great Britain:
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45.2 General correspondence, 1915-1944
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45.3 Admiralty, 1916-1923
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45.4 Board of Invention and Research, 1917-1918
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45.5 Office of the High Commissioner for India, 1926-1935
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45.6 Grimmett, Leonard George, 1926-1943
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45.9 Halliday, W. R., 1930-1943
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45.10 Halls, Frederick A., 1919-1954
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45.11 Harding, D. A., 1933-1935, undated
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45.12 Harrison, T. H., 1925-1926
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45.17 Hilger (Adam) Ltd., 1926-1941
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46.2 Horton, Frank, 1909-1939
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46.6 Institut International de Physique Solvay, 1923-1939, undated
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46.7 Institute of Physics, 1923-1943
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46.8 The Institution of Electrical Engineers, 1931-1954, undated
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Jeans, James Hopwood, Sir:
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47.19 Langevin, Paul, 1905-1939
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48.5 Leigh-Smith, Philip, 1933-1939, undated
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48.10 Lodge, Oliver Joseph, Sir, 1913-1929
London. University:
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48.14 Academic Registrar 1932-1944
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48.16 Accountant, 1919-1935
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48.17 Librarian, 1924-1944
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48.18 Principal. Barker, Ernest, 1920-1927
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48.19 Principal. Burrows, Ronald Montagu, 1913-1919
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48.20 Principal. Halliday, W. R., 1928-1944
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49.1 Secretary. Shovelton, S. T., 1920-1947
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49.2 Secretary's Office, 1914-1958, undated
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49.3 University College 1930, 1934
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49.4 Longmans, Green and Co., 1913-1933
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49.5 Lorentz, Hendrik Antoon, 1915-1928
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49.6 Lorentz-Kaiser, Aletta Catharina, 1928-1931
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49.7 Lyman, Theodore, 1901-1934
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49.13 Madras, University, 1931-1944
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49.14 Mandell, W., 1929-1945, undated
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49.15 Mao-Maz
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49.16 Marks & Clerk, 1918
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49.17 Marx, Erich Anselm, 1911-1934, undated
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49.18 Me
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50.5 Milner, Samuel Roslington, 1925-1926, undated
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50.8 Mosharrafa, A. M., 1922-1945
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50.9 Mu-My
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50.13 Nasr, Abbas Aly, 1939-1944
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50.14 National Physical Laboratory, 1923-1939
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50.15 Nature, 1915-1944, undated
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50.16 Ne
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51.3 Noce, Julius Dalla, 1927-1938
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51.4 O
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51.15 The Physical Society Club, 1926-1940
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51.16 Planck, Max Karl Ernst Ludwig, 1929-1946, undated
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51.17 Po
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52.1 Princeton University, 1906-1914, undated
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52.2 Przibram, Karl, 1927-1937, undated
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52.3 Q
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52.6 Raman, Chandrasekhara Venkata, Sir, 1927-1937
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52.7 Rankine, Alexander Oliver, 1921-1939
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52.8 Rao, I. Ramakrishna, 1929-1939, undated
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52.9 Rao, Subbarao Ramachandra, 1928-1939, undated
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52.10 Rayleigh, 1917-1941, undated
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52.13 Richardson, Charlotte Maria, 1907-1909
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52.14 Richardson, Harold Owen, 1929-1953, undated
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52.15 Richardson, Henrietta Rupp, 1936-1942
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52.16 Richardson, Jack (John Dixon), 1939, 1957
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52.17 Richardson, Joshua Henry, 1911-1919
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52.18 Richardson, Lilian Maud Wilson, 1913, 1937
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52.19 Righi, Augusto, 1915
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52.20 Ro
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52.21-22 Robertson, Frederick Steell, 1927-1945, undated
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52.23 Robertson, Robert, 1925-1944
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52.24 Robinson, Harold Roper, 1919-1944
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53.1 Roy, S. C., 1924-1929
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53.2 Royal College of Science, 1931-1935
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53.5 1937-1957
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53.6 The Royal Institution, 1915-1938
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54.9 1944-1946
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54.10 To Richardson, O. W. and Davidson, Percy Maurice, 1933
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54.11 To Richardson, O. W. and Denisoff, Alexander Konstantinovitch, 1934-1935
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54.12 To Richardson, O. W. and Rao, I. Ramakrishna, 1934
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54.13 To Richardson, O. W. and Rymer, Thomas Bertram, 1934
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54.14 Royal Society. British Empire Exhibition Committee, 1923-1925
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54.15 The Royal Society Club, 1934-1953
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54.16 Royal Society Government Grant Committee, 1936
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54.17 Royal Society Laboratory Committee, 1931
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54.18 Royal Society of Edinburgh, 1928-1940
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54.20 Rudberg, Erik, 1925-1932
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54.21 Rupp, Emil, 1935-1954
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54.22 Rushby, William, 1910-1941
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55.1-2 Rutherford, Ernest, 1919-1936, undated
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55.3 Rymer, Thomas Bertram, 1932-1939, undated
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55.4 Sa
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55.5 St. Andrews University, 1930-1944
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55.6 Saha, Meghnad, 1927-1944, undated
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55.7 Sandeman, Ian, 1926-1938
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55.8 Sc
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55.9 Schrödinger, Erwin, 1933, undated
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55.10 The Science Museum, 1923-1937
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55.13 Sharman, H. L., 1925-1931, undated
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55.14 Sheard, Charles, 1913-1925
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56.1 Siegbahn, Karl Manne Georg, 1928-1946, undated
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56.2 Simons, Lewis, 1916-1939
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56.3 Skinner, Herbert Wakefield Banks, 1929-1939, undated
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56.4 Sm
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56.5 Small, Frederick George, 1916
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56.6 Smith, Frank Edward, Sir, 1926-1942
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56.7 Smith, S. W. J., 1923-1930
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56.8 So
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56.9 Society for the Protection of Science and Learning, 1937-1940
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56.10 Sommerfeld, Arnold, 1926-1939, undated
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56.11 South Africa, University, 1930-1938
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56.12 Sp
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56.13 Spencer, William Kingdon, 1913-1941, undated
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56.14 St
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56.15 Stringer, Herbert, 1914-1915
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56.17 Sumner, William Leslie, 1924-1939, undated
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56.18 Swansea, University College, 1920-1944
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56.19 General correspondence, 1929-1938
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56.20 Nobel Committee for Chemistry, 1938-1951
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57.1 Nobel Committee for Physics, 1929-1951
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57.2 Ta
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57.3 Tall, F. W. le and A. S. Cachemaille, 1931-1932
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57.4 Tanaka, T., 1924-1929
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57.5 Taylor & Francis, 1916-1940
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57.6 Te
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57.7 Th-Ti
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57.8 Thomson, George Paget, Sir, 1934-1943, undated
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57.9 Thomson, Joseph John, Sir, 1906-1930
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57.10 Thwaites, R. E., 1903-1939
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57.11 Ting, Sih Ling, 1917-1920
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57.12 Tisdale, W. E., 1928-1933
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57.14 Tolansky, Samuel, 1933-1946, undated
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57.15 Tr
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57.17 Tw-Tz
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57.18 Tyndall, Arthur Mannering, 1917-1939
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57.19 U
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57.20 Union of London and Smiths Bank, Ltd., 1910-1916
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58.1 V
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58.2 Undated; 1915-1939
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58.3 1940-1958
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58.4 Veblen, Elizabeth Mary and Oswald, 1929-1954
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58.5 Veblen, Oswald, 1915-1954
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58.6 Venable, William Mayo, 1927-1935
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58.7 Verschaffelt, Jules Émile, 1924-1934, undated
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58.8 Wa
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58.9 Wales University, 1930-1936
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58.10 Waterman, Alan Tower, 1915-1928, undated
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58.13 Whiddington, Richard, 1921-1940
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58.14 Whipple, Robert S., 1926-1933, undated
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58.15 Whittaker, Edmund Taylor, Sir, 1913-1945
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58.16 Wi
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59.1 Williams, William Ewart, 1918-1935, undated
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59.2 Williamson, George, 1916-1919
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59.3 Wilson, Charles Thomson Rees, 1910-1944
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59.4 Wilson, Harold Albert, 1904-1953
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59.5 Wilson, William, 1915-1945; undated
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59.6 Wilson, Woodrow, 1912-1913
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59.7 Wo-Wz
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59.8 Wolloch, J., 1937-1940, undated
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59.9 Worsnop, Bernard Lister, 1914-1944, undated
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59.10 XYZ
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59.11 Yale University
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59.12 Yale University Press, 1932-1934
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59.13 Yarrow, Alfred F., Sir, 1924-1930
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59.14 Yoshida, Usaburo, 1921-1926
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59.15 Young, Albert Frederick Ascott, 1924-1931
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59.16 Zeeman, Pieter, 1925-1938
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59.17 Zeleny, John, 1913-1929



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59.18-60.3 Unidentified works
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60.4 A
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60.5 C
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60.6 D
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60.7 Draft report on microphones, undated
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60.8 E
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60.9 An examination of the notion of cause in the light of recent contributions to the philosophy of nature, undated
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60.10 Experiments on the emission of electrons under the influence of chemical action, undated
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60.11 F
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60.13 H
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60.14 I
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60.15 The intensity of X-ray reflexion, undated
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60.16 L
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61.5 P
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61.6 Quantum theory, 1941
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61.7 R
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61.8 S
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61.9 Some fundamental considerations of thermionic phenomena, undated
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61.10 Theory of relativity, 1941
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61.11 The velocity distribution and the hysteretic effect of the emission of electrons by tungsten wire in high vacuum, undated
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61.12 W
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61.13 A-Andrewes
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61.14 Addenbrooke, G. L., 1919
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61.15 Adrian, E. D., undated
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61.16 Ahmad, Riaz, 1943
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61.17 Aitchison, Leslie, undated
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61.18 Akbar, Khan, 1931-1936
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61.19 Alcobe, E., undated
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61.20 Alexander, N. S., 1929
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61.21 Alfvén, Hannes, undated
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61.22 Allen, Frank, undated
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61.23 Allen, Herbert Stanley, 1924, undated
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61.24 Anderson, John Spence, 1936
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61.25 Anderson, R. D., 1951
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61.26 Andrade, Edward Neville da Costa, 1935-1937
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61.27-62.4 Andrewes, Ursula, 1928-1930, undated
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62.5 Andrews-Az
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62.6 Andrews, James Peter, 1930
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62.7 Angerer, Ernst von, undated
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62.8-9 Appleton, Edward Victor, Sir, 1930-1938, undated
Arnold, Harold De Forest:
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62.10 Notes on patents, undated
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62.11 A-D
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62.12 Discussion of…, undated
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62.13 E-L
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62.14 Langmuir's claims, undated
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62.15 M
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62.17 Patent application and other papers, 1913-1916
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62.18 The physics involved and the application of the prior art thereto, undated
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62.19 Prior Art commercial devices of the pure electron discharge type, undated
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62.20 Re paper no. 4, undated
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62.21 Ashworth, J. R., 1935
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63.1 Astbury, N. F., 1934-1938
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63.2 Aston, F. Walter, undated
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63.3 Aston, John G., 1951
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63.4 Asundi, R. K., 1936
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63.5 Atkinson, E. C., 1929-1938
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63.6 Audorf, Richard, undated
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63.7 Aughtie, Frank, 1931
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63.8-9 Awbery, James Henry, 1929-1936, undated
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63.10 B
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63.11 Badami, J. S., 1930-1931
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63.12 Bailey, Gordon Lennox James, 1937
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63.13 Baker, T. Y., undated
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63.14 Bancroft, Wilder D., undated
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63.15 Band, William, 1935-1936
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63.16 Bandopadhyaya, Golak Behary, undated
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63.17 Banet, Leo, 1941
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63.18 Banister, H., undated
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63.19 Barasch, H. P., 1935
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63.20 Barkas, Wilfred Watson, 1934-1935, undated
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63.21 Barker, R. C., 1952
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63.22 Barkla, Charles Glover, 1916
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63.23 Barlow, H. M., 1935
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63.24 Barnard, George P., 1935, undated
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63.25 Barnouw, A. J., 1928
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63.26 Barton, A. W., undated
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63.27 Bate, A. E., 1935-1938
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63.28 Bateman, L., 1951
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63.29 A-L, 1932-1938
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63.30 M, 1934-1937
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63.31 N-Z, 1932, undated
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63.32 Bawn, C. E. H., 1951
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63.33 Bazzoni, Charles Blizard, 1924, undated
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63.34 Beatty, Richard Thomas, 1928
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64.1 Beck, Conrad, undated
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64.2 Beckett, Harold Edward, 1931-1932
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64.3 Beevers, C. A., 1937-1939
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64.4 Behman, B. F., undated
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64.5 Bell, E. R., 1951
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64.6 Belloc, Hilaire, undated
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64.7 Benham, Wilfrid Earnshaw, 1934
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64.8 Bennett, C. W., 1912, undated
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64.9 Bennett, W., undated (circa 1932)
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64.10 Berlowitsch, M., 1937
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64.11 Best, J. E., 1938
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64.12-14 Beutler, Hans, 1934, undated
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64.15 Beutner, Reinhard, undated
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64.16-31 Bhawalkar, Devidas Raghunath, 1932-1934, undated
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64.32-33 Birge, Raymond Thayer, 1928-1940, undated
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64.34 Bisacre, F. F. P, 1928-1929
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64.35 Blackie, A., 1934
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64.36 Bloch, F., 1939
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65.1 Board of Scientific Societies. Reports, notices, minutes, 1916-1918, undated
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65.2 Bohr, Margrethe, 1915-1922, undated
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65.3 Bohr, Niels, 1921-1922, undated
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65.4 Bol, C., 1909-1910
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65.5 Bond, W. N., 1930-1936
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65.6 Born, Max, undated
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65.7 Bose, H. D. M., undated
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65.8 Boucherot, P., undated
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65.9 Bowen, Gladys V., undated
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65.10 Bowker, H. C., 1930
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65.11 Boyce, Joseph C., undated
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65.12 Bradford, S. C., 1937
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65.13 Bradley, Albert James, 1932
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65.14 Bragg, W. L., undated
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65.15 Bragg, William Henry, Sir, 1917
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65.16 Brentano, J. C. M, 1935-1939
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65.17 Bridgman, Percy Williams, undated
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65.18 Briggs, Allan H., 1937
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65.19 Brillouin, M., undated
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65.20 Brindley, G. W., 1937-1938
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65.21 Brinkworth, J. H., undated
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65.22 British Association for the Advancement of Science. Reports, programs, invitations, 1921-1947, undated
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66.1 British Standards Institution, 1934
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66.2 Broglie, Louis de, undated
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66.3 Broglie, Maurice de, undated
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66.4 Brook, J. H. T., 1951
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66.5 Brotherton, Manfred, 1925, undated
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66.6 Brown, D., 1938
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66.7 Brown, E. S., 1932
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66.8 Brown, F. C., undated
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66.9 Brown, G. Burniston, 1935-1937
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66.10 Brown, R. C., 1935
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66.11 Bruckshaw, J. McGarva, 1934-1935
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66.12 Buckley, H., 1937
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66.13 Bull, C. S., 1940
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66.14 Bunn, C. W., 1935
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66.15 Burbidge, P. W., undated
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66.16 Burdon, R. S., 1934
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66.17 Butterworth, S., 1931
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66.18 C-Ca
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66.19-20 Cabrera, B., undated
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66.21 Calcutta. University
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66.22 Cambridge. University. Notes and programs, 1903-1946, undated
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67.1 Cambridge. University. Royal Society Mond Laboratory papers, 1930-1933, undated
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67.2 Campbell, Albert, 1938
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67.3 Campbell, Norman Robert, 1933-1936
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67.4 Canada. Patent Office. Grant of patent to O. W. Richardson for invention of devices for the rectification of alternating electric currents, 1916
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67.5 Carey, (H.T.) & Company, 1911-1913, undated
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67.6 Carmichael, Hugh, 1933, undated
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67.7-9 Chalk, M. Laura, 1930, undated
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67.10-68.2 Chalklin, F. C., 1927-1936, undated
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68.3 Chalmers, Bruce, 1934-1935
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68.4 Chalmers, J. Alan, 1937
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68.5 Chance, W. H. S. The optical glassworks at Benediktbeuern, 1936
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68.6 Chapman, F. W., 1939
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68.7 Chapman, S., 1930-1938
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68.8 Charlesby, A. The diffraction of electrons by anthracene, 1939
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68.9-12 Chaudhuri, Rabindranath, undated
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68.13 Cherry, R. O., 1930
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68.14 Childs, W. H. J, 1927-1946
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68.15 Chipman, R. A., 1935-1939
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68.16 Clews, C. J. B., 1935
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68.17 Cockburn, R., 1936-1938
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68.18 Cohen, Elizabeth, 1929, undated
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68.19 Collie, C. H., 1933
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68.20 Collier, L. J., 1938
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68.21 Collins, George, 1934
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68.22 Combes, Lewis S., 1939
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68.23 Compton, Karl T., 1927-1934, undated
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68.24 Congdon, J. F., undated
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68.25 Connelly, F. C., 1934
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68.26 Constable, J. E. R., 1936-1938
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68.27 Conybeare, J. G. G., undated
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68.28 Corbino, O. M., undated
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68.29 Cosslett, V. E., 1936
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69.1 Cotton, A., undated
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69.2 Cottoy, A., 1929
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69.3 Crawford, B. H., 1935
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69.4 Crooker, Arthur Mervyn, 1937, undated
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69.5 Crow, G., 1918
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69.6 Cumberland, Elliott, 1915
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69.7 Curtis, Grace, undated
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69.8 Curtis, W. E., 1929, undated
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69.9 Daisy, 1951
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69.10 Dalzell, D. P., 1925
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69.11 Darbyshire, Orrell and James A., 1934-1938
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69.12 Darling, Charles Robert, 1930
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69.13 Darwin, C. G., undated
Das, Kusumeshu:
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69.14 Correspondence, 1949
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69.15-18 Works, 1928, undated
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69.19 Das, Panchanon, 1929
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69.20 Daunt, J. G., 1938
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69.21 Davidson, P. M., 1929-1932, undated
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69.22 Davies, A. C., 1924
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69.23 Davies, R. M., 1932
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69.24 Davis, A. H., undated
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69.25 Correspondence, 1911-1926
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69.26-70.2 Financial accounts, 1910-1947, undated
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70.3-8 Davisson, C. J., 1921-1952
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70.9 Debye, P., undated
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70.10 De Forest, Lee, 1913
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70.11 Dember, H., 1911
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70.12 Deming, W. Edwards, 1929
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70.13-71.4 Denisoff, Alexander K., 1930-1936, undated
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71.5 Dent, Beryl M., 1934
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71.6-15 Deodhar, D. B., 1928-1931, undated
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71.11 Deodhar, G. B., undated
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71.16 General correspondence, 1919-1931
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71.17 Committee of the Privy Council, undated
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71.18 Research papers, 1920-1944, undated
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71.19 Research standing committee on glass and optical instruments, 1917-1918, undated
Radio Research Board:
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71.20 Papers, 1920-1938, undated
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71.21 Sub-committee A, 1920-1923
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71.22 Sub-committee B, 1920-1921
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72.1 Sub-committee C, 1920-1922, undated
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72.2 Sub-committee D, 1920-1922, undated
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72.3 Sub-committee D-1, 1920-1923
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72.4 Sub-committee E, 1921-1922
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72.5 Dershem, Elmer, 1937
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72.6 Desch, Cecil H., 1915
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72.7 Dewar, J., 1898
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72.8-14 Dhodapkar, C. R., 1935, undated
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72.15 Di-Dz
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72.16-73.3 Dieke, G. H., 1934-1936, undated
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73.4 Dillon, Teresa J., 1929
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73.5 Dines, L. H. G., 1934
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73.6 Dolejšek, V., undated
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73.7-14, osf 1 Drinkwater, J. W., undated
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74.1 Drysdale, C. V., undated
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74.2 Duane, William, undated
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74.3 Dufton, A. F., 1933
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74.5 Eckersley, T. L., 1938
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74.6 Eddington, A. S., 1931-1933, undated
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74.7-17 Ehrenhaft, Felix, 1940-1944, undated
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74.18 Ellis, C. D., 1937
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74.19-24 El-Sherbini, M. A., 1933-1935, undated
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75.2 Emsley, H. H., undated
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75.3 Ericson, Algot, undated
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75.4 Essen, L., 1938
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75.5 Evershed, S., 1920
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75.6 Ewing. A. W. G., undated
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75.7 Ewing, James Alfred, Sir, undated
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75.8 Eyles, E. D., 1935
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75.10 Fahmy, M., 1930-1932
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gf 5 Faraday Society, undated
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75.11 Farnsworth, H. E., 1930
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75.12 Feng, P. C., 1934
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75.13 Ferasah, Aziz Milad, 1934
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75.14 Fereday, R. A., 1930-1933
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75.15 Ferguson, Allan, 1932
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75.16 Fermi, E., undated
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75.17 Finch, G. I., 1931-1935
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75.18 Fincham, E. F., 1937
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75.19 Finkelnburg, W., 1929
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75.20 Firesa, Aziz Milad, 1931
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75.21 Fisher, J. W., undated
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75.22 FitzGerald, F. A. J., undated
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75.23 Fleming, John Ambrose, Sir, 1932
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75.24-27 Flint, Henry Thomas, 1927-1939, undated
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75.28 Fo-Fz
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75.29 Folk, George E., 1917
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75.30 Follett, D. H., 1934
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75.31 Foster, J. S., undated
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76.1 Fowler, R. H., 1928
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76.2 France, 1913
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76.3 Franck, J., undated
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76.4 Fredenhagen, K., undated
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76.5 Freedman, P., undated
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76.6 French, James Weir, undated
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76.7 Frenkel, J., undated
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76.8 Friend, J. Newton, 1915
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76.10 Gabor, D., 1944
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76.11 Gaede, W., undated
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76.12 Gale, H. G., 1928
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76.13 Gaskell, G. A., 1929
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76.14 Gaydon, A. G., 1938
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76.15 Gehlhoff, Georg, 1926
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76.16 Gehrts, A., undated
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76.17 General Electric Company, 1924-1940
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76.18 George, William H., 1937
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76.19 Gerlach, Walther, 1921, undated
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76.20 Gianfranceschi, G., undated
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76.21 Gibbs, William E., 1915
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76.22-23 Gimpel, Irena, 1941-1943
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76.24 Giorgi, Giovanni, undated
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76.25 Glazebrook, R. T., Sir, 1936, undated
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76.26 Glockler, George, 1951
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76.27 Goche, O., 1939
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76.28 Goddard, R. H., 1926
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76.29 Gogate, D. V., 1938, undated
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76.30 Gold, E., undated
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76.31 Gossling, B. S., 1920
Great Britain:
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76.32 General correspondence
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76.33 Admiralty. Research work on valves, 1916
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77.1 Ministry of Munitions. Booklets, notices, forms, etc., 1915, undated
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77.2 Office of the High Commissioner for India, 1925-1935, undated
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77.3 Patent Office. Grant to Owen Willans Richardson of a patent for an invention for Improvements in rectifiers for alternating electrical currents, 1914
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77.4 Royal Air Force. Requirements in valve research, 1922
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77.5 Green, S. E., 1930-1932
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77.6 Grew, K. E., undated
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77.7 Griffiths, A., 1917
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77.30 Harvey, A., 1935
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78.2 Heard, J. F., 1933
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78.3 Heathcote, Niels Hugh de V., undated
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78.4 Heisenberg, W., undated
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78.6 Henderson, G. M., 1951
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78.7 Henry, P. S. H., 1931
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78.9 Herd, J. F., 1932
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78.23 Horn, H. F., 1930
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78.25 Horrex, C., 1951
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78.27 Hughes, J. V., undated
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79.10 Iles, W. G., 1936
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79.19 Jeffreys, Harold, 1935
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79.25 Johnson, R. C., 1933
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79.27 Jones, F. Llewellyn, 1934-1938
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79.28 Jones, H., 1937
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79.29 Jones, J. H., undated
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79.30 Kapitza, P., undated
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79.31 Kar, Kulesh Chandra, 1929
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80.3 King, Albert Wilson, undated
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80.4 Kingslake, R., 1937
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80.8 Kondratjen, V., 1929
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80.18 Laue, Max V., undated
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80.25 Leigh-Smith, Alice, 1935-1938, undated
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80.26 Leigh-Smith, P., 1933
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80.27 Lenard, P., undated
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80.28 Lennard-Jones, John, Sir, 1951
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80.29 Lessheim, H., 1934
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80.32 Levy, H., 1935
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80.33 Lewis, A. J., 1935
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80.36 Li, M. K., 1935
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80.37 Lilienfeld, J. E., 1908-1915, undated
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81.2 Liquier-Milward, Jeanne, 1935
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82.4 Academic registrar, 1935
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82.5 King's College, 1914-1937
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82.6 King's College. Engineering Society, 1915
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82.7 King's College (1916) Research Fund Accounts, 1934-1937
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82.8 Long, R. G., undated
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82.9 Lorentz, H. A., undated
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82.12 Lowery, H., 1937
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82.15 MacDonald, J. K. L., 1932, undated
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82.16 McDowell, C. A., 1951
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82.17 MacGregor-Morris, J. T., 1935
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82.18 McKay, A. T., 1931
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82.19 McLachlan, N. W., 1931-1935
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82.20 McLennan, J. C., 1924, undated
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82.21 McPetrie, J. S., 1934
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82.23 Mahanti, P. C., 1933-1935
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83.1 Majorana, Q., undated
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83.5 Marsh, Sydney, 1916, undated
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83.6 Martin, L. C., 1931-1933
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83.7 Martyn, D. F., 1934
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83.8 Massey, H. S. W., undated
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83.9 Mathers, Frank C., undated
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83.10 May, A. Nunn, undated
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83.18 Millikan, R. A., undated
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83.20 Mitchell, K., undated
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83.21 Moon, P. B., 1936
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83.22 Moore, H., 1937
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83.23 Moore, L., undated
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83.24 Morris-Airey, H., 1923
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83.25 Correspondence, 1921
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83.26-32 Works, 1923-1931, undated
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83.33 Moss, Eric B., 1931-1933
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84.2 Mulcahy, M. F. R. and Mukerji, S. K., 1951, undated
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84.3-7 Mulliken, Robert S., 1929-1930, undated
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84.11-12 Naismith, R., 1932
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84.13 Nakaya, U., 1929
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84.16 Nasr, A. A., 1941, undated
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84.17 Letters, 1922
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84.18 Notes on the design of closed coil receiving sets, 1921
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84.22 Proposed programme of preliminary work at the National Physical Laboratory on the life testing of radio valves, 1923
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85.1 Report on life tests on thermionic valves, undated
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85.2 Report on the X-ray examination of two nickel specimens, 1931
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85.3 Thermionic valves, 1924
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85.4-5 Nelson, J. H., 1937-1938
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85.6 Nettleton, H. R., 1930-1934
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85.7 Nicol, J., 1916
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85.8 Nilsson Electrical Laboratory, Inc., 1944
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85.9 Nobelstiftelsen. Papers (programs, memoranda), 1929, undated
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85.10 Nugent, T. C., undated
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85.15 Ornstein, L. S., undated
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85.16 Owen, D., 1938
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85.17 Owen, E. A., 1938
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85.18 Oxley, A. E., 1915
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85.20 Paget, R. A. S., Sir, undated
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85.21 Pal, H. K., 1934
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85.22 Palmer, L. S., 1933-1935
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85.23 Paris, E. T., 1930
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85.24 Parker, R. C., 1936
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85.25 Parti, Y. P., 1937
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85.19 Paschen, F., undated
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85.26 Patkowski, J., 1929
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85.29 Pearse, R. W. B., 1937
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85.30 Pearson, E. B., 1934
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85.31 Peddie, W., undated
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85.32 Pegler, Geoffrey D., 1935
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86.1-2 Peierls, R. E., undated
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86.3 Penman, H. L., 1935
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86.4 Penney, W. G., 1934
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86.5 Perfect, D. S., 1930
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86.6 Perry, J. W., 1937
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86.7 Perucca, E., undated
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86.8 Petrie, Douglas P. R., 1935
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86.9 Philip, Arnold, 1915
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86.10 Physical Society. Letter, undated
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87.8 Physical Society Club. Papers, 1924-1942, undated
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87.9 Physics Club. Papers, 1928-1939, undated
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87.10 Piddington, J. H., 1938
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87.11 Pitzer, Kenneth S., 1951
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87.12 Planck, Marga, 1932
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87.13 Planck, Max, undated
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87.14-16 Potter, Harold H., 1921-1922
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87.17 Powell, F. C., undated
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87.18-19 Powell, R. W., 1934-1938
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87.20 Preston, J. S., 1933
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87.21 Pretty, W. E., 1927-1929
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87.22 Price, W. C., 1931
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87.23 Pring, J. N., undated
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87.24 Pyro. United States Industrial Alcohol Company, 1913
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87.25 Quarrell, A. G., 1937
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87.26 Railston, W., 1935
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87.27 Ram, Mela, 1926
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87.28 Raman, C. V., 1934, undated
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87.29 Ramsauer, C., 1935
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88.1 Randolph, C. P., undated
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88.2 Works, A-Z, 1932-1934
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88.3 Letters, 1917, 1934
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88.4 Rao, A. S., 1932-1934
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88.5-6 Rao, I. Ramakrishna, undated
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88.7 Rao, K. R., 1929-1930
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88.8-89.1 Rao, S. Ramachandra, 1930-1932, undated
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89.2 Rasetti, F., 1929
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89.3 Ratcliffe, J. A., 1933
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89.4 Rawlins, F. I. G., 1929
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89.5 Rayleigh, Baron, 1934
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89.6 Rayner, E. H., undated
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89.7 Reason, R. E., 1937
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89.8 Reynolds, F., 1917
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89.9 Richards, Joseph W., undated
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89.10 Richards, R. C., 1915
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89.11 Richards, T. C., 1932
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89.12 The Batley property of C. M. Richardson's exors: Statements of accounts, 1909-1912
Wellington Street property of C. M. Richardson's exors: Statements of account, 1912-1914
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89.13 Richardson, Harold and Jean, 1930
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89.14 Richardson, J. H., 1916
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89.15 Richardson, Lewis F., 1929-1934
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89.16 A-I; with additional biographical and genealogical information, and a portrait (Gift, 2005)
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89.17 List of documents which set out the history of Davisson's discovery of electron diffraction and its consequences, undated
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89.18 List of more important publications, undated
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89.19 List of papers, undated
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89.20 List of papers, addresses, etc., undated
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89.21 List of people to answer for congratulation on knighthood, undated
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89.22 List of publications by O. W. Richardson and others, undated
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89.25 Notes re…, 1929, undated
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90.1 Particulars of old King's College Students, undated
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90.2 Plans of Bloomsbury site. Physics Department, undated
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90.3 Post-graduate and research students. Department of Physics…, 1941
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90.4 Re Lamb Retherford, undated (circa 1947)
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92.5 Robertson, Robert, Sir, undated
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92.6 Rockefeller Foundation, 1929
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92.7 Rogers, J. S., 1930-1936
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92.8 Rollin, B. V., 1935
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92.9 Rosenfeld, L., undated
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92.10-12 Roy, S. C., 1924-1925, undated
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98.6 Royal Stuart Hotel, 1935
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98.7 Rudberg, Erik, 1925-1930, undated
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98.8 Rutherford, E., 1932, undated
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98.9-11 Rymer, T. B., 1935, undated
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98.12 Saayman, Edmund Hugo, undated
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99.2 Sambursky, S., 1933
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99.3-7 Sandeman, Ian, 1929-1933, undated
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99.8 Sargent, B. W., undated
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99.10 Savur, S. R., 1938
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99.12 Scheel, K., undated
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99.14 Schissler, D. O., et al, 1951
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99.15 Schmid, R., 1937
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99.16 Schönberg, Elsbeth, undated
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99.17 Schrödinger, E., undated
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99.18 The Science Museum, 1921
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99.19 Scott, R. F., 1927
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99.20 Scripture, E. W., undated
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99.21 Searle, G. F. C., 1904, undated
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99.22 Selwyn, E. W. H., 1929
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99.26 Sherratt, G. G., 1931
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99.13 Shiozawa, K., 1927
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99.27 Shu, Seyuan, undated
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99.28 Siegbahn, Karin, 1930
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99.29 Simeon, E., 1930
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99.30 Simon, F., 1935
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99.31 Simons, A., 1935
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99.32 Simons, Lewis, 1932, undated
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99.33 Skinner, H. W. B., undated
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100.2 Smith, B. S., 1928
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100.3 Smith, F. D., 1929-1930
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100.4 Smith, N. Kemp, 1921
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100.5 Smith, T., 1927-1935, undated
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100.6 Smith-Rose, R. L., 1931-1935
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100.7 Snell (Foster D.), Inc., 1944
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100.8 Snell, Arthur Hawley, 1934
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100.9 Soddy, Frederick, undated
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100.10 Solomon, J., undated
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100.11 Someren, Ernest H. S. van, 1934
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100.12 Sommerfeld, A., 1947, undated
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100.13 Sorby Research Laboratory, 1922
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100.14 Spells, K. E., 1935
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100.15 Stanley, L. F., 1929
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100.16 Starr, A. T., 1933
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100.17 Stead, G., 1918-1921
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100.18 Stephenson, J. D., 1932
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100.19 Sterling Telephone & Electric Co., Ltd., 1923
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100.20 Stern, O., 1921, undated
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100.21 Stevenson, D. P., 1951
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100.22 Steward, G. C., undated
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100.23-24 Stiles, W. S., 1929, undated
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100.25 Stoner, Edmund C., undated
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100.26 Story, Carl, 1932
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100.27 Straneo, P., undated
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100.28 Stubbs, F. J., 1951
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101.4 Sumpner, W. E., 1929
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101.5 Sutton, T. Carlton, 1934-1935
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101.6 Sykes, W., undated
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101.7 Symons, A. S. M., 1929
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101.8 Szwarc, M., 1951
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101.9 Tall (F. W. le) and (A. S.) Cachemaille, 1931
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101.10-13 Tanaka, T., 1925-1925, undated
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101.14 Tandberg, J., 1937
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101.15 T'ao, Shih-Chen, 1932
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101.16 Tawde, N. R., 1934
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101.17 Taylor, A. K., 1936
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101.18 Taylor, A. Maurice, 1929
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101.19 Taylor, Denis, 1935
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101.20 Taylor, H. Dennis, 1933
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101.21 Taylor, Mary, 1932-1934
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101.22 Taylor & Francis, 1938
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101.23 Temple, G., 1935
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101.24 The Thermal Syndicate, Ltd., 1933
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101.25 Thibaud, J., 1929
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101.26-27 Thomas, N., undated
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102.1 Thomas, T. T., 1930
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102.2 Thomas, Terry, undated
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102.3 Thompson, N., 1934-1935
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102.4 Thomson, G. P., 1932-1938, undated
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102.5 Thomson, J. J., 1904, undated
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102.6 Thomson, Rose Paget, 1913
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102.7 Thornton, W. M., 1931
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102.8 Thwaites, P. V., 1939
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102.9 Tillman, J. R., 1936
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102.10 Tizard, H. T., 1938
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102.11 Tokyo Imperial University. President's Office, 1927
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102.12 Tolansky, S., 1933
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102.13 Tolman, Richard C., undated
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102.14 Tomlinson, G. A., 1932
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102.15 Treloar, L. R. G., 1936-1937
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102.16 Trendelenburg, F., undated
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102.17 Tucker, W. S., undated
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102.18 Tunley, H., undated
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102.19 Tunstall, Norman, undated
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102.20 Turnbull, R., undated
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102.21 Turnell, N. W., undated
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102.22 Turner, H. H., 1923
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102.23 Twyman, F., 1932-1933
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102.24 Tyndall, A. M., 1929
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102.25 Tyte, L. C., 1937
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102.26 Ubbelohde, A. R., 1951
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102.27 United States Patent Office. Grant of letters patent to Owen Willans Richardson for Invention of devices for the rectification of alternating electric currents, 1916
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102.28 Universities Bureau of the British Empire, 1919
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102.29 Vallauri, G., 1917
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102.30 Van Rest, E. D., 1934
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102.31 Van Vleck, M. J. H., 1925, undated
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102.32 Varley, W. M., undated
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102.33 Veblen, Elizabeth Mary, 1924-1953
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102.34-103.3 Venable, William Mayo, 1928-1931, undated.
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103.4 Vernon, C. G., undated
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103.5 Vick, F. A., 1936
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103.6 Vincent, J. H., 1929-1931
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103.7 Von Weizsäcker, C. F., undated
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103.8 Wagner, Karl Willy, undated
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103.9 Wahle, Karl, 1930
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103.10 Wakeley, 1930
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103.11 Walch, F. A., 1936
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103.12 Walker, Miles, 1918
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103.13 Waller, Mary D., 1937-1939
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103.14 Walsh, J. W. T., 1926
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103.15 Warburton, F. L., 1935
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103.16 Waterman, Alan T., 1924-1929, undated
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104.1 Watton, W. L., 1930
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104.2 Watts, Oliver P., undated
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104.3 Watts, S. S., 1934
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104.4 Webb, Kenneth B., undated
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104.5-6 Webster, H. C., 1929-1937, undated
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104.7 Webster, W. L., undated
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104.8 Wedgwood, G. A., 1929-1931
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104.9 Wehnelt, A., 1905-1908, undated
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104.10 Weintroub, S., 1936
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104.11-12 Weiss, Pierre, undated
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104.13 Wentzel, G., undated
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104.14 West, Gilbert D., 1932-1933
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104.15 Westminster Hospital, 1929
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104.16 Whatman, A. B., 1938
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104.17 Whetham, W. C. D., 1904
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104.18 Whipple, F. J. W., 1932
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104.19 Whipple, G. A., 1933
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104.20 White, F. W. G., undated
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104.21 Whitehead, S., 1935-1938
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104.22 Whittaker, Edmund Taylor, 1935
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104.23 Widdowson, E. E., 1937-1938
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104.24 Wilberforce, L. R., 1932-1934
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104.25 Williams, 1929-1930
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104.26 Williams, S. E., 1934
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105.1-3, osf 1 Williams, William Ewart, 1920-1932, undated
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105.4 Willoughby, E. O., 1934
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105.5 Wilson, A. W., 1904
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105.6 Wilson, A. W., Mrs., 1908
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105.7 Wilson, C. W., 1937
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105.8 Wilson, Charles Thomson, 1904
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105.9 Wilson, Harold Albert, 1908, undated
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105.10 Wilson, Harold Albert and Marjorie, 1899-1929, undated
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105.11 Wilson, J. Rattray, undated
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105.12 Wilson, J. T., undated
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105.13 Wilson, W., 1939, undated
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105.14 Wilson, William, undated
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105.15 Winter, William Percy, 1917
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105.16 Witmer, Enos E., 1926
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105.17 Wood, A. B., 1934-1935
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105.18 Wood, Eva A., undated
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105.19 Wood, R. W., undated
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105.20 Wood, W. A., 1930-1931
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105.21 Woodall, A. J., 1935
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105.22 Worsnop, B. L., 1928, undated
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105.23 Wright, E. E., 1934
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105.24 Wright, H. L., 1932, undated
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105.25 Wright, W. D., 1932-1937
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105.26 Wrinch, D. M., 1937
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105.27 Wynn-Williams, C. E., 1934
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105.28 Yarnold, G. D., 1938
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105.29 Yates-Fish, N. L., 1935
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105.30 Young, A. F. A., 1923-1929, undated
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105.31 Zeeman, P., undated
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Index of Works by O. W. Richardson

  • The absorption spectra of gases and vapours--1.1
  • According to Ramachandra Rao's ideas the…--1.1
  • Add to paper on equilibrium of a gas in a field of force, etc.--1.1
  • Allen & Sandeman--1.2
  • Allen & Sandeman's interferences with the Hα etc Q(m) lines--1.2
  • Allen & Sandeman's missing lines--1.2
  • Allibone's infra red extension of Fulcher's bands--1.1
  • Alte und neue fragen uber elektronenemission--1.1
  • Alternative method of deriving the fundamental equation... --1.1
  • Andrewes, Davies, and Horton. Table I. Critical voltages--1.3
  • Annotated bibliography--1.4
  • Announcement of a lecture by Arthur Holly Compton--1.3
  • Apparatus for determining volume of balloons--22.2
  • Appendix I to Denisoff's report III--1.3
  • Areas of patches--1.5
  • Argon and cadmium computations, by E. W. Foster and O. W. Richardson--1.6
  • Argon and cadmium measurements: plate 74, by E. W. Foster and O. W. Richardson--1.6
  • Argon and cadmium measurements: plate 85, by E. W. Foster and O. W. Richardson--1.6
  • Argon and cadmium measurements: plate 86, by E. W. Foster and O. W. Richardson--1.6
  • Argon measurements: plate 83, by E. W. Foster and O. W. Richardson--1.7
  • Argon measurements: plate 84, by E. W. Foster and O. W. Richardson--1.7
  • Aristrophy of atoms of inert gases--1.5
  • Assume monomolecular layer stops reaction…--1.5
  • At the request of the Smithson Research Fund Committee we…, by O. W. Richardson and R. H. Fowler--1.5
  • Attempts to guess at what is going on near the soft X-ray excitation threshold--1.8
  • Augustin Jean Fresnel: Tribute--1.5
  • Autobiographical account of work done--1.9
  • Autobiographical data--1.9
  • Autobiographical sketch: Owen Willans Richardson born Dewsbury, Yorkshire…--1.9
  • Autobiographical sketch: The prize for Physics for 1928 was awarded in 1929…--1.9
  • The band spectrum of hydrogen--1.11
  • The band spectrum of hydrogen. I wish to describe to the congress some of the more…--1.11
  • The band spectrum of hydrogen. This spectrum consists of the so-called many line spectrum in…--1.11
  • The band systems ending on the 1sσ2sσ¹Σg(¹Xg) state of H₂. Part I--1.12-13, gf 1
  • The band systems ending on the 1sσ2sσ¹Σg(¹Xg) state of H₂. Part II, by O. W. Richardson and A. A. Newbold--2.1
  • Bandopadhyaya--1.10
  • Barkla's Bakerian lecture--1.10
  • Barkla's experiments--1.10
  • Barkla's work on X-rays--31.6
  • Becker and Brattain--2.2
  • Beta ray spectrum may be due to uncertainty motion of electrons--2.3
  • Beutler--2.2
  • Bhawalkar--2.2
  • Bhawalkar's levels--2.2
  • Big hot wire leak due to heating walls of vessel--22.2
  • Biographical sketch of Edward Victor Appleton--2.4
  • Biographical sketch of Arthur Holly Compton--2.4
  • Biographical sketch of Clinton Joseph Davisson--2.4
  • Biographical sketch of Paul Adrien Maurice Dirac--2.4
  • Biographical sketch of Frederick George Donnan, by O. W. R. and E. K. R.--2.4
  • Biographical sketch of Werner Heisenberg--2.4
  • Biographical sketch of Paul Langevin--2.4
  • Biographical sketch of Sir Ernest Rutherford--2.4
  • Biographical sketch of George Paget Thomson--2.4
  • Biographical sketch of William Ewart Williams--2.4
  • Bohr's second letter--2.6
  • Bohr's theory--2.5
  • Bohr's theory of atomic structure--2.5
  • Bragg's researches on γ-rays etc.--31.6
  • Bremner--2.5
  • Bridgman--2.5
  • de Broglie and Brillouin, notes on quantum mechanics re--2.5
  • Cadmium measurements: plate 83, by E. W. Foster and O. W. Richardson--2.7
  • Cadmium measurements: plate 84, by E. W. Foster and O. W. Richardson--2.7
  • Carbon spectrum (Newbold)--2.7
  • The case for J. J. Thomson's string theory of light--31.6
  • Chalklin--2.9
  • Chalklin's Mn breaks--2.8
  • The characteristic curves of three electrode devices in relation to their structure--2.10-2.13
  • Chemical electron emission--2.8
  • Chemical electron emission near E₁=A--2.8
  • Claims of Le Duc de Broglie to Foreign Membership of the Society--3.1
  • Colloquium 1909-10--31.5
  • The combination of electrons with gas molecules, by Owen Willans Richardson and Rabindranath Chaudhuri--3.1
  • Comments on Mosharrafa--3.1
  • Comparison of the ray and field free discharge--3.1
  • The complete photelectric emission--3.1
  • Compton and Thos.--3.1
  • A. H. Compton's results and structure of electrons--31.7
  • Concerning microphotometer traces--3.2
  • Conductivity of metallic oxides--31.5
  • Congrès de Radiologie Liège C. R. p. 50 (1905)--3.2
  • Conseil de Physique de l'Institut International de Physique Solvay--3.4
  • The conservation of energy and nuclear phenomena--3.3
  • Consider the argument in my 1928 paper from the…--3.3
  • Consideration of Bhawalkar's Na curves--3.3
  • Contact difference of potential and thermionic emission, by O. W. Richardson and F. S. Robertson--3.3
  • Contact potential difference problem--3.3
  • The continuous spectrum of hydrogen, by Owen Willans Richardson and T. Tanaka--3.3
  • Cooling effect due to escape of electrons--22.2
  • Corpuscular radiation as a function of atomic weight--3.5
  • Courant-Hilbert (Methods of Mathematical Physics)--3.6
  • Crooker--3.6
  • Crossed echelon spectrum of H₂--113.1-3
  • Current E.m.f for thermions--22.2
  • Current limiting device, by O. W. Richardson and Frederick S. Robertson--3.6
  • Curtis's K.G.H series--3.6
  • Curves for Al photoelectric effect, by O. W. Richardson and A. A. Newbold--3.6
  • Davies, Horton and Blundell--3.7
  • Definition of limit to number of corpuscles in an atom from magnetic properties of magnetic elements--31.5
  • Denisoff's treatment of the reaction energy--3.7
  • Deodhar's null frequencies--3.7
  • Dependence of total kinetic energy and its distribution on wave length of light--22.2
  • Determination of the moment of inertia of a wheel--9.10
  • Determination of the Rydberg constants--3.8-11, gf 1
  • Device for the converting of mechanical energy…--3.12
  • Devices for the rectification of alternating electric currents--3.13
  • Dieke's letter of July 17th 1929--4.2
  • Dieke's ¹X, by O. W. Richardson and A. A. Newbold--4.1
  • Dieke's proposed arrangement and extension of Fulcher's bands--4.2
  • Dirac--22.24
  • Dirac's magnetic poles--4.2
  • The disappearing gap in the spectrum--4.3
  • Discussion of Compton's report--4.3
  • Discussion of La relation hν=E dans les phénomènes photo-electriques; production de la lumière dans le choc des atomes par les electrons et production des rayons de Röntgen, by Maurice de Broglie--4.3
  • Discussion with Arnold Sommerfeld, Mr. Kramers, and Meghnad Saha--4.3
  • The distribution of the molecules of a gas in a field of force, with application to the theory of electrons--4.3
  • Ditchburn--4.3
  • Eddington's number--4.5
  • The effect of a luminous discharge on the ionization produced by hot platinum in gases at low pressures--4.6
  • The effect of gases in facilitating the passage of current from an electron-emitting source in crossed electric and magnetic fields, by Owen Willans Richardson and Rabindranath Chaudhuri--4.5
  • The effect of gases on the contact difference of potential between metals at different temperatures, by O. W. Richardson and F. S. Robertson--4.7-8
  • The effect of hydrogen on the negative leak from hot platinum--31.5
  • Effect of liberation of an outside electron--4.5
  • Elberta (poem)--5.1
  • Electric field in a conductor in the Earth's field--31.7
  • Electric time effects--22.2
  • The electrical properties of hot bodies--5.2
  • Electricity and magnetism: exam questions--5.3
  • Electromagnetic mass--31.7
  • Electron emission caused by chemical action--5.4
  • Electron emission from metals as a function of temperature--5.4
  • Electron emission under the influence of chemical action at higher gas pressures--5.5-5.7
  • Electron emission under the influence of heat and of light (lecture)--5.4
  • Electron rings--5.5
  • The electron theory of contact electromotive force and of thermoelectricity--5.9
  • The electron theory of matter--5.10-14, 114.1-2
  • Electron theory of metallic conduction--6.1
  • The electronic levels of H₂--6.2
  • The electronic levels of He₂--6.3
  • Electrons and heat--6.4
  • Emission of characteristic X-rays, etc.--6.5
  • The emission of electricity from hot bodies--6.6-11, 7.1-7, gf 2-4
  • Emission of electrons--7.8
  • The emission of electrons from hot bodies--7.9
  • The emission of electrons under the influence of chemical action--7.10-12
  • The emission of electrons under the influence of chemical action, by O. W. Richardson and A. K. Denisoff--8.1-7
  • The emission of electrons under the influence of chemical action at lower gas pressures--8.8-10
  • Emission of light by metals during absorption of electrons--31.7
  • The emission of secondary electrons and the excitation of soft x-rays--26.12
  • The emission of soft X-rays, by O. W. Richardson and F. S. Robertson, notes--8.11
  • The emission of soft X-rays by different elements--8.12-15
  • The emission of soft X-rays by different elements at higher voltages--8.16-19
  • An emission theory of light--9.1
  • Endowments Committee: Memorandum--9.2
  • Energies of H₂ states--9.2
  • Energy and momentum of radiation and Bohr's theory--9.2
  • Energy distribution of secondary electrons--9.2
  • The energy functions of the H₂ molecules, by O. W. Richardson and P. M. Davidson--9.3-6
  • Energy of electrons emitted by chemical action--9.2
  • Energy of electrons emitted from alkali metals and hot lime--9.2
  • Energy of secondary X-rays of X and β ray type compared--31.6
  • Eve's problem--9.2
  • Examination of (C. R.) Dhodapkar--9.2
  • Excitation functions for soft X-rays, etc.--9.2
  • The excitation of soft characteristic X-rays, by Sir Owen Willans Richardson and Charles Blizard Bazzoni--9.2
  • The excitation of soft X-rays--9.7
  • Experimental notebook--9.8
  • Experiments notebook--9.9-10
  • Experiments at Cambridge--9.11
  • Experiments, by O. W. Richardson and F. S. Robertson--9.12, 10.1-4
  • Experiments on chemical electron emission--10.5-6
  • Experiments on current-limiting devices--10.7
  • Experiments on discharge with hot os. Cathodes in good vacua with different anodes and different P.D.'s--22.2
  • Experiments on emission from filaments, by O. W. Richardson, F. S. Robertson and others--11.1
  • Experiments on filaments, by O. W. Richardson and F. S. Robertson--11.2-7
  • Experiments on granular microphones--11.8
  • Experiments on microphones--12.1-2
  • Experiments on thoriated tungsten emitters, by O. W. Richardson and F. S. Robertson--12.3
  • Experiments with chemical electrons--12.3
  • Expression for the heat energy U of a gm. mole. of a perfect gas--9.2
  • Fe₁Co₁Ni₁Cu--12.4
  • Fine structure constant... --12.5
  • Fine structure in the hydrogen band lines, by O. W. Richardson and W. E. Williams--12.5
  • The fine structure of the lines of the H₂ spectrum which go down to the 2p³π state, by E. W. Foster and O. W. Richardson--12.6-12
  • The fine structure of the spectral lines of H₂: measurements with a reflection echelon, by E. W. Foster and O. W. Richardson--12.13-14, 13.1-5, osf 1, gf 5
  • Finkelnburg and Mecke--13.6
  • Finkelnburg and Mecke's additions... --13.6
  • Finkelnburg and Mecke's Υ bands--13.6
  • Fisher--12.5
  • Flint's qualifications--12.5
  • Force between two electrons--13.7
  • Formula for no. of electrons reaching sphere from small source of centre emitted with Maxwell's distribution and going against a given potential difference--13.7
  • Fowler and Nordheim. Cold electron currents--13.7
  • Freedman--13.8
  • Further notes about the continuation of the soft X-ray experiments--13.8
  • Further notes on patches--13.8
  • Gale, Monk and Lee's lines--13.9
  • General discussion on Saturday--13.9
  • General quantum theory--13.10-11
  • The generalized quantum conditions--13.12
  • Government grant report. Secondary electron emission etc. 1949--13.9
  • Gravitation--22.2
  • Gravitation and the electron theory--13.9
  • The highest energies of states going down to ¹X--13.15
  • Highest energies of various states of H₂--14.1
  • H₂ band spectrum--14.3
  • H₂ bands--14.3
  • H₂ computations--14.4-11, 113.4
  • H₂ infra-red--14.3
  • H₂ measurements and computations relating to plate 39--14.12
  • Haber and Just--13.13
  • Haber and Justs' magnetic deflection experiments with I₂--13.13
  • Hall's measures on plate F--13.13
  • Hamilton--13.13
  • Hanawalt's FeK level fine structure--13.13
  • R. N. H. Haslam--13.13
  • Haslam and Thornton--13.13
  • The He atom (from Mulliken and Monk, P.R. 34, 1530 (1929))--13.14
  • Heisenberg-Hund--13.14
  • Heitler and London--13.14
  • Hopfield--14.2
  • Hori--14.2
  • Hot sphere--14.2
  • Hund's theory--14.3
  • I am very doubtful if the curvature of the σV:V₁…--14.13
  • I do not think I can add anything…--14.13
  • I have listened carefully to what Prof. Bohr has said but I cannot…--14.13
  • I shall confine my remarks to the progress of our knowledge…--14.13
  • I wish to say a little about the question whether…--14.13
  • If Ehrenhaft is right what do his results…--14.14
  • Impact ionization by positive ions--14.14
  • Improvements in and relating to electron discharge devices--15.1-2
  • Index to MacLennan's--15.3
  • Intensities of band lines (Q branches)--15.3
  • Intensity of secondary electron emission from Ni--15.3
  • Ionization (electron emission) and chemical action--15.4-5
  • The ions from hot salts--15.6
  • Ions from salts. Changes with time and voltage--15.7
  • Ions in selenium--15.3
  • I. Newton--15.8
  • Isolated quantized magnetic poles--15.8
  • It is very gratifying to me that a band…--15.8
  • Jeppesen's differences for 2p2π--15.9
  • K levels--15.10
  • Karl Manne Georg Siegbahn--15.10
  • K.E. of valence electrons--15.10
  • Kinetic energy of δ rays--31.5
  • Kinetic energy of ions from sodium potassium alloy--31.5
  • Kinetic explanation of effect of pressure on spectral lines--22.2
  • Kiuti's series--15.12
  • Krefft etc--15.11
  • Krefft's experiments--15.11
  • Kronig and Fujioka--15.11
  • Krypton measurements and computations, by E. W. Foster and O. W. Richardson--15.13
  • L levels--15.14
  • L lines--15.14
  • The laws of photoelectric action--15.14
  • The laws of photoelectric action and the unitary theory of light (Lichtquanten theorie)--15.14
  • Least time etc.--15.15
  • Lecture notes--15.15
  • Level differences--15.15
  • The limiting frequency in the spectra of helium, hydrogen and mercury in the extreme ultra-violet, by Sir Owen Willans Richardson and C. B. Bazzoni--15.16
  • Lines dotted on Merton's He plate--15.16
  • Lines marked on 3rd type plate--15.16
  • The lines which are at present thought to be the various... --15.16
  • List of weakened lines. 1st type. 35 volts--25.10
  • Location of quanta--15.17
  • Lord Rayleigh's paper on"Long duration of the Balmer spectrum in excited hydrogen"--15.17
  • M levels--16.1
  • M. C. Johnson. Doppler effect lines--16.1
  • M. C. Johnson's data--16.1
  • MacLennan and S's observations on intensities of the lines 1P28Q201R. etc.--16.1
  • MacLennan's calculations--16.1
  • Magnetism--16.1
  • Mass of neutron--16.1
  • Maximum backward and forward velocity as a function of frequency--31.7
  • McLeod gauge data--31.5
  • Memorandum on requirements of Physics Department in relation to Quinquennial Grant--16.2
  • Memorandum on research work having some bearing more or less direct on the field within the purview of the Radio Research Board and now being carried out in the Wheatstone (Physical) Laboratories at the University of London – King's College Strand W.C. 2--16.2
  • Mercury lines and screens--16.2
  • Metallic conduction--16.3
  • Metallic conduction and quantum theory--16.4
  • Method for getting temperature of metals…--31.5
  • Methods involving definition of E/m--22.2
  • Microphone research--16.5
  • Microphotometer results--16.5
  • The Millian factor--16.5
  • Minimum increase in Watts to give a perceptible charge in the luminosity of a small, 3.5 volt, lamp--16.5
  • Minimum time and associated questions--31.7
  • Mn--16.1
  • Mohr and Boeckner--16.6
  • Molecular hydrogen and its spectrum--16.7-11, 17.1-2, gf 5
  • Moment of momentum due to electrons--16.6
  • Mosharaffa. Mechanics of H atom--16.6
  • Motion of electrons in a menatomic gas--16.6
  • M. R. Williams. Cu. Mean of 111 and 110 faces--16.6
  • The n=2 states of hydrogen--17.3
  • The n=4 singlet levels--17.4
  • Negative radiation from an infinite plane--17.5
  • Negative results of grating experiments--17.5
  • Nernst's heat theorem--17.5
  • The neutron--17.5
  • New bands ending on the 1sσ2pσ¹Σu of H₂--17.6
  • A new connection between the absorption spectrum of hydrogen and the many lined spectrum--17.7
  • New research work for year 1909-10--31.5
  • New researches--17.5
  • New search for C¹¹ states--17.5
  • Newbold's report--17.5
  • Nickel crystal breaks (soft X-rays)--17.8
  • Ni 110--17.8
  • Ni crystal--17.8
  • Ni levels--17.8
  • Nickel--17.8
  • 1925--17.8
  • Noises in valves--17.9
  • Nomenclature and symbolism for the spectra of diatomic molecules--17.9
  • Nomination of Enrico Fermi for Nobel Prize in Physics--17.9
  • Nomination of Enrico Fermi for Nobel Prize in Physics."I beg leave to bring yr. notice to claims of Profr…"--17.9
  • Note added Sept. 12th--17.9
  • Note for addition to Molecular Hydrogen and its Spectrum p. 184--17.10
  • Note for Bhawalkar--17.10
  • Note on Bjerruin's theory--17.11
  • Note on Dr. Flint's paper and some new uncertainty relations--17.11
  • Note on gravitation, with an appendix by L. Simons--17.11
  • Note on the direct determination of h--17.11
  • Note on the Hughes Medal--2.4
  • Note on the theory of magnetism--17.11
  • Note on theoretical physics--17.11
  • Notebook--17.12
  • Notes by the way--17.13
  • Notes for paper on photoelectric action and the quantum theory--17.13
  • Notes from R. C. Johnson on the Swan spectrum--17.13
  • Notes in regard to device with grid behind filament--17.13
  • Notes made on a visit to the G.E. Co. of America's Research Laboratories at Schenectady, N.Y.--17.13
  • Notes of lectures to medical students on electricity and mechanics--18.1
  • Notes of lectures to medical students on heat, sound, and magnetism--18.2
  • Notes of lectures to medical students on the properties of matter and light--18.3
  • Notes on aperiodic processes--18.4
  • Notes on Bartlett, Dorfman, and MacLennan--18.4
  • Notes on Bhawalkar's thesis--18.4
  • Notes on Bohr's communication IVa--18.4
  • Notes on Bosworth's dissertation--18.4
  • Notes on characteristic curves in extreme vacua--18.5
  • Notes on continuation of Bhawalkar's work--18.5
  • Notes on ionization by hot bodies--31.5
  • Notes on Maurice de Broglie--18.4
  • Notes on Oliphant--18.5
  • Notes on quantum mechanics, re Louis de Broglie and Brillouin--2.5
  • Notes on Sandeman III--18.5
  • Notes on soft X-rays--18.5
  • Notes on the calculations of the general theory of chemical electron emission--18.6
  • Notes on the kinetic theory of matter--18.6
  • Notes on Tutin's paper--18.6
  • Notes on work by Schottky--18.6
  • Notes on work in physics at the University of London--18.6
  • Notes re Flint--18.7
  • Notes."The real crux of the situation seems to be this…"--17.13
  • Nuclear rotation--18.8
  • Numerical data for paper on…--31.5
  • J. E. Nysop. Notes re Nysop's paper on photoelectric current--18.8
  • Obituary notice of Edwin Herbert Hall--18.9
  • Obituary notice of Hendrik Antoon Lorentz--18.10
  • Obituary notice of Pieter Zeeman--18.9
  • Obituary notice of Sir Herbert Jackson--18.11, gf 5
  • Oddments, about 1913--19.1
  • Old Friendship; would that thou might last… (poem)--18.9
  • On a minimum proper time and its applications (1) to the number of chemical elements (2) to some uncertainty relations--19.3-4
  • On a P, Q and R combination in the many-lined spectrum of hydrogen, by O. W. Richardson and T. Tanaka--19.2
  • On the estimation of the thickness of the reaction layer which just arrests electron emission--19.5
  • On the excitation of radiation by electron impact and on the photoelectric effect--19.6
  • On the excitation of very soft X-rays by electron impact, by O. W. Richardson and D. R. Bhawalkar--19.7
  • On the extraction of electrons from cold conductors in intense electric fields--19.8
  • On the fine structure of spectral lines of H₂ triplet system, by O. W. Richardson, W. E. Williams, and Sunao Imanishi--19.9
  • On the ground state of H₂, the molecular ion (H₂⁺) and wave mechanics--19.10
  • On the intensity distribution among the lines of certain bands in the spectrum of the hydrogen molecule--19.11
  • On the temperature variation of contact potential difference--19.12
  • ¹D →¹X--19.13
  • ¹U →¹X--19.14
  • ¹X, notes--20.1-3
  • ¹X intervals from Dieke's 2s'Σ → 2p' Σ bands--20.4
  • The origin of the green corona line, by T. R. Merton and O. W. Richardson--20.5
  • The origin of thermal ionization from carbon--19.2
  • Other bands--19.2
  • Outstanding problems in soft X-rays and secondary electron emission--19.2
  • The paper is concerned with a suggestion that the quantum theory…--20.6
  • Patches etc--20.6
  • Perturbations of 3p³πb--20.7
  • Les phenomenes thermioniques--20.8-12
  • Photoelectric action--20.7
  • The photoelectric action of X-rays--20.7
  • Photoelectric effect--21.1
  • The photoelectric effect. II, by Karl T. Compton and O. W. Richardson--21.2
  • The photoelectric effect. III, by Sir O. W. Richardson and F. J. Rogers--21.3
  • Photoelectric emission from a hot body--20.7
  • Photoelectric theory of thermionic emission--20.7
  • Photographic reproductions of H₂ plates--21.4-12
  • The physical universe--21.13
  • Physics Entrance Scholarships. May 1914--20.7
  • Points about theory of electric conduction--21.14
  • Points for investigation--31.6
  • Polorisation of X-rays on Bragg's theory--22.2
  • Possible explanation of_____curves for COS, H₂SOCH₃Cl--21.14
  • Possible extensions of Allibone's--21.14
  • Poss. Q series in ext. violet--21.14
  • Potential required to maintain current in gas at low pressures--22.2
  • Power valve research, by O. W. Richardson and F. S. Robertson--21.15
  • Practical inorganic chemistry. Insoluble substances--32.1
  • Precise nature of carriers of +ve ionization from hot bodies--22.2
  • Preface to Experiments on electron emission from hot bodies, by Sih Ling Ting--21.16
  • The present state of atomic physics--21.16-17, gf 5
  • Pring's experiments--21.16
  • Probability of bands by flukes--28.17
  • Problems of physics--22.1, gf 5
  • Projected researches--22.2
  • Question of homogeneity of β rays emitted by X-ray excitation--22.3
  • Quotations from Bosworth--13.8
  • R∞ from Hα and Dα--22.4
  • R.A.F. lecture--22.4
  • Radioactivity of ordinary materials and the heat of the earth--22.2
  • Ramachandra Rao--22.4
  • Ramachandra Rao's Ni 110 data--22.4
  • Rapport sur les phénomènes thermioniques--20.8
  • Recalculation of the general theory of chemical electron emission--22.6
  • Reconsideration of thermodynamic theory of photoelectric effect taking a more general case--22.5
  • Reduction of temperature variation--32.1
  • References to important papers on probability of excitation of an atom by electron impact of given velocity--22.5
  • Reflection of low velocity electrons by metals--31.5
  • Regarding Denisoff's note of Oct. 24, 1932--22.5
  • Regularities in the secondary spectrum of hydrogen, by O. W. Richardson and T. Tanaka--22.5
  • Relation between velocity of cathode rays producing X-rays and maximum velocity of the secondary rays liberated by the X-rays--22.2
  • Relations between V₀S--22.5
  • Remaining strong lines--22.5
  • Report on a fellowship dissertation submitted to Trinity College, Cambridge, by William James Coltart Orr--22.7
  • Report on A. D. Misener--22.7
  • Report on A. M. Crooker--22.7
  • Report on C. B. O. Mohr--22.7
  • Report on D. B. Deodhar--22.8
  • Report on D. P. R. Petrie--22.8
  • Report on Dr. F. C. Champion--22.8
  • Report on Dr. Rupp--22.8
  • Report on Emlyn Stephens--22.8
  • Report on Erik Rudberg--22.8
  • Report on experiments with three electrode devices with movable electrodes, by O. W. Richardson and F. S. Robertson--22.8
  • Report on F. H. Nicoll--22.8
  • Report on Francis Arthur Vick--22.8
  • Report on G. O. Langstroth--22.9
  • Report on G. S. Field--22.9
  • Report on H. A. Wilson--22.9
  • Report on J. C. McLennan--22.9
  • Report on J. D. McGee--22.9
  • Report on J. S. Marshall--22.9
  • Report on local centre for the examination of optical instruments, by O. W. Richardson and F. S. Robertson--22.9
  • Report on Massey's dissertation--22.10
  • Report on Mr. D's dissertation--22.10
  • Report on Mr. E. A. Stewardson--22.10
  • Report on Mr. J. W. Fisher--22.10
  • Report on Mr. John Farquharson--22.10
  • Report on Mr. W. D. Urry--22.10
  • Report on Mrs. Irena Gimpel--22.10
  • Report on paper by H. T. Flint--22.11
  • Report on R. C. L Bosworth--22.11
  • Report on research on wireless receivers, by O. W. Richardson and F. S. Robertson--22.11
  • Report on the D.Sc. thesis submitted by Mr. K. S. Krishnan--22.12
  • Report on the fellowship dissertation of Charles Frederick Sharman--22.12
  • Report on the thermionic emission from platinum in the presence of hydrogen--22.12
  • Report on thesis of S. Parthasarathy--22.12
  • Report on the thesis of I. Ramakrishna Rao M.A. submitted for the Ph.D. degree in the University of Calcutta--22.12
  • Report on the thesis on 'Molecular constitution of water in solutions as studied by the Raman Effect' presented by Mr. C. Sambasiva Rao for the Degree of Doctor of Science in the University of Madras--22.12
  • Report on the thesis submitted by D. B. Deodhar--22.12
  • Report on the thesis submitted by Gwyn Owen Stephens B.Sc. for the degree of Ph.D.--22.12
  • Report on the thesis submitted by Mr. K. H. Ramaswamy for the degree of M.Sc.--22.12
  • Report on the work of Mr. John Hugh Jones--22.12
  • Report on the work submitted by R. S. Krishnan for the degree of Doctor of Science of the University of Madras--22.12
  • Report on thesis by Sham Yanshamdas Khubchandani--22.12
  • Report on W. E. Duncanson--22.13
  • Report on work as a Yarrow Research Professor of the Royal Society since June 1934--22.13
  • Report on work as Yarrow Research Professor--22.13
  • Report to the Fellowship Electors, King's College, Cambridge--22.14
  • Report to the Senators of the University of Edinburgh on the thesis for the degree of D.Sc. submitted by Mr. S. R. Khastgir--22.14
  • Reports--22.15
  • Researches suggested by writing Thermionics for Radiophysik--31.5
  • The researches to which I am now devoting most energy concern…--22.16
  • Review: Electron emission and adsorption phenomena, by J. H. de Boer--22.17
  • Richardson's thermionic apparatus--22.18
  • Rollefson--22.19
  • Rotating electron: note--23.10
  • Roy's Speculations on elastic and metallic collisions between atoms, electrons and light quanta--22.20
  • The Royal Society's optical apparatus of high resolving power. Application for salary of an assistant--22.21
  • Rymer--22.22
  • Sandeman's Rydberg series--22.23
  • Sargent's classification--22.23
  • Schottky--22.24
  • Schottky's method--22.24
  • Schroedinger--22.24
  • Search for Dieke's perturbing state, by O. W. Richardson and A. A. Newbold--23.1
  • Search for new combinations--22.25
  • Search for the O¹ progression of λ4143--22.25
  • Search for 3p'πu--23.2
  • Secondary electrons from Ni crystal--22.25
  • Secondary H₂ spectrum--22.25
  • Secondary H₂ spectrum: Odds and Ends--23.3
  • The secondary hydrogen spectrum--22.25
  • Secondary ionization due to ϒ-rays from radium--22.2
  • Secondary ionization produced by the impact of positive ions on solids, by O. W. Richardson and C. Sheard--22.25
  • The secondary spectrum of hydrogen: lists of lines--23.4
  • Sep_____ intensity ratios (b/a) of 2p³πab from different lines--22.25
  • Sharman--23.5
  • Since my appointment as Yarrow research…--23.5
  • Sir Owen Richardson in proposing that the Research Programme for 1941-1942…--23.5
  • Sketch of researches on certain points relating to photoelectric action etc.--23.5
  • Skinner's Li levels--23.5
  • Slow electron reflection--23.5
  • Soft X-ray data--23.7
  • The soft X-ray levels of iron, cobalt, nickel and copper, by O. W. Richardson and F. C. Chalklin--23.7
  • Soft X-rays--23.7
  • Soft X-rays, by O. W. Richardson and S. Ramachandra Rao--23.7
  • Soft X-rays from crystal faces, by O. W. Richardson and Ursula Andrewes--23.7
  • Soft X-rays from gases at very low pressures--23.7
  • Solly and Jessie--23.6
  • Some calculations about the COCl₂ experiment--23.6
  • Some consequences of electromotive force--22.2
  • Some effects of admitting photoelectric absorption to be composite--23.6
  • Some failures of the old quantum theory--23.6
  • Some notes on Kar's paper which like the paper lead nowhere--23.6
  • Some notes on the continuation of Bhawalkar's experiments--23.6
  • Some observations on the excitation of helium spectra--23.6
  • Some short comments about the general theory of chemical electron emission--22.6
  • Some soft X-ray emission discontinuities for platinum, tungsten, gold, tantalum and mercury, by O. W. Richardson and S. C. Roy--23.8-9
  • Sommerfeld's theory of metallic conduction--23.6
  • Specific heat of solids: etc.--31.5
  • Spectroscopic excitation under simple conditions--23.10
  • The spectrum emitted by a carbon plate under electron bombardment, by O. W. Richardson and A. A. Newbold--23.10
  • The spectrum of H₂, by O. W. Richardson and P. M. Davidson--23.11, 24.1-6
  • The spectrum of H₂: The bands analogous to the ortho-helium line spectrum, by O. W. Richardson and K. Das (1929)--24.7-15
  • The spectrum of H₂: The bands analogous to the parhelium line spectrum, by O. W. Richardson and P. M. Davidson (1929)--25.1-11
  • The spectrum of H₂. Band ending on 2p³π--25.12
  • The spectrum of H₂. The bands ending on 2p³π levels, by O. W. Richardson and P. M. Davidson--25.13-22, 26.1-9
  • The spectrum of H₂ (the ordinary hydrogen molecule), by O. W. Richardson and T. B. Rymer (1934)--26.10-22, 27.1-2
  • The spectrum of H₂. The 3d¹Δ and 4d¹ levels, by O. W. Richardson and P. M. Davidson (1933)--27.3-8
  • The spectrum of H₂: Various notes--27.9-35, 28.1-9
  • Spectrum of ordinary hydrogen (H₂)--23.10
  • Speech at Cavendish Laboratory--28.10
  • Speech."At the outset I would like to express…"--28.10
  • Speech:"Mr. Chairman, ladies, gentlemen, and fellow scholars…"--28.10
  • Speech on relativity and thermionics--28.10
  • Speech to Physical Society (?)--28.10
  • Speech to the Physical Society introducing A. H. Compton--28.10
  • Speech:"Your Royal Highnesses, Your Excellencies, my lords, ladies…"--28.10
  • Spherical electrode--23.10
  • Spinning electrons--23.10
  • The stability of the molecules of (H₂)--28.11
  • Standard data for H₂ measurements, by E. W. Foster and O. W. Richardson--28.11
  • The striking and breaking potentials for electron discharges in hydrogen, by O. W. Richardson and T. Tanaka--28.11
  • Structure in the secondary hydrogen spectrum--28.12-13
  • Structure in the secondary spectrum of hydrogen--28.11, 28.14
  • The structure of the atom--28.15
  • Summary of plates with good standard comparisons--28.16
  • Sundry notes on H₂ and other band spectra--28.17
  • Supplementary measures on H₂. Plate 40, by E. W. Foster and O. W. Richardson--29.1
  • T. and D. lines in Deodhar's list from f.f. discharge--29.2
  • Tanaka--29.2
  • The test of the wave mechanics in molecular spectra and some recent developments in the spectrum of H₂--29.3
  • Testimonial for C. R. Dhodapkar--29.4
  • Testimonial for D. V. Gogate--29.4
  • Testimonial for Miss K. Leake--29.4
  • Testimonial for P. M. Davidson--29.4
  • Testimonial for R. K. Asundi--29.4
  • Theory of chemical action--29.5
  • Theory of COCl₂--29.5
  • Theory of electronic radiation--29.5
  • Theory of fine structure of Hα etc.--29.5
  • Theory of metallic conductors--31.7
  • Theory of normal leak--32.1
  • Theory of photoelectric action--29.5, 29.6
  • The theory of photoelectric and photochemical action--29.7
  • The theory of photoelectric phenomena--29.8
  • Theory of surface layer--29.5
  • Theory of valve containing gas--29.9
  • Theory of vibration structure--29.5
  • Thermionic emission and contact P.D.--29.10
  • Thermionic emission--29.11
  • Thermionic emission: Discussion--29.12
  • Thermionic emission from systems with multiple thresholds--29.10, 29.13
  • Thermionic phenomena and the laws which govern them--29.10
  • The thermionic work-functions and photo-electric thresholds of the alkali metals--29.14
  • Thermionics--29.5
  • Thermionics:"Thermionics is the branch of science which deals with…"--29.5
  • Thermodynamics at low temperatures--29.5
  • Thermodynamics of electron emission--29.5
  • Thickness of arresting layer--29.5
  • Thomson, J. J.'s theory of metallic conduction--29.5
  • Thomson's theory of metallic conduction--29.5
  • 3p¹Σ, by O. W. Richardson and A. A. Newbold--29.15
  • 3p¹Σ → 2s¹Σ, by O. W. Richardson and A. A. Newbold--29.15, 30.1
  • 3p¹Σ → 2s¹Σ at v¹=3, by O. W. Richardson and A. A. Newbold--29.15
  • 3p¹π → 2s¹Σ, by O. W. Richardson and A. A. Newbold--30.2-3
  • 3p¹π and 4p¹π → 2s¹Σ, by O. W. Richardson and A. A. Newbold--30.4
  • Ting's results. Summary of chief points--30.5
  • The trouble with b--30.6
  • Two lectures in Copenhagen--30.7
  • The ultra violet H₂ bands--30.8
  • Useful lines on plate--30.8
  • Values of E--30.8
  • Values of Ω (=Wi of Sommerfeld) and V (=Wa) of Frenkel--30.8
  • Valve method used by Bosworth for measuring photocurrents of the order of 10⁻¹¹ amp.--30.8
  • Variation of photoelectric emission with angle--22.2
  • Velocity and ionization of α particles--31.5
  • The velocity distribution curves for photoelectors--30.9
  • Velocity distribution for corpuscles emitted from hot metals--31.5
  • Venable--30.8
  • Verification of wave mechanics--30.10
  • Wave mechanics data--30.11
  • Weakened lines--30.12
  • The Wehnelt cathode in high vacuum, by O. W. Richardson, with note by F. Soddy--30.11
  • M. Wehrli has found a number of band systems e.g. Gal…--30.11
  • Weiss's theory etc.--30.11
  • Weizel--30.11
  • Werner and Lyman bands--30.11
  • West's letter of 13th June 1930--30.11
  • What the Nobel Prize has meant for me--30.13
  • Wheatstone Laboratory exhibit--30.13
  • Wilson's apparatus for determining e--30.13
  • Wilson's method of calculating work necessary for electron to escape--30.13
  • Wireless research, by O. W. Richardson, F. S. Robertson, and J. Nicol--31.1-4
  • Works notebooks--31.5-7, 32.1
  • Unidentified--32.2-10

Index of Correspondents

Note: This index includes the names of authors of letters and the folder locations of the letters from two series: Series III. Recipient (folders numbered from 36.10 to 59.17) contains letters written to O. W. Richardson, and Series IV. Miscellaneous (folders numbered from 59.18 to 105.32), which generally contains letters written to persons other than Richardson.

  • A. E. & C. F. Pridham & Scorer, Solicitors (London)--51.18
  • Abbott, H.--36.11
  • Aberdeen University Press--36.11
  • Abraham, Henri, 1868-1943--56.8
  • Abson, Wilfred, 1916- --36.11
  • Adam Hilger Ltd.--45.17
  • Adams, Edwin P. (Edwin Plimpton), 1878- --36.12, 61.13
  • Adams, Walter, 1906- --56.9
  • Addenbrooke, G. L.--36.11
  • Ahmad, Md. Nasur--36.11
  • Ahmad, Riaz, 1912- --36.13
  • Ainsley, C. B.--36.11
  • Akademische Verlagsgesellschaft (Leipzig, Germany)--36.14
  • Akbar, Khan, 1905- --36.15
  • Aldridge, William--36.11
  • Allen, Herbert Stanley, 1873- --36.16
  • Allen, Jessie Macturk--36.11
  • Allmand, Arthur John, 1885- --36.11
  • Alton. Urban District Council--36.11
  • American Association for the Advancement of Science--36.17
  • American Electrochemical Society--36.17
  • American Express Company--36.17
  • American Nobel Anniversary Committee--36.17
  • American Philosophical Society--36.17
  • American Physical Society--36.17
  • American Telephone and Telegraph Company--37.1
  • Anderson, Hugh Kerr, Sir--37.2
  • Anderson, John S. (John Spence), 1888- --37.2
  • Andhra University--37.3
  • Andhra University--37.3
  • Andrade, E. N. da C. (Edward Neville da Costa), 1887-1971--37.4
  • Andrewes, Frederick W. (Frederick William), 1859-1932--37.2
  • Andrewes, Ursula--37.5
  • Anglo-Batavian Society--37.2
  • Anglo-Belgian Union--37.2
  • Anglo-Persian Oil Company--37.2
  • Anglo-Swedish Society--37.2
  • Annamalai University--37.2
  • Apparao, Vissa, 1884-1966--37.7
  • Appleton, Edward Victor, Sir, 1892-1965--37.7
  • Apt, Alice, 1910- --37.6
  • Arguile, Raymond Darrel--37.6
  • Army & Navy Stores Limited--37.6, 62.5
  • Arnham, Nils--37.6
  • Arnold, Harold De Forest, 1883-1933--37.6
  • Ashford, Cyril Ernest, Sir, 1867- --37.6
  • Ashworth, James Hartley, 1874-1936--54.18
  • Association of University Teachers (Great Britain)--37.6, 62.5
  • Asten, F. Walter--37.6
  • Asundi, R. K.--37.6
  • Athenæum Club (London, England)--37.6
  • Atkinson, Stanley B. (Stanley Bean)--37.6
  • Ausländer, Josef S., 1911- --37.6
  • Automatic Telephone Manufacturing Co., Ltd.--37.6
  • Ayres, T. L. Rosgyll--37.6
  • Ayyar, C. S. Venkateswara, 1905- --49.13
  • Ayyar, K. H. Ramaswamy--49.13
  • Ayyar, S. Harihara, 1905- --49.13
  • Backen, F. J.--37.8
  • Baedeker, Karl, 1877-1914--37.8
  • Bagshaw, Walter--37.8
  • Bailey, Kenneth Hamilton, Sir, 1898- --37.8
  • Baillie, Helena James--37.8
  • Baillie, J. B. (James Black), Sir, 1872-1940--37.8
  • Baines, Annie M.--37.8
  • Baines, Edith--37.8
  • Baines, Gilbert--37.8
  • Baines, Helen--37.8
  • Bairstow, Leonard, 1880- --53.13
  • Baker, Will C.--37.8
  • Balcombe, F. J.--37.8
  • Ball, W. W. Rouse (Walter William Rouse), 1850-1925--37.8
  • Banco di Roma--37.8
  • Bandopadhyaya, Golak Behary--37.9
  • Banerjee, H. M.--37.8
  • Banerjee, Kedareswar--39.11
  • Barclay Smith, C.--37.8
  • Barclays Bank--37.8
  • Barger, George, 1878-1939--37.8
  • Barker, Ernest F. (Ernest Franklin), 1886-1970--37.8
  • Barkla, C. G. (Charles Glover), 1877-1944--37.10
  • Barnard, Eric--42.10-11
  • Barnes, H. T.--37.8
  • Barnett, Samuel Jackson, 1873- --37.8, 63.10
  • Bartlett, Russell Sturgis--37.11
  • Barton, Edwin Henry, 1858- --37.8
  • Bates, L. F. (Leslie Fleetwood)--37.8
  • Batley Grammar School (Batley, England)--37.12
  • Bauer, L. A. (Louis Agricola), 1865-1932--37.8
  • Baugham, D. H.--37.8
  • Bazzoni, Charles B. (Charles Blizard), 1886- --37.13
  • Beacall, T.--38.1
  • Beatty, Richard Thomas, 1882-1941--38.1
  • Becker, J. A. (Joseph Adam), 1897- --38.1
  • Bedell, Frederick, 1868- --38.1
  • Bedford College--38.1
  • Bedford College Physical Society--63.10
  • Bedford, Thomas George--38.1
  • Beevers, Cecil Arnold--38.1?
  • Bell System Technical Journal--38.1
  • Bell, Whitfield J. (Whitfield Jenks)--38.1
  • Benedicks, Carl Axel Fredrik, 1875- --38.1
  • Benham, Wilfrid Earnshaw--38.1
  • Bennet, Andrew--55.5
  • Bennie, N. C.--38.1
  • Benstead, A. S.--38.1
  • Berkowitz, Walter J.--38.1
  • Berkowitz, William J.--38.1
  • Berlovitch, Moise--38.1
  • Berthier, Auguste Michel Edouard, 1865- --38.1
  • Beutler, Hans, 1896-1942--38.2
  • Bevan, P. V.--38.1
  • Bezwada, _____--38.1
  • Bhabha, Homi Jehangir, 1909-1966--54.6
  • Bhat, K. S.--36.15
  • Bhatnagar, Shanti Swarupa, Sir, 1894-1955--38.3
  • Bhawalkar, Devidas Raghunath, 1908- --38.4
  • Biddulph, Rawlins & Co., Ltd.--38.5, 63.10
  • Birge, Raymond T. (Raymond Thayer), 1887- --38.6, 64.32
  • Birkbeck, Yeo & Co.--38.5
  • Birmingham, E. W.--38.5
  • Bisschop, W. R., 1866-1944--38.5, 98.5
  • Black, Stanley--38.7
  • Blackett, P. M. S. (Patrick Maynard Stuart), Baron Blackett, 1897-1974--38.7
  • Blakelly, Tamara--38.7
  • Bodenstein, Max, 1871-1942--38.8
  • Boeke, Jan, 1874- --38.8
  • Bohr, Margrethe Nørlund--38.8, 65.2
  • Bohr, Niels, 1885-1962--38.9, 65.3
  • Bol, _____--38.8
  • Bond, Muriel--38.8
  • Bookbinders' Co-operative Society, Ltd.--38.8
  • Borel, Charles--38.8
  • Born, Max, 1882-1970--38.8
  • Bose, A. M.--38.8
  • Bowen, F. C.--38.8
  • Bowen, J. E.--38.8, 63.10
  • Bowman, Archibald Allan, 1883-1936--38.8
  • Boyce, Joseph Canon, 1903-1983--38.8
  • Boyce, Mary Lose--63.10
  • Boyd, H. R.--38.8
  • Bradford Technical College (Bradford, West Yorkshire, England)--38.10
  • Bragg, William Henry, 1862-1942--38.11
  • Bragg, William Lawrence, Sir, 1890-1971--38.12
  • Brahmachari, Upendra Nath--38.10
  • Brander, W. B.--38.10
  • Bridge, John--38.13
  • Bridgman, P. W. (Percy Williams), 1882-1961--39.1
  • Brinkworth, John Hancock, 1881- --38.13
  • British Association for the Advancement of Science--39.2
  • British Cotton Industry Research Association--38.13
  • British Council--38.13
  • British Electrical and Allied Industries Research Association--38.13
  • British Federation of University Women--38.13
  • British Scientific Instrument Research Association--38.13
  • British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd.--38.13
  • Brodetsky, Selig, 1888-1954--38.13
  • Brodsky, G.--38.13
  • Brodtman, A. G.--38.13
  • Broglie, Maurice de, 1875-1960--39.3
  • Brooke, A. S.--38.13
  • Brooks, Henry Jamyn--38.13
  • Brotherton, M. (Manfred)--39.4
  • Broughall, Lawrence St. C.--39.5
  • Brown, F. C. (Fay Cluff), 1881-1968--39.6
  • Brown, O. F.--38.13
  • Bruce, Herbert--38.13
  • Bruin, Take Luite de, 1895- --38.13
  • Brunsviga Calculator Co.--38.13
  • Brunton, John Dixon--39.7
  • Brunton, Nell--39.7
  • Bryan, Andrew Bonnell, 1897- --38.13
  • Bryan, G. B.--38.13
  • Buchhandlung Gustav Fock--39.8
  • Buckley, Oliver Ellsworth, 1887- --39.8
  • Bull, Cabot Seaton--39.8
  • Bullough, M. M--63.10
  • Bumstead, Henry Andrews, 1870-1920--39.9
  • Bureau international des poids et mesures, Paris--39.8
  • Burgess, H.--39.8
  • Burling, L. A.--39.8
  • Burman, A. R.--39.8
  • Burrows, F. W.--39.8
  • Burrows, Jane--39.8
  • Burrows, Nellie--39.8
  • Burrows, Ronald M. (Ronald Montagu), 1867-1920--39.8
  • Burrows, William J.--39.10
  • Burton, E. F. (Eli Franklin), 1879- --39.8
  • Burton, Frank--39.8
  • Bushe, Erasmus--39.8
  • Butchart, H. J--63.10
  • Butkow, K.--39.8
  • Butler, K. M. G.--39.8
  • Buttrick, F. A.--33.15
  • C. Schniewindt KG (Neuenrade)--55.8
  • Cady, Walter G. (Walter Guyton), 1874-1974--39.11
  • Calculating and Statistical Service--39.11
  • Calvert, Jack--39.11
  • Cambridge Philosophical Society--39.11
  • Cambridge Scientific Instrument Company--39.11
  • Cambridge University Press--39.12
  • Cambridgeshire Education Committee--39.11
  • Campagnia Italiana Turismo--40.3
  • Campbell, _____--39.11
  • Campetti, Adolfo, 1866-1947--39.11
  • Campoamor, Josefina--39.11
  • Canada. Patent Office--67.4
  • Canfield, Robert Hawthorne, 1894- --46.13
  • Capps, Edward, 1866-1950--39.11
  • Capstick, J. W. (John Walton), 1858- --39.11
  • Carlo, Antonaglio--39.11
  • Carman, A. P. (Albert Pruden), 1861-1946--39.11
  • Carpenter, Henry Cort Harold, 1875-1940--39.11
  • Carse, G. A. (George Alexander)--39.11
  • Cassel, E. J.--39.11
  • Cavendish Dinner Committee--39.11
  • Cavendish Laboratory (Cambridge, England)--39.12
  • Cavendish Physical Society--39.11
  • Cavendish Society, London--39.11
  • Celebrazione del Secondo Centenario della Nascita di Luigi Galvani--39.13
  • Chadwick, James, 1891-1974--39.13
  • Chalk, M. Laura--39.14
  • Chalklin, F. C. (Francis Cecil), 1902-1954--39.15
  • Chalklin, L.--39.13
  • Champion, F. C. (Frank Clive)--39.13
  • Chandlee & Chandlee, Attorneys (Washington, D.C.)--39.16
  • Chapman, Edna W.--39.13
  • Chapman, Sydney, 1888-1970--39.13
  • Chattock, Arthur Prince--39.13
  • Chaudhuri, Rabindranath--39.13
  • Chemical and Physical Society (University College, London)--57.19
  • Chemical Society (Great Britain)--39.13
  • Cherwell, Frederick Alexander Lindemann, Viscount, 1886-1957--48.8, 81.1
  • Cheshire, H. B. G.--39.13
  • Chettle, H.--39.13
  • Chhabra, B. D.--36.13
  • Childs, W. H. J. (William Harold Joseph)--40.1
  • Chinese Physical Society--39.13
  • Chree, Charles, 1860-1928--39.13
  • Christ's College (University of Cambridge)--39.12
  • Christian Evidence Society--39.13
  • Clare College (University of Cambridge)--39.12
  • Clark, Hugh--40.2
  • Clerk Maxwell Celebration--40.2
  • Coblentz, William W. (William Weber), 1873-1962--40.3
  • Cockcroft, John, Sir, 1897-1967--40.3
  • Colbie, I. N.--40.3
  • Cole, Ashley T.--40.3
  • Collier, Vincent--40.3, 90.1
  • Comitato Voltiano--40.3
  • Comité du Centenaire d'André-Marie Ampère--40.3
  • Commissione per i Congressi Scientifici--40.4
  • Committee for Organizing the VIth Conference of Physicists of U.S.S.R--40.3
  • Compton, Arthur Holly, 1892-1962--40.3, 40.5
  • Compton, K. T. (Karl Taylor), 1887-1954--40.6
  • Condon, Edward Uhler, 1902-1974--40.3
  • Congdon, J. F.--40.3
  • Congrès International d'Electricité de 1932--40.7
  • Congresso internazionale dei fisici (1927 : Como, Italy, etc.)--40.3
  • Conjoint Board of Scientific Societies--40.3
  • Cooke, H. L.--40.8
  • Cooper, W. R. (William Ranson), 1868- --40.3
  • Corlier, J.--40.3
  • Corpus Christi College (University of Cambridge)--39.12
  • Coster, Dirk, 1889-1950--40.3
  • Coulson, C. A. (Charles Alfred), 1910-1974--40.3
  • Coward, H. F. (Hubert Frank)--42.5, 71.19
  • Crackston, J. Edgar--40.9
  • Crane, Eva--58.16
  • Crease, S .H.--40.9
  • Creasey, Arthur--40.9
  • Crew, Henry, 1859-1953--40.9
  • Crittenden, E. C. (Eugene Casson), 1880- --40.9
  • Crombie and Dalziel, Patent Brokers (London)--40.9
  • Crommelin, Claude August, 1878- --40.9
  • Crooker, Arthur Mervyn--40.9
  • Crow, G.--69.5
  • Crowther, Charles, 1876- --40.9
  • Crowther, James Arnold, 1883- --40.9
  • Crowther, P. S.--40.9
  • Cullingworth, Elizabeth--40.10
  • Cullis, Winifred--40.10
  • Cummings, Christobel--40.10
  • Cunningham, Ebenezer--40.10
  • Cunningham, William--40.10
  • Curtis, Grace--69.7
  • Curtis, William Edward, 1889- --40.11
  • Cushing, Harvey, 1869-1939--40.10
  • Cuthbertson, Clive, 1863-1943--40.10
  • Czerny, Marianus, 1896- --38.10
  • Dale, Henry H. (Henry Hallett), 1875-1968--40.12
  • Dampier, William Cecil Dampier, Sir, 1867-1952--58.12
  • Darling, Charles R. (Charles Robert), 1870- --40.12
  • Darrow, Karl K. (Karl Kelchner), 1891- --40.13
  • Darwin, Charles Galton, Sir, 1887-1962--40.14
  • Das, Kusumeshu--40.15
  • David, W. T.--40.12
  • Davidson, C. (Charles), 1875-1970--54.5
  • Davidson, Percy Maurice, 1902- --40.16-17, 41.1-5
  • Davies, A. C. (Arthur Cyril)--41.6, 69.22
  • Davies, Letitia Pulley, 1905- --40.12
  • Davies, W.--40.12
  • Davis, Bergen, 1869-1958--40.12
  • Davisson, Charlotte Sara Richardson--41.7-10, 41.14-15
  • Davisson, Clinton Joseph, 1881-1958--41.11-15
  • Davisson, James Willans, 1914- --41.16-17
  • Davisson, Owen--41.16
  • Day, Herbert--40.12
  • Dean, H. R.--41.18
  • Debye, Peter J. W. (Peter Josef William), 1884-1966--41.18-19
  • Dehalu, Marcel--38.10
  • Deighton, Bell, and Co.--42.1
  • Dell, Richard C.--41.18
  • Deller, Benjamin R.--41.18
  • Deller, Edwin, 1883- --41.18
  • Dendy, Arthur, 1865-1925--41.18
  • Denisoff, Alexander Konstantinovitch, 1905- --42.2, 70.13
  • Dennett, William S.--41.18
  • Dennis, J. Irene--51.13-14
  • Deodhar, Dhundiraj Bhaskar, 1891- --42.3, 71.6
  • Deodhar, Ganesh Bhaskar--42.4
  • Dershem, Elmer, 1881-1965--72.5
  • Deutsche Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin--41.18
  • Deutscher Normenausschuss. Ausschuss fur Einheiten und Formelgrossen--37.6
  • Dewsbury (England)--42.13
  • Dhodapkar, C. R.--42.15
  • Dhole, M. K.--42.14
  • Diamond, W. Ed. B.--54.2-3
  • Dictionary of Applied Physics--42.16
  • Dieke, Gerhard Heinrich, 1901-1965--42.17
  • Dillon, Teresa Joseph--42.16
  • Dingle, Herbert, 1890-1978--42.16
  • Dirac, P. A. M. (Paul Adrien Maurice), 1902-1984--54.8
  • Ditto, Raymond Clyde, 1880- --42.16
  • Dixon, George--42.16
  • Dixon, Hilda E. R., 1879- --42.16
  • Dixon, J.--43.1
  • Dixon, John D.--42.16
  • Dixon, Oscar--43.2, 72.15
  • Dixon, Peter Willans--42.16
  • Dobson, G. M. B. (Gordon Miller Bourne), 1889-1976--43.3
  • Dockland Settlements--43.3
  • Dolman & Pearce, Auctioneers (London)--43.3
  • Donaldson, David H.--72.15
  • Donnan, F. G. (Frederick George), 1870-1956--43.3
  • Downing College (University of Cambridge)--39.12
  • Drackenberg, John--43.4
  • Drew, Edwin--56.18
  • Drinkwater, John W.--43.5
  • Duane, William, 1872-1935--43.6
  • Duesberg, Jules, 1881-1947--38.10
  • Duffield, W. G.--43.7
  • Dufton, Arthur Felix--43.6
  • Dunstan, R.--43.6
  • Dunstan, S. Gordon--43.6
  • Durack, J. J.--43.6
  • Duschinsky, Fritz, 1907-1942--38.10
  • Dye, D.--51.12
  • Dymond, Edmund Gilbert--39.12
  • Dyson, Frank Watson, 1868-1939--43.8
  • Eagle Manufacturing Co.--43.9
  • Eccles, W. H. (William Henry), 1875-1966--43.9
  • Eddington, Arthur Stanley, Sir, 1882-1944--43.10
  • Edwards, _____--43.9
  • Edwards, Frederick D.--43.9
  • Edwards, I.--43.9
  • Egerton, Alfred Charles Glyn, Sir, 1886-1959--43.9
  • Egyptian Education Office--43.9, 74.4
  • Egyptian University--43.9
  • Ehrenfest, Paul, 1880-1933--43.11
  • Ehrenhaft, Amy--43.11
  • Ehrenhaft, Felix, 1879-1952--43.12, 74.7-17
  • Einstein, Albert, 1879-1955--38.8
  • Eisenstaedt, Alfred--43.11
  • El-Sherbini, Mahmoud Ahmed, 1909- --43.14, 74.23-24
  • Ellery, Edward, 1868- --43.11
  • Elliott, Thomas Renton, 1877- --43.11
  • Ellis, C. D. (Charles Drummond), 1895-1980--43.13
  • Ellis, Carleton, 1876-1941--43.11
  • Ellis, Polly--43.13
  • Encyclopaedia Britannica--43.16
  • Engineering: An Illustrated Weekly Journal--75.1
  • Epp, Mary E. de R.--43.11
  • Epstein, Paul S. (Paul Sophus), 1883-1966--43.11
  • Evans, E. J.--43.11
  • Evans, J. G.--42.11-12
  • Evans, W. M.--43.11
  • Eve, A. S. (Arthur Stewart), 1862-1948--43.11
  • Everett, Edgcumbe & Co., Ltd.--75.1
  • Evershed and Vignoles (London)--43.11, 75.1
  • Ewing, Lady--43.11
  • F. W. le Tall, A. S. Cachemaille, Chartered Patent Agents (London)--57.3, 101.9
  • Fabry, Charles, 1867-1945--43.17
  • Faraday Society--43.18
  • Farkas, L. (Ladislaus), 1904-1948--43.17
  • Farman, N. B.--43.17
  • Farran & Robertson (Misses)--43.17
  • Fayer, _____--43.17
  • Fearn, W. B.--43.17
  • Fearnley, R. H.--57.17
  • Feather, N. (Norman)--43.17
  • Felton, C. F.--43.17
  • Ferguson, Allan, 1880-1951--43.19
  • Ferguson Bequest Fund--43.17
  • Fermi, Enrico, 1901-1954--36.11
  • Field Roscoe & Co.--41.11
  • Filon, L. N. G. (Louis Napoleon George), 1875- --44.2
  • Finch, George Ingel, Mrs--44.1
  • Findley, Paul Bruce--44.1
  • Fine, Henry B. (Henry Burchard), 1858-1928--44.1
  • Finkelnburg, Wolfgang, 1905- --44.1
  • Firth, F. R.--44.1, 75.9
  • Fisher, _____--44.1
  • Fisher, J. D.--44.1
  • Fisher, Joseph William--44.1
  • Fisher, Knight & Co., Ltd.--44.1
  • Fitzpatrick, T. C. (Thomas Cecil), 1861- --44.1
  • Fleetway Press, Ltd.--44.1
  • Fleming, A. P. M. (Arthur Percy Morris), 1881-1960--44.1
  • Fleming, J. A. (John Ambrose), Sir, 1849-1945--44.3
  • Flint, H. T. (Henry Thomas), 1890-1971--44.4
  • Folk, George E. (George Ernest)--44.5, 75.29
  • Fondazione Alessandro Volta--36.11
  • Forschungen und Fortschritte--44.5
  • Forsyth, H.--44.5
  • Foster, _____--44.5
  • Foster, Doris--75.28
  • Foster, E. W.--44.6, 75.28
  • Foster, G. C. (George Carey), 1835-1919--44.5
  • Foster, John Stuart--44.7
  • Foster, William--44.5
  • Fowler, A. (Alfred), 1868-1940--44.8
  • Fowler, R. H. (Ralph Howard), 1889-1944--44.9
  • Fox, J. J. (John Jacob), 1874- --44.5
  • France. Ministère de l'éducation nationale--44.10
  • Frank, Lorenz--75.28
  • Frankland, William Barrett, 1875- --44.10
  • Franklin Institute (Philadelphia, Pa.)--44.10
  • Fraser, Ronald--44.10
  • Frazer, James George, 1854-1941--44.10
  • Freedman, Paul--44.11
  • Freeth, F. A. (Francis Arthur), 1884- --44.10
  • French Institute (London, England)--46.5
  • Fried, Henry--44.10
  • Friedrich, Walter, 1883-1968--44.10
  • Fukuda, Tamotsu, 1923- --44.10
  • Fulcher, Gordon S. (Gordon Scott), 1884- --44.10
  • Gaede, Wolfgang, 1878-1945--44.12
  • Gale, Henry Gordon, 1874-1942--44.12
  • Galloway & Porter, Ltd.--44.12
  • Gamow, George, 1904-1968--44.12
  • Gander, R. D.--44.12
  • Garber, Alvin J.--44.12
  • Gates, R. Ruggles (Reginald Ruggles), 1882-1962--44.12
  • Gati, Bela--44.12
  • Gaunt, R.--76.9
  • Gauntlett, John M.--44.12
  • Gauthier, R.--44.12
  • Gaydon, A. G. (Alfred Gordon)--44.12
  • Geiger, Hans, 1882- --51.14
  • General Accident (Firm)--44.12
  • General Electric Company. Research Laboratory--44.13, 76.17
  • General Motors Corporation--44.12
  • General Press Cutting Association, Ltd.--44.12
  • George Bell & Sons--38.1
  • George G. Harrap & Co.--45.7
  • Ghigi, Alessandro, 1875- --53.6
  • Ghosh, Ajoy, 1909-1962--44.14
  • Gibson, J. E.--44.14
  • Gilbert, H. W.--44.14
  • Gill, E. W. D.--44.14
  • Gill, F.--44.14
  • Gill, Jennings, & Every-Clayton, Chartered Patent Agents (London)--44.14
  • Gill, Roland--76.9
  • Gimpel, Irena--44.15
  • Glagolev, M.--44.14
  • Glazebrook, Richard, 1854-1935--44.16
  • Glockler, George, 1890-1969--44.14
  • Goddard, Robert Hutchings, 1882-1945--44.14, 76.28
  • Godsall, Herbert--44.14
  • Gogate, D. V.--44.17
  • Golden Syndicate Publishing Company--44.14
  • Goodbody & Company--44.14
  • Goodchild, C.--44.14
  • Goodeve, Charles Frederick, Sir, 1904- --76.28
  • Goodlet, B. L. (Brian Laidlaw), 1903-1961--40.2, 56.11
  • Gordon, H. T.--44.14
  • Goshawk, E. R.--44.14
  • Gossling, B. S.--44.18
  • Gottlieb Gistel & Cie.--44.14
  • Gough, A.--44.14
  • Gowans, J. L.--44.14
  • Gray, Francis William, 1874- --45.1
  • Gray, John--45.1
  • Great Britain. Admiralty--45.3
  • Great Britain. Admiralty. Department of Scientific Research and Experiment--41.18
  • Great Britain. Air Ministry--45.2
  • Great Britain. Air Raid Precautions Department--44.14, 76.32
  • Great Britain. Army. Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment)--52.20
  • Great Britain. Board of Invention and Research--45.4
  • Great Britain. Board of Ordnance--45.2
  • Great Britain. Board of Trade--76.32
  • Great Britain. Department of Scientific and Industrial Research--42.5-12, 71.16-19
  • Great Britain. Home Guard--76.32
  • Great Britain. Home Office--45.2
  • Great Britain. Inspector of Taxes--45.2
  • Great Britain. Ministry of Munitions--45.2
  • Great Britain. Ministry of Supply--45.2
  • Great Britain. Office of the High Commissioner for India--45.5, 77.2
  • Great Britain. Patent Office--45.2
  • Great Britain. Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851--53.3-4, 92.13-92.15, 93.1-6, 94.1-5, 95.1
  • Great Britain. Signals Experimental Establishment--76.32
  • Great Britain. Treasury--45.2
  • Great Britain. War Office--45.2, 76.32
  • Green & Edwards, Ltd.--45.1
  • Greenwood, Gilbert--45.1
  • Greenwood, Gladys M.--45.1
  • Greenwood, Major, 1880-1949--54.5
  • Gregory, G. H.--45.1
  • Gregory, Richard, Sir, 1864-1952--45.1
  • Griffiths, Ezer, 1888- --77.8
  • Grimmett, Leonard George --45.6
  • Guild, John--51.10-11
  • Gurtler, Josef--45.1
  • Guy, Henry Lewis, Sir, 1887-1956--45.1
  • Guye, Charles Eugene, 1866- --45.1
  • H. T. Carey & Co.--39.11, 67.5
  • Haas, Wander Johannes de, 1878-1960--45.7
  • Hadow, W. H. (William Henry), 1859-1937--77.14
  • Hales, J. F.--45.7
  • Hall, B. M.--77.14
  • Hall, Edwin Herbert, 1855-1938--45.7
  • Hall, Wilfred--45.8
  • Hallatt, H. W.--45.7
  • Hallett, L. E.--51.12-13
  • Halliburton, W. D. (William Dobinson), 1860-1931--45.7
  • Halliday, W. R. (William Reginald), 1886-1966--45.9
  • Hallowes & Carter (London)--45.7
  • Halls, Frederick A.--45.10
  • Hampstead General and North-West London Hospital--45.7
  • Hampstead (London, England)--45.7
  • Hampstead (London, England). Public Health Department--45.7
  • Hampstead Scientific Society--45.7
  • Hanawalt, Joseph Donald, 1902- --45.7
  • Hanson, E. K.--45.7
  • Harden, Arthur, 1865-1940--45.7
  • Harding, D. A.--45.11
  • Hardy, W. B. (William Bate), Sir, 1864-1934--53.7
  • Hargreaves, F. Buckley--45.7
  • Hark, T.--45.7
  • Harker, Alfred, 1859-1939--45.7
  • Harker, John Allen, 1870- --45.7
  • Harley, H. S.--45.7
  • Harnack, Gustav--45.7
  • Harnon, J. W.--45.7
  • Harold C. Shipman & Co--55.12
  • Harris, J. E.--77.14
  • Harrison, E.--45.7
  • Harrison, Robert--53.7
  • Harrison, T. H.--45.12
  • Hartley, Harold, 1878-1972--45.7
  • Hartog, Philip, Sir, 1864-1947--45.7
  • Hartree, Douglas R. (Douglas Rayner), 1897-1958--45.7
  • Haslam, Robert Newman Hoyles, 1909- --77.32
  • Hasse, Henry Ronald, 1884- --45.7
  • Havelock, Thomas, Sir, 1877-1968--45.13
  • Hawkins, William F.--45.7
  • Heath, H. F. (Henry Frank), Sir, 1863-1946--42.5-7, 71.17
  • Heath, W.--45.14
  • Heathcote, Niels H. de V. (Niels Hugh de Vaudrey)--45.14
  • Heaton, William H.--45.14
  • Hebrew University (Jerusalem)--45.14
  • Hedges, J. J.--51.12
  • Hedley, W. W.--45.14
  • Hein, F. K.--45.14
  • Heinemann (Firm)--45.14
  • Heisenberg, Werner, 1901-1976--45.15
  • Heitler, Walter, 1904-1981--45.14
  • Hele, Thomas Shirley, 1881- --45.14
  • Henderson, W. Craig--45.14
  • Henri, Victor, 1872-1940--38.10
  • Herroun, Ed. F.--45.14
  • Herzberg, Gerhard, 1904-1999--45.14
  • Hetherington, A. L. (Arthur Lonsdale), 1881-1960--42.5, 42.12, 71.16
  • Hetherington, H. J. W. (Hector James Wright), 1888- --45.14
  • Hettinger, John, 1880- --45.14
  • Hewitt, Sissie--45.14
  • Hibben, John Grier, 1861-1933--45.16
  • Hill, A. V. (Archibald Vivian), 1886-1977--45.16
  • Hiller, F.--45.16
  • Hilton, Harold, 1876- --46.1
  • Hinks, Arthur R. (Arthur Robert), 1873-1945--54.5
  • Hirschwaldsche Buchhandlung--78.13
  • Hoblyn, John Bright--46.1
  • Hodgson, Benjamin--46.1
  • Hodgson, Herbert H. (Herbert Henry)--46.1
  • Hoffmann-de Visme, Rene, Mme.--51.6
  • Holden, Margaret Ormrod--46.1
  • Holden, Thomas A.--46.1
  • Holliday, E.--78.17
  • Holtsmark, Johan, 1894- --46.1
  • Honda, K.--45.16
  • Hooker, R. H.--46.1
  • Hopkins, Frederick Gowland, Sir, 1861-1947--46.1
  • Hopwood, Frank Lloyd, 1884- --46.1
  • Hori, Takeo, 1899- --46.1
  • Horiu, H.--46.1
  • Horn, H. F.--46.1
  • Hort, W. P.--46.1
  • Horton, Frank, 1878-1957--46.2
  • Hoshiai, Masaharu--46.1
  • Housman, Jane--46.1
  • Howarth, O. J. R. (Osbert John Radcliffe), 1877-1954--65.22
  • Howe, G. W. O.--46.1
  • Hsueh, Chao Wang, 1909- --46.3
  • Hughes, A. H.--46.3
  • Hughs, Hugh--46.3
  • Hume, Charles Westley, 1886- --46.3
  • Hume-Rothery, William, 1899- --46.4
  • Humphreys, A. W., 1879- --46.3
  • Hunter, W.--46.3
  • Hutchinson, A. (Arthur), 1866- --38.8, 46.3
  • Hutshen, Erik--46.3
  • Huxley, Julian, 1887-1975--46.3
  • Hyman, Hugh M.--38.6
  • Ikebe, T.--46.5
  • Ilford Limited--46.5
  • Illuminating Engineering Society--46.5
  • Imanishi, Sunao, 1899-1969--46.5
  • Imperial Bank of India--46.5
  • Imperial College of Science and Technology--46.5
  • Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore--46.5
  • Ingold, Christopher, Sir, 1893- --46.5
  • Institut Curie--46.5
  • Institut international de physique Solvay--46.6, 79.11-12
  • Institut national de la propriété industrielle (France)--76.2
  • Institute of Chemistry of Great Britain and Ireland--46.5
  • Institute of Physics (Great Britain)--46.7
  • Institutet for metallforskning (Sweden)--49.18
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers--46.8, 79.7
  • International Committee for the Unity and Universality of Culture--46.5
  • International Conference on Physics--46.5
  • International Institute of Intellectual Co-operation--48.3
  • International Peace Campaign--46.5, 52.5
  • Ioffe, A. F. (Abram Fedorovich), 1880-1960--46.10
  • Irvine, James Colquhoun, Sir, 1877-1952--46.5
  • Ito, Yoji, 1901-1955--46.5
  • Ives, Herbert Eugene, 1882-1953--46.9
  • Ives, James Edmund, 1865- --46.5
  • J. & A. Churchill--39.13
  • J. Jackson & Sons--46.10
  • J. Russell & Sons--54.19
  • J. Stanney & Co.--56.14
  • Jackson, Amy, Lady (wife of Sir Herbert Jackson)--46.10, 79.14
  • Jaeger, F. M. (Francis Mauritius), 1877- --46.10
  • Jaffe, George, 1880- --46.10
  • Jakob, Max, 1879-1955--46.10
  • James, Hubert Maxwell, 1908- --46.10
  • Jameson, Alexander Hope, 1874-1937--46.10
  • Jeans, C. M.--79.14
  • Jeans, James, 1877-1946--46.11-13, 47.1-5, 79.18
  • Jefferson, H.--46.10
  • Jeffery, G. B. (George Barker), 1891- --46.10
  • Jevons, Wilfred--46.10
  • Johnson, B. W.--79.14
  • Johnson, Herman--46.10
  • Johnson, J.--56.4
  • Johnson, Martin, 1896-1983--47.6
  • Johnson, Raynor Carey--47.7, 79.25
  • Joint War Organisation--38.13
  • Joliot-Curie, Frederic--47.6
  • Joliot-Curie, Irene, 1897-1956--47.6
  • Jones, A. S.--47.6
  • Jones, Edward Taylor, 1872- --47.6
  • Jones, H. Spencer (Harold Spencer), 1890-1960--47.6
  • Jones, Humphrey Owen, 1878-1912--47.9
  • Jones, J. Herbert--47.8
  • Jones, L.--47.6
  • Junk, Victor, 1875-1948--47.6
  • Kamerlingh Onnes, Heike, 1853-1926--47.10
  • Kannappan Naicker, T. R., 1905- --47.10
  • Kapitsa, P. L. (Petr Leonidovich), 1894-1984--47.11
  • Kastor, Robert--47.10
  • Katz, Ernst Fritz--47.10
  • Kaye, G. W. C. (George William Clarkson), 1880-1941--47.10
  • Kaye, J. R.--47.10
  • Kecskemeti, L.--47.10
  • Keesom, W. H. (Willem Hendrik), 1876- --47.12
  • Kellner, L.--38.10
  • Kendall, James, 1889-1978--54.18
  • Kendrick, John F.--47.10
  • Kent, Atwater, 1873-1949--47.10
  • Kenyon, Vera G.--47.10
  • Khan, Hasham--47.10
  • Khan, S. M. A.--47.10
  • Khastgir, S. R. (Satis Ranjan), 1898-1973--47.10
  • Kichlu, P. K.--47.13
  • Kilburn, _____--47.13
  • Kilowatt Publishing Co., Ltd.--47.13
  • Kilroe, Mary S. H.--47.13
  • Kimball, William Scribner--47.13
  • Kimura, M.--47.13
  • King, Albert Wilson--47.13
  • King, R. W.--47.13
  • King's College London--48.15-20, 49.1-2, 82.5, 82.7
  • King's College (University of Cambridge)--39.12
  • Kingsford, Dan P.--47.13
  • Kirby, A. H.--47.13
  • Kleeman, Richard D. (Richard Daniel)--47.14
  • Knudsen, Martin, 1871- --47.15
  • Komitee Zur Veranstaltung von Gastvortragen Auslandischer Gelehrter der Exakten Wissenschaften--47.16
  • Kramers, Hendrik Anthony, 1894-1952--80.12
  • Kraus, Georg--47.16
  • Krishnan, Kariamanikkam Srinivasa, 1898-1961--49.13
  • Krishnan, P. A. Gopala, 1909- --37.7
  • Kroepelin, Hans--44.13
  • Kronig, R. (Ralph), 1904- --47.16
  • Kruiger, F.--47.16
  • Kunsman, C. H. (Charles Henry), 1890- --47.16
  • Kunz-Hutterstrasser, Hermine, 1873-1948--46.3
  • Kurie, Franz Newell Devereux--37.7
  • Kuttner, Brian, 1908-1992--56.4
  • Laboratorio de Investigaciones Fisicas (Madrid, Spain)--47.17
  • Laboratory of the Government Chemist (Great Britain)--45.2
  • Laby, T. H. (Thomas Howell), 1880-1946--47.18
  • Lack, W. T.--47.17
  • Laird, Elizabeth Rebecca, 1874- --47.17
  • Lamb, Horace, Sir, 1849-1934--47.17
  • Lamb, W. R.--47.17
  • Lampe, Ernst, 1886- --47.17
  • Lancashire Anti-Submarine Committee--47.17
  • Landman & Foy, Solicitors (London)--47.17, 80.14
  • Lane, Bernard--47.17
  • Lang, Herbert R.--47.17
  • Lang, R. J.--47.17
  • Langevin, Paul, 1872-1946--47.19
  • Langley, A. J. G.--80.14
  • Langmead, Walter A.--47.17
  • Langmuir, Irving, 1881-1957--48.1
  • Langstroth, George Otty, 1905- --48.2
  • Langton, Eric--47.17
  • Langton, William Arthur--47.17
  • Lapworth, Arthur, 1872-1941--47.17
  • Larmor, Joseph, 1857-1942--47.17
  • Larson, _____--47.17
  • Lattey, R. T.--47.17
  • Laue, Max von, 1879-1960--80.14
  • Lauritsen, Tom--47.17
  • Law, William--47.17
  • Lawrence, Ernest Orlando, 1901-1958--47.17
  • Lawson, Robert W. (Robert William)--47.17
  • Le Carbone--39.11, 66.18
  • Le Quesne, Colin--48.3
  • Leake, Kathleen M.--48.3
  • Lederer, Ernst Anton, 1895- --48.3
  • Leeds University. Old Students' Association--48.3
  • Lees, Charles Herbert, 1864- --48.3, 80.23
  • Lefebure, Charles--46.6
  • Leichtle, Adolf--48.3
  • Leigh-Smith, Alice--48.4
  • Leigh-Smith, Philip--48.5
  • Leng, Robert--48.3
  • Lennard-Jones, J. E. (John Edward), 1894- --48.3
  • Lenox Conyngham, G. P. (Gerald Ponsonby), 1866-1956--40.3
  • Lester, Horace Hardy, 1884- --48.3
  • Leverhulme Research Fellowships--48.3
  • Levick, R. B. M.--48.6
  • Levin, F.--48.3
  • Lewis, Alkin--48.3
  • Lewis, Gilbert Newton, 1875-1946--48.3
  • Lewis, W. A.--80.23
  • Lewis & Mounsey--80.23
  • Leyshon, W. A. (Winifred Agnes)--48.3
  • Lister Institute of Preventive Medicine--48.7
  • Liveing, G. D. (George Downing), 1827-1924--48.7
  • Liverpool Physical Society--48.7
  • Livingston, M. Stanley (Milton Stanley)--80.35
  • Lizer, H.--48.7
  • Lloyd Wise & Co.--58.16
  • Lodge, Oliver, Sir, 1851-1940--48.10
  • Loeb, Leonard B. (Leonard Benedict), 1891- --48.9
  • Logeman, W. H.--48.9
  • London and North Eastern Railway--48.9
  • London County Council--48.9
  • London (England). County Lunatic Asylum, Colney Hatch--36.15
  • London Mathematical Society--48.9
  • London Telephone Service--48.9
  • Long, R. G.--48.9
  • Longmans, Green, and Co.--49.4
  • Lorentz, H. A. (Hendrik Antoon), 1853-1928--49.5
  • Lorentz, R.--48.9
  • Lorentz-Kaiser, Aletta Catharina--49.6
  • Love, A. E. H. (Augustus Edward Hough), 1863-1940--48.9
  • Lovell, Laura--48.9
  • Lovett, Edgar Odell, 1871-1957--48.9
  • Lovett, Fred J.--48.9
  • Lowe, Walter M.--48.9
  • Lowry, T. Martin (Thomas Martin), 1874-1936--48.9
  • Lumsden Lamp Co.--48.9
  • Lunt, R. Winstanley--48.9
  • Lyman, Theodore, 1874-1954--49.7
  • Lyon, P. C.--42.5
  • Lyons, H. G. (Henry George), 1864-1944--49.8
  • MacAlister, Donald, 1854-1934--49.9
  • MacBride, Constance--49.9
  • MacDonald, J. K. L.--49.9
  • Mackinnon, Doris L. (Doris Livingston)--49.9
  • McLaren, Dick & Co., Ltd.--82.13
  • Macmillan Publishers--49.9
  • Magie, William Francis, 1858-1943--49.13
  • Mahadevan, Calamur, 1901- --49.13
  • Mahler, Leo--49.12
  • Mahon, _____--49.12
  • Majumdar, V. A.--36.13, 77.2
  • Makower, W. (Walter), 1879-1945--49.12
  • Mallik, Devendra Nath, 1866-1941--49.12
  • Man, John E.--49.12
  • Mandell, W.--49.14
  • Mann, Frederick George--49.12
  • Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Company--49.15
  • Marie Curie Cancer Care--49.15
  • Marks & Clerk (Firm)--49.16
  • Marlow, George Stanley Withers--49.15
  • Marshall, W. A.--49.15
  • Martin, Thomas, 1893- --49.15
  • Martins Ltd.--49.15
  • Martyn, G. H.--49.15, 83.3
  • Marx, Erich Anselm, 1874-1954--49.17
  • Mason, John H.--49.15
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology--49.15
  • Massey, Harrie Stewart Wilson, Sir--83.8
  • Masson, Irvine, 1887-1962--49.15
  • Mather, G. R. (George Radford), d. 1940--49.15
  • Mathur, Mahabir Dial--49.15
  • Mathur, S. B. L.--36.13, 77.2
  • Matthews, S.--49.15
  • Maxwell, G. M.--49.15
  • Maxwell Society--49.15
  • Mayr, J.--49.15
  • McCallum, S. P.--49.9
  • McDonald, John C. (John Charles), 1911- --49.9
  • McGraw-Hill Book Company--49.9
  • McLennan, J. C. (John Cunningham), 1867-1935--49.11
  • McLennan, Janet Cumming--49.9
  • Meggers, William F. (William Frederick), 1888-1966--49.18
  • Meksyn, D.--49.18
  • Menon, A. V. R.--36.15
  • Menzies, A. J.--56.4
  • Merriman, _____--43.13
  • Merritt, Ernest, 1865-1948--49.18
  • Merton, Marjory--83.3
  • Merton, Thomas Ralph, 1888-1969--50.1
  • Methuen & Co.--50.2
  • Metropol-Gesellschaft E. Matthes & Co.--49.18
  • Michel, Edouard--50.3
  • Michelson, Albert A. (Albert Abraham), 1852-1931--50.3
  • Middleton, Commander--38.11
  • Midland Bank Ltd.--50.3
  • Miles & Kaye, Ltd.--50.3
  • Miles, Samuel--50.3
  • Millikan, Robert Andrews, 1868-1953--50.4
  • Millington, V. P.--50.3
  • Mills, J. C.--50.3
  • Mills, William Hobson, 1873- --50.3
  • Milne, Edward Arthur, 1896-1950--50.3
  • Milner, Samuel Roslington, 1875-1958--50.5
  • Milson, C. F.--50.3
  • Mitchell, Allan E.--50.3
  • Mitra, Sisir Kumar, 1890-1963--50.3
  • Mohammed, Wali--51.8
  • Mohler, F. L. (Fred Loomis), 1893- --50.6
  • Mollison, W. L.--50.6
  • Monk, George Spencer, 1884- --50.6
  • Moore, Beatrice--50.6
  • Moore, H. (Harry), 1887-1960--50.7
  • Moore, J. S.--50.6
  • Morand, Max--50.6
  • Morehouse, Lyman F.--50.6
  • Morley, Education Committee--50.6
  • Morning Post (London, England)--50.6
  • Morse, Philip M. (Philip McCord), 1903-1985--50.6
  • Mosharrafa, A. M.--50.8
  • Mott, N. F. (Nevill Francis), Sir, 1905- --50.6
  • Moulton, Forest Ray, 1872-1952--36.17
  • Mount Holyoke College--50.6
  • Mukherjee, Sushil Kumar--50.9
  • Mullard Limited--50.9
  • Mullard Wireless Service Co., Ltd.--37.7
  • Muller, Ernst August Wilhelm, 1907- --50.9
  • Muller, Wolf Johannes, 1874-1942--50.9
  • Mulliken, Robert Sanderson--50.10
  • Munro, Cyril A.--50.9
  • Murat, Salit--50.9
  • Mutscheller, Arthur--50.9
  • Myers, Charles S. (Charles Samuel), 1873-1946--50.11
  • Myers, J. E.--52.10
  • Mynett, Edmund--56.4
  • Mysore Scientific Instruments Syndicate--50.9
  • Nagaoka, Hantaro, 1865-1950--50.11
  • Naito, Usaburo, 1891-1977--50.11, 84.9
  • Nakamura, Sunao--50.11
  • Nakaya, Ukichiro, 1900-1962--50.12
  • Nandi, P. C.--50.11
  • Narayan, A. L., 1890- --50.11
  • Nasr, Abbas Aly--50.13
  • Natanson, Wladyslaw, 1864-1937--84.9
  • National Academy of Sciences (U.S.)--50.11
  • National Geographic Society (U.S.)--84.9
  • National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery (London, England)--50.11
  • National Institute of Industrial Psychology (Great Britain)--50.11
  • National Physical Laboratory (Great Britain)--50.14, 84.17-22, 85.1-3
  • National Portrait Gallery (Great Britain)--50.11
  • National Provincial Bank (London, England)--50.11
  • National Research Council Canada--50.11
  • National Research Council (U.S.)--50.11
  • Nature (London, England)--50.15
  • Nernst, Walther, 1864-1941--38.10
  • New York American--50.16
  • New York Times Company--50.16
  • Newall, H. F. (Hugh Frank), 1857-1944--50.16
  • Newbold, A. A.--50.17-18
  • Newman, F. A. B.--42.7
  • Newport, Edna--50.16
  • Nicholson, Dorothy--84.9
  • Nicholson, John William, 1881- --51.1
  • Niclassen, Hans--51.1, 84.9
  • Nicol, J.--51.1
  • Nicol, Thomas, 1900- --51.1
  • Nielsen, Jens Rud--51.1
  • Nilsson Electrical Laboratory, Inc.--85.8
  • Nishina, Yoshio, 1890-1951--51.1
  • Nobelstiftelsen--51.2, 85.9
  • Noce, Julius Dalla--51.3
  • Nordryn, W. N.--51.2
  • Norris, Homer, Jr.--51.2
  • Norske videnskaps-akademi i Oslo--51.2, osf 1
  • North British and Mercantile Insurance Co.--51.2
  • Northeast, Stephen--51.2
  • Northrup, Edwin F. (Edwin Fitch), 1866-1940--51.2
  • Norton, G. E.--51.2
  • Norton, H.--51.2
  • Nottingham, Wayne B. (Wayne Buckles), 1899- --51.2
  • Nutting, P. G. (Perley Gilman), 1873- --51.2
  • O'Day, C. R.--51.14
  • Ogg, Alexander--51.4
  • Ogilvie, F. G.--42.7
  • Ohio State University--51.4
  • Oliphant, Mark, 1901-2000--51.4
  • Oliphant, R. L.--51.4
  • Oliphant, William D.--51.4
  • Oman, Charles, 1860-1946--51.4
  • Optical Convention (3rd : 1926 : London, England)--51.4
  • Ornstein, L. S. (Leonard Salomon), 1880-1941--51.5
  • Osram-Robertson Lamp Works, Ltd.--51.4
  • Owen, D.--51.4
  • Owen, Gwilym Emyr--51.4
  • Page, William--51.6
  • Paget, Richard, 1869- --51.6
  • Pal, Hirendra Kumar--85.21
  • Palmer, Edgar M., 1881-1943--51.6
  • Palmer, Lionel Stanley, 1891- --51.6
  • Paranjpe, G. R.--36.13, 77.2
  • Parnell, T. (Thomas), 1881-1948--51.6
  • Parr, R.--51.6
  • Parsons, A. H.--51.6
  • Parthasarathy, Sarangapani, 1904- --51.6
  • Paschen, F. (Friedrich), 1865-1947--51.6
  • Pasteur, Mr. le--51.6
  • Paton, Stewart, 1865-1942--51.6
  • Pauli, Wolfgang, 1900-1958--51.6
  • Peacock, A.--51.7
  • Pearce, G. S.--51.7
  • Pegram, George Braxton, 1876-1958--51.7
  • Perrin, Jean, 1870-1942--51.7
  • Perry, E. Cooper (Edwin Cooper), Sir, 1856- --51.7
  • Peter Dixon & Son, Ltd.--42.16
  • Peters, Peter Edward--51.7
  • Phillips, Charles Edmund Stanley, 1871-1945--51.9
  • Philosophical Magazine--51.8
  • Philpot, Albert John, 1891- --51.8
  • Physical Review--51.8
  • Physical Society Club--51.15, 87.8
  • Physical Society (Great Britain)--51.10-14, 86.11-26, 87.1-7
  • Physics Club--51.8, 87.9
  • Physik.-Chemisches Institut der Universitat Berlin--51.8
  • Physikalisches Institut der Universitat Wien--51.8
  • Physikalisches Institut Technische Hochschule Aachen--51.8
  • Pinder, A. S.--51.8
  • Piplani, S. L.--51.8
  • Planck, Marga 1882-1949--51.8, 87.12
  • Planck, Max, 1858-1947--51.16, 87.13
  • Plaskett, Harry Hemley, 1893- --54.5
  • Plesch, Janos, 1878- --51.8
  • Pliday, James--51.8
  • Polytechnic Education Department--51.17
  • Poole, Horace Hewitt--51.17
  • Popular Science Monthly--51.17
  • Porter, Alfred W. (Alfred William), 1863-1939--51.17
  • Porter, H. L.--51.17
  • Potter, Harold Herbert, 1900- --51.17
  • Powers Cinephone Equipment Parent Syndicate, Ltd.--51.17
  • Poynting Physical Society--51.17
  • Price, William Charles, 1909- --51.18
  • Pridham, C. F.--51.18
  • Princeton University--52.1
  • Pringsheim, Peter, 1881-1963--38.10
  • Print, H. Celestine--56.4
  • Proudman, Joseph, 1888- --51.18
  • Przibram, Hans, 1874-1944--51.18
  • Przibram, Karl, 1878- --52.2
  • Punch (London, England)--51.18
  • Quayle, William C.--52.4
  • Queen Elizabeth College (University of London)--48.11
  • Queen Mary College (University of London)--52.3
  • Rafanelli, T. A.--52.5
  • Railway Passengers Assurance Company (London)--52.5
  • Ram, Rala--47.13
  • Raman, C. V., 1888-1970--52.6
  • Ramsay Memorial Fund--52.5
  • Rankine, Alexander Oliver, 1881-1956--52.7
  • Rankins, F. K.--52.5
  • Rao, C. S. Siva--52.5
  • Rao, I. Ramakrishna, 1901- --52.8
  • Rao, Subbarao Ramachandra, 1899- --52.9
  • Rathenau, G. W. (Gerard W.), 1911-1989--38.10
  • Rayleigh, John William Strutt, Baron, 1842-1919--52.10
  • Rayleigh, Robert John Strutt, Baron, 1875-1947--52.10
  • Rayton, W. B.--52.5
  • Read, C. W. W.--52.11
  • Reale Accademia d'Italia--52.11
  • Record, Charles--52.11
  • Redlich, Otto, 1896- --52.11
  • Redman, R. O.--54.5
  • Redston, Harry--52.11
  • Reeves, B. J.--57.3
  • Reichel, H. R. (Henry Rudolf), Sir, 1856-1931--47.9
  • Reis, Alfred--52.11
  • Reynolds & Branson, Ltd.--52.11
  • Reynolds, Edgar W.--52.11
  • Reynolds, F.--89.8
  • Richards, R. C.--52.12
  • Richardson, C. S.--52.12
  • Richardson, Charles H.--89.12
  • Richardson, Charlotte Maria, 1852-1910--52.13
  • Richardson, E. G. (Edward Gick), 1896-1960--52.12
  • Richardson, Edith A.--52.12
  • Richardson, F. L.--52.12
  • Richardson, Gillian--52.12
  • Richardson, Harold Owen Wilson, 1907- --52.14, 89.13
  • Richardson, Henrietta Maria Rupp--52.15
  • Richardson, Jean--52.12, 89.13
  • Richardson, John Dixon, 1908- --52.16
  • Richardson, Joshua Henry--52.17, 89.14
  • Richardson, Lewis F., 1881-1953--52.12, 89.15
  • Richardson, Lilian Maud Wilson, d. 1945--52.18
  • Richardson, Mollie--52.16
  • Riddett, S. A.--52.12
  • Rideal, Eric K. (Eric Keightley), Sir, 1890- --52.12
  • Righi, Augusto, 1850-1920--52.19
  • Rivera, Vincenzo, 1890- --52.12
  • Robb, A. A. von--52.20
  • Roberts, F. J.--52.20
  • Robertson, Frederick Steell, 1876- --52.21-22, 91.11, 92.1
  • Robertson, Jesanne--52.23
  • Robertson, Robert, 1869-1949--52.23
  • Robinson, Harold Roper, 1889-1955--52.24
  • Robinson, J.--52.20
  • Robinson, Philip Ely, 1875- --52.20
  • Robinson, Robert, 1886-1975--52.20
  • Robinson, Robin--52.20
  • Rockefeller Foundation--92.6
  • Rogers, F. J.--52.20
  • Rogers, Francis Heron--52.20
  • Rogers, P. D.--54.7
  • Romeike & Curtice--52.20
  • Rose, William, 1894-1961--52.20
  • Rosen, Boris, 1900- --38.10
  • Rowe & Pitman--52.20
  • Roy, S. C.--53.1
  • Royal Academy of Science--52.20
  • Royal College of Physicians of London--52.20
  • Royal College of Science (Great Britain)--53.2
  • Royal Institution of Great Britain--53.6, 95.2
  • Royal Society Club (London, England)--54.15
  • Royal Society (Great Britain)--53.7-16, 54.1-13, 54.16-17, 95.3-16, 96.1-11, 97.1-5, 98.1-5
  • Royal Society (Great Britain). British Empire Exhibition Committee--54.14
  • Royal Society of Arts (Great Britain)--52.20
  • Royal Society of Edinburgh--54.18
  • Royal Stuart Hotel--98.6
  • Rudberg, Erik, 1891- --54.20
  • Rudolf, G.--54.19
  • Ruedy, Richard, 1896- --54.19
  • Ruhemann, Siegfried, 1859-1938--54.19
  • Runge, Carl, 1856-1927--54.19
  • Rupp, E. (Emil), 1898- --54.21
  • Ruse, H. S. (Harold Stanley), 1905- --54.19
  • Rushby, W.--54.19
  • Rushby, William--54.22
  • Russ, Charles--54.19
  • Russ, S. (Sidney), 1879- --54.19
  • Russell, Alexander, 1861-1943--54.19
  • Rustley, _____--54.19
  • Rutherford, Ernest, 1871-1937--55.1-2
  • Rutherford, Ernest Rutherford, Lady--54.19
  • Rybar, D. H.--54.19
  • Rymer, H. C.--54.19
  • Rymer, T. B.--55.3
  • Saayman, G. H.--55.4
  • Sabaratnam, C. C.--55.4
  • Saha, Meghnad, 1893-1956--55.6
  • Saltmarsh, Maud O.--55.4
  • Sampson, R. A. (Ralph Allen), 1866- --54.18
  • Samuel, R.--55.4
  • Sandeman, Ian--55.7
  • Sanders, John--55.4
  • Sargant, Tom--55.4
  • Sarma, D. S.--37.7
  • Satterly, John, 1879- --55.4
  • Saunders, Harry Patten--55.4
  • Saunders, J. T. (John Tennant), 1888- --55.4
  • Schappeller, Karl--55.4
  • Scheib, Werner--55.8
  • Scheurenhormer, M.--55.8
  • Schmidt-Kolmer, Eva--47.16
  • Schneider, Walter A. (Walter Arthur), 1899- --55.8
  • Schönberg, Elsbeth--99.16
  • Schott, G. A., 1868-1937--55.8
  • Schrödinger, Erwin, 1887-1961--55.9
  • Schumacher, L.--55.8
  • Schuster, Arthur, Sir, 1851-1934--55.8
  • Schuster, Lady--55.8
  • Science Abstracts--55.8
  • Science and Invention--55.8
  • Science et la vie (periodique)--55.8
  • Science Museum (Great Britain)--55.10, 99.18
  • Science Progress (London, England: 1894) --55.8
  • Science Service--55.8
  • Scientia--55.8
  • Scott, H. Alfred--55.8
  • Scott, R. F.--55.8, 99.19
  • Searle, Nancy--56.9
  • See, T. J. J., 1866-1962--55.11
  • Sefton-Jones, O'dell & Stephens--55.11
  • Seiliger, _____--55.11
  • Seligman, G.--55.11
  • Senter, K.--55.11
  • Seth, J. B.--36.13, 36.15, 49.15, 51.8
  • Seward, A. C. (Albert Charles), 1863-1941--55.11
  • Shakespear, G. A.--55.12
  • Sharman, H. L.--55.13
  • Sharp, Garth G.--55.12
  • Sharpe, Jocelyn--53.14
  • Shaw, Albert Norman, 1886- --55.12
  • Shaw, Evelyn--55.12
  • Shaw, Napier, 1854-1945--55.12
  • Shaw, P. E.--55.12
  • Shaw, W.--55.12
  • Shawcross, R. E.--55.12
  • Sheard, Charles, 1883- --55.14
  • Shenstone, Allen Goodrich--55.12
  • Sherborne School for Girls--55.12
  • Sherrington, Charles Scott, Sir, 1857-1952--55.12
  • Sherrington Portrait Fund--55.12
  • Shiozawa, Koichi, 1881-1943--55.12, 99.13
  • Shipley, A. E. (Arthur Everett), Sir, 1861-1927--55.12
  • Shoenberg, D. (David)--55.12
  • Shovelton, Desiree--55.12
  • Shovelton, Sydney Taverner--55.12
  • Shreeve, Herbert Edward, 1873-1942--55.12
  • Sibly, T. Franklin (Thomas Franklin), 1883-1948--55.15
  • Sidgwick, Nevil Vincent, 1873-1952--55.15
  • Siegbahn, Karin--56.1, 99.28
  • Siegbahn, Manne, 1886-1978--56.1
  • Siggers, E. G.--55.15
  • Simeon, F.--55.15
  • Simons, Alex--55.15
  • Simons, Lewis, 1888- --56.2
  • Simpson, Esther, 1903- --56.9
  • Simpson, G. C. (George Clarke), Sir, 1878-1965--55.15
  • Simpson-Saunders, H.--55.15
  • Sittenfeld, Leon B.--55.15
  • Skinner, H. W. B.--56.3
  • Slater, J. M. W. (Jesse Mabel Wilkins)--37.8
  • Small, Frederick George--56.5
  • Smiles, Samuel, 1877-1953--56.4
  • Smith Bros. (Basingstoke) Ltd.--56.4
  • Smith, D. W. Johnson--56.4
  • Smith, E. J. Radley--56.4
  • Smith, F. L. F.--56.4
  • Smith, Frank Edward, Sir, 1876- --56.6
  • Smith, Horace Frank Seavol--56.4
  • Smith, Keith Kuenzi, 1887- --56.4
  • Smith, Norman Kemp, 1872-1958--56.4
  • Smith, Roger T.--56.4
  • Smith, Samuel Walter Johnson, 1871- --56.7
  • Smith, T (Thomas), 1883-1969--56.4
  • Smith, Thomas Dawes, 1912- --56.4
  • Smithells, Arthur, 1860-1939--56.4
  • Smithells, Katharine--56.4
  • Smoluchowski, Marian, 1872-1917--56.4
  • Smyth, Henry De Wolf, 1898-1986--56.4
  • Snell, Arthur H.--100.8
  • So, M.--56.8
  • Sociedad Espanola de Fisica y Quimica--56.8
  • Societe francaise de physique--56.8
  • Society for the Protection of Science and Learning--56.9
  • Soddy, Frederick, 1877-1956--56.8
  • Sokolnikoff, Elizabeth Stafford, 1902- --56.8
  • Soldiers and Sailors' Help Society--56.8
  • Solvay, Edmond--56.8
  • Solvay family--56.8
  • Someren, Ernst van--58.1, 100.11
  • Sommer, A. H. (Alfred Hermann), 1909-2003--56.8
  • Sommerfeld, Arnold, 1868-1951--56.10
  • Sormani, Egbert J.--56.8
  • Souza, David de--56.8
  • Spencer, Edwin S.--56.12
  • Spencer, V.--56.12
  • Spencer, William Kingdon--56.13
  • Spicers Ltd.--56.12
  • Spiers, F. S. (Frederick Solomon), 1875-1926--43.18
  • Spinks, E. J.--56.12
  • St. John's College (University of Cambridge)--39.12
  • Standard Telephones and Cables (London, England)--56.14
  • Standen & Son--56.14
  • Standiger Arbeitsausschuss fur die Tagungen der Nobelpreistrager in Landau / Bodensee--56.14
  • Stansfield, Herbert, 1872-1960--56.14
  • Stead, Gilbert, 1888- --56.14, 100.17
  • Stephens, L. Walter--56.14
  • Stephenson, R. J.--56.14
  • Sterling Telephone & Electric Co., Ltd.--100.19
  • Steurtt, R. H.--56.14
  • Stevens, Angus P.--56.14
  • Stevens, W. LeConte (Walter LeConte), 1847-1927--56.14
  • Stewart, G. A.--54.18
  • Stoner, Edmund Clifton, 1899-1968--56.14
  • Story, Carl W. H.--56.14, 100.26
  • Story, Pollie--56.14
  • Strachan-Davidson, J. L. (James Leigh), 1843-1916--56.14
  • Stratton, Frederick John Marrian, 1881- --56.14
  • Stringer, Herbert--56.15
  • Strutt, Daphne--56.14
  • Stuhlman, Otto, 1884-1965--56.14
  • Sucksmith, Willie, 1896-1981--56.16
  • Sumner, William Leslie, 1904-1973--56.17
  • Sundarachar, C. K.--56.16
  • Sutherland, Gordon Brims Black McIvor, Sir, 1907-1980--56.16
  • Sutherland, William--56.16
  • Sutton, Richard Manliffe, 1900-1966--56.16
  • Svenska dagbladet--56.16
  • Sweden. Legation. Great Britain--56.16
  • Swedish Royal Academy of Science--56.19, 57.1
  • Swets & Zeitlinger, Booksellers, Amsterdam--56.16
  • Swinburne, Mamie--56.16
  • Swings, P. (Polydore), 1906-1983--38.10
  • Tait, H. Sinclair--57.2
  • Takamine, T. (Toshio), 1885- --57.2
  • Talisbu, E. J.--57.2
  • Tamargo, Rafael--57.2
  • Tanaka, S.--57.2
  • Tanaka, T.--57.4
  • Tanimoto, K.--57.2
  • Tank, Franz--57.2
  • Tanka, W.--57.2
  • Tassel, E.--57.2
  • Tawde, N. R.--57.2
  • Taylor, A. M. (Alfred Maurice)--57.2, 101.18
  • Taylor & Francis--57.5, 101.22
  • Taylor, Geoffrey Ingram, 1886-1975--57.2
  • Taylor, T. Fred--57.2
  • Taylor, Thomas C.--57.2
  • Technical Physics of the USSR--57.6
  • Telefunkenplatte G.M.B.H.--57.6
  • Teller, Edward, 1908-2003--57.6
  • Temple, George Frederick James, 1901- --57.6
  • Thayer, H. B. (Harry Bates), 1858-1936--37.1
  • Thermal Syndicate Limited--57.7, 101.24
  • Thibaud, Jean--101.25
  • Thirkill, Henry, 1886-1971--57.7
  • Thomas Cook & Son (Bankers) Ltd.--40.3
  • Thomas, T. T.--57.7, 102.1
  • Thomson, G. P. (George Paget), 1892-1975--57.8
  • Thomson, J. G.--57.7
  • Thomson, J. J. (Joseph John), 1856-1940--57.9
  • Thomson, Joan Paget--57.7
  • Thomson, R. E.--57.7
  • Thomson, Rose Elizabeth Paget--102.6
  • Thosar, B. V.--57.7
  • Thwaites, P. V.--102.8
  • Thwaites, R. E.--57.10
  • Times (London, England)--48.9
  • Ting, Sih Ling--57.11
  • Tisdale, W. E. (Wilbur Earle)--57.12
  • Tizard, Henry Thomas, 1885-1959--57.7, 102.10
  • Tokyo Imperial University--102.11
  • Tolansky, S. (Samuel), 1907-1973--57.14, 102.12
  • Tommasina, Thomas--57.13
  • Topley, W. W. C. (William Whiteman Carlton), 1886-1944--57.13
  • Torre, J. T. de la--57.13
  • Town & Country News (London)--57.13
  • Townsend, John, Sir, 1868-1957--57.13
  • Trevelyan, B.--57.15
  • Trevelyan, George Macaulay, 1876-1962--57.15
  • Trinity College (University of Cambridge)--39.12
  • Trinity College (University of Cambridge). Library--39.12
  • Trowbridge, Augustus, 1870-1934--57.15
  • Tungsten Manufacturing Co., Ltd.--57.16
  • Tunstall, Norman--57.16, 102.19
  • Turnell, Nellie Winifred--57.16
  • Turner, H. H. (Herbert Hall), 1861-1930--102.22
  • Turner, R. C.--57.16
  • Tutin, John--57.16
  • Twigg, George F.--57.17
  • Twyman, F. (Frank), 1876-1959--57.17
  • Tyndall, A. M. (Arthur Mannering), 1881--57.18
  • Uen, U. C.--57.19
  • Union of London & Smiths Bank--57.20
  • United States. Bureau of Standards--57.19
  • United States. Industrial Alcohol Company--87.24
  • United States. Patent Office--102.27
  • Universities Bureau of the British Empire--57.19, 102.28
  • University College, London. Department of Chemistry--49.3
  • University College of Swansea--56.18
  • University College School--57.19
  • University College (University of Oxford)--51.4
  • University of Allahabad--36.11
  • University of Birmingham--38.5, 53.13
  • University of Bombay--38.8
  • University of Bristol--38.13, 63.10
  • University of Calcutta--39.11, 66.21
  • University of Cambridge--39.12
  • University of Cambridge. Local Examinations and Lectures Syndicate--39.12
  • University of Durham--43.6
  • University of Edinburgh--43.9
  • University of Hull--46.3
  • University of Leeds--48.3
  • University of Liverpool--48.7
  • University of Liverpool. Department of Oceanography--48.7
  • University of London--48.9, 48.11-14, 81.6-23, 82.1-3
  • University of Madras--37.7, 49.13, 82.13
  • University of Manchester--49.12
  • University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology--49.12
  • University of Melbourne--49.18
  • University of Oxford--49.9
  • University of Sheffield--55.12
  • University of South Africa--56.11
  • University of St. Andrews--55.5
  • University of Toronto--57.13
  • University of Wales--58.9
  • Urey, Harold Clayton, 1893-1981--57.19
  • Van der Poe, Jr.--58.1
  • Van Name, Ralph Gibbs, 1877-1961--58.1
  • Vander, R. W.--58.1
  • Vandervell, C. A.--58.1
  • Veblen, Elizabeth Mary Richardson, 1881-1974--58.2-4, 102.33
  • Veblen, Oswald, 1880-1960--58.4-5
  • Venable, William Mayo, 1871-1955--58.6
  • Verschaffelt, Jules Emile, 1870- --58.7
  • Vincent, H. (Hyacinthe), 1862-1950--58.1
  • Vine, J. (Joseph)--58.1
  • Vinen, Gilbert--58.1
  • Volterra, Vito, 1860-1940--58.1
  • W. Edwards & Co.--43.9
  • W. & G. Foyle, Ltd.--75.28
  • Wagoner, Clarence R.--58.8
  • Wagstaff, J. E. P.--58.8
  • Wahle, Karl--103.9
  • Walke, Harold--58.8
  • Walker, Gilbert--58.8
  • Walker, Gilbert Thomas, Sir, 1868- --58.8
  • Walker, Miles, 1867-1941--58.8, 103.12
  • Wallace, Earl Keeney, 1897- --58.8
  • Waller, Alice M.--58.8
  • Waller, J. C.--58.8
  • Waran, Harihar Parames--37.7
  • Ward, Charles E.--58.8
  • Waterman, Alan Tower, 1892-1967--58.10
  • Watkins, Samuel C. G., 1853-1942--58.8
  • Watson, E.--58.8
  • Watson, Edwin Roy--58.8
  • Watson, William W. (William Weldon), 1899- --58.8
  • Watson-Watt, Robert Alexander, Sir, 1892-1973--58.8
  • Weaver, Victor M.--58.11
  • Webb, Kenneth B.--58.11
  • Weber, Robert L., 1913-1997--58.11
  • Webster, Arthur Gordon, 1863-1923--58.11
  • Wegscheider, Rudolf, 1859-1935--58.11
  • Wehnelt, Arthur, 1871- --58.11
  • Weissenberg, Karl, 1893-1976--38.10
  • Weizel, Walter, 1901- --58.11
  • Welby, Charles Glynne Earle, Sir, 5th bart., 1865- --58.11
  • Welch, Medard William, 1892- --58.11
  • Wellisch, E. M.--58.11
  • Werner, Sven, 1898-1984--58.11
  • West, Gilbert Duncan--58.11
  • Westerman, E. F.--58.11
  • Western Electric Company--58.11
  • Westminster Hospital--104.15
  • Wheeler, Thomas Sherlock, 1899-1962--36.13
  • Whiddington, Richard, 1885- --58.13
  • Whipple, Robert S., 1871-1953--58.14
  • White, A. H.--58.12
  • White, Francis Puryer, 1893-1969--58.12
  • White, S. A. F.--58.12
  • Whitney, Willis Rodney, 1868-1958--58.12
  • Whittaker, E. T. (Edmund Taylor), 1873-1956--58.15, 104.22
  • Wilberforce, L. R.--58.16
  • Wilkins, F. H.--37.1
  • Williams, C.--104.25
  • Williams, Evan James, 1903-1945--58.16
  • Williams, H. Currer--58.16
  • Williams, R. C.--58.16
  • Williams, William Ewart--59.1
  • Williamson, George, 1890- --59.2
  • Willows, Richard Smith, 1875- --58.16
  • Wilson, A. J. C. (Arthur James Cochran), 1914- --58.16
  • Wilson, Albert William--105.5
  • Wilson, Albert William, Mrs.--105.6
  • Wilson, Blanche--58.16
  • Wilson, C. F.--58.16
  • Wilson, Charles Thomson Rees, 1869- --59.3
  • Wilson, Ernest, 1863-1932--58.16
  • Wilson, Harold A. (Harold Albert), 1874-1964--59.4
  • Wilson, James--58.16
  • Wilson, Joan--58.16
  • Wilson, Louis N., 1857-1937--58.16
  • Wilson, Marjorie (Mrs. Harold Albert)--105.10
  • Wilson, W. (William), 1875- --59.5, 105.14
  • Wilson, Wilfrid--58.16
  • Wilson, William ("Bill")--58.16
  • Wilson, William Hamilton--58.16
  • Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924--59.6
  • Winkler Verlag--58.1
  • Winstanley, D. A. (Denys Arthur), 1877-1947--58.16
  • Wise, Sydney--58.16
  • Witmer, Enos Eby, 1898- --58.16
  • Wolloch, J., 1912- --59.8
  • Wolverhampton. County Borough--59.7
  • Womack, F.--59.7
  • Wood, Robert Williams, 1868-1955--59.7
  • Woodward, Arthur Smith, 1864-1944--59.7
  • Woodward, Franklin T.--59.7
  • Woodward, Robert Simpson, 1849-1924--59.7
  • Woolgar & Roberts--59.7
  • Woolwich Polytechnic--59.7
  • World Committee against War and Fascism--40.3
  • Worshipful Company of Salters (London, England)--55.4
  • Worsnop, B. L. (Bernard Lister), 1892- --59.9
  • Wright, J. E.--59.7
  • Wu, Ta-you--59.7
  • Wyckoff, Leah Ehrich--59.7
  • Wylie, F. M.--59.7
  • Yale University--59.11
  • Yale University Press--59.12
  • Yarrow, Alfred Fernandez, Sir, 1842-1932--59.13
  • Yoshida, Usaburo, 1887-1948--59.14
  • Young, A. F. A. (Albert Frederick Ascott)--59.15
  • Young, C. R.--42.7, 42.11
  • Young, E. Hilton (Edward Hilton), 1879- --59.10
  • Young, Elizabeth--59.10
  • Zakiuddin, M.--57.19
  • Zeeman, Pieter, 1865-1943--59.16
  • Zeleny, John, 1872- --59.17, 105.32
  • Zernick, Ruth H.--59.10
  • Zipelius, Jeanne--59.10
  • Zwicky, Andre--59.10
  • Unidentified author B., W.--63.10
  • Unidentified author Bee--38.1
  • Unidentified author Carl--39.11
  • Unidentifed author Daisy--69.9
  • Unidentified author Denny--41.18
  • Unidentified author Diana--42.16
  • Unidentified author Elsie--43.15
  • Unidentified author G., L.--44.12
  • Unidentified author P.--51.6
  • Unidentified authors at Grimsby--45.1

Index of Works by Others

  • Adam Hilger Ltd. E450. 6 1/2 metre grating vacuum spectrograph--78.14
  • Adam Hilger Ltd. Instructions for the adjustment of the E. 450 vacuum grating spectrograph--78.14
  • Adam Hilger Ltd. Instructions for the use of Dr. Jean Thibaud's grating spectrograph. E. 380--78.14
  • Adam Hilger Ltd. Trolley for B282 reflection eschelon and E1. spectograph--78.14
  • Addenbrooke, G. L. Epitome of proposed lectures on dielectrics--61.14
  • Adrian, Edgar Douglas Adrian, Baron, 1889-1977. The microphonic action of the cochlea in relation to theories of hearing--61.15
  • Ahmad, Riaz, 1912- . Application for admission to University of London—77.2
  • Ahmad, Riaz, 1912- . Excitation of soft X-rays in low voltage region--61.16
  • Aitchison, Leslie. Experiments on the influence of composition upon the corrosion of steel--61.17
  • Akbar, Khan, 1905- . Application for admission to a university or other educational institution in the United Kingdom--61.18
  • Akbar, Khan, 1905- . Application for employment in the education department, Punjab--61.18
  • Akbar, Khan, 1905- . Application for registration of students at Institute of Physics--61.18
  • Alcobe y Arenas, Eduardo, 1867- . Contribution a l'histoire de la physique: abstract--61.19
  • Alexander, N. S. The J-phenomenon in X-rays--61.20
  • Alfvén, Hannes, 1908-1995. A possible method to produce high energy electrons--61.21
  • Allen, Frank, 1874- . The perception of intensity of sound in normal, depressed and enhanced states of aural sensitivity--61.22
  • Allen, Herbert Stanley, 1873- . The band spectrum of hydrogen--61.23
  • Allen, Herbert Stanley, 1873- . Bands in the secondary spectrum of hydrogen. II: abstract--61.23
  • Allen, Herbert Stanley, 1873- . Bands in the secondary spectrum of hydrogen: summary--61.23
  • Allen, Herbert Stanley, 1873- . Bands in the secondary spectrum of hydrogen: corrections--61.23
  • Allen, Herbert Stanley, 1873- . Magnetism and the quantum theory--61.23
  • Anderson, John S. (John Spence), 1888- . The measurement of distortion in a gauge distortion lens--61.24
  • Anderson, R. D. The reaction of methyl radicals with hydrogen--61.25
  • Andrade, E. N. da C. (Edward Neville da Costa), 1887-1971. Glide in metal single crystals--61.26
  • Andrade, E. N. da C. (Edward Neville da Costa), 1887-1971. On the determination of viscosity by the oscillation of a vessel enclosing a fluid: Part 1--61.26
  • Andrade, E. N. da C. (Edward Neville da Costa), 1887-1971. On the determination of viscosity by the oscillation of a vessel enclosing a fluid: Part 2--61.26
  • Andrade, E. N. da C. (Edward Neville da Costa), 1887-1971. The velocity-distribution in a liquid-into-liquid jet--61.26
  • Andrewes, Ursula. Aluminum curves--61.27
  • Andrewes, Ursula. Carbon and graphite curves--62.1-2
  • Andrewes, Ursula. Experiments with natural graphite--62.2
  • Andrewes, Ursula. Further results with aluminum crystal & aluminum metal--62.3
  • Andrewes, Ursula. The secondary electron emission from metals in the low voltage region--62.4
  • Andrewes, Ursula. Results obtained with secondary emission tube--62.4
  • Andrewes, Ursula. See also work with O. W. Richardson--23.7
  • Andrews, J. P. (James Peter). Experiments on impact--62.6
  • Andrews, J. P. (James Peter). Observations on percussion figures--62.6
  • Andrews, J. P. (James Peter). A simple approximate theory of the pressure between two bodies in contact--62.6
  • Angerer, Ernst von, 1881-1951. Pressure of cathode rays: resume--62.7
  • Appleton, Edward Victor, Sir, 1892-1965. The collisional friction experienced by vibrating electrons in ionized air--62.8
  • Appleton, Edward Victor, Sir, 1892-1965. The critical-frequency method of measuring upper-atmospheric ionization--62.8
  • Appleton, Edward Victor, Sir, 1892-1965. The ionosphere as a doubly-refracting medium--62.8
  • Appleton, Edward Victor, Sir, 1892-1965. The ionosphere as a doubly-refracting medium: abstract and discussion--62.8
  • Appleton, Edward Victor, Sir, 1892-1965. On two methods of ionospheric investigation--62.9
  • Appleton, Edward Victor, Sir, 1892-1965. Reasons for applying for £100 from K. C. Research Fund--62.9
  • Appleton, Edward Victor, Sir, 1892-1965. Some notes on wireless methods of investigating the electrical structure of the upper atmosphere--62.9
  • Appleton, Edward Victor, Sir, 1892-1965. Weekly measurements of upper-atmosphere ionization--62.9
  • Appleton, Edward Victor, Sir, 1892-1965. Wireless echoes of short delay--62.9
  • Ashworth, J. R. (James Reginald), 1861- . The properties of Heusler's alloy, and the true specific heat of manganese and its discontinuity--62.21
  • Astbury, Norman Frederick. The computation of the integrals required in mutual-inductance calculations--63.1
  • Astbury, Norman Frederick. The precision measurement of capacitance--63.1
  • Aston, Francis William, 1877-1945. Travaux recents avec les spectographe de masse: Abstract--63.2
  • Aston, John G. The present status of the problem of hindered rotation in hydrocarbons and related compounds--63.3
  • Asundi, R. K. The spectrum of SiF--63.4
  • Atkinson, E. C. The amplitude deviation of rate of a pendulum: a second experiment--63.5
  • Atkinson, E. C. The dissipation of energy by a pendulum swinging in air--63.5
  • Atkinson, E. C. Escapement errors of pendulum clocks--63.5
  • Atkinson, E. C. On Airy's disturbance integrals and knife-edge supports for pendulums--63.5
  • Atkinson, E. C. The relation between rate and arc for a free pendulum--63.5
  • Audorf, Richard. Die erdoberflachengestaltung der vorzeit--63.6
  • Aughtie, Frank, 1905- . A remote electrically recording accelerometer with particular reference to wheel impact measurements--63.7
  • Aughtie, Frank, 1905- . A remote electrically-recording load-gauge for wheel-impact measurements--63.7
  • Awbery, James Henry. Apparatus for determining the specific heat of a material in powder form--63.8
  • Awbery, James Henry. The basic law of the wet-and-dry-bulb hygrometer at temperatures from 40 to 100° C--63.8
  • Awbery, James Henry. The determination of a parabolic formula to represent a series of observations--63.8
  • Awbery, James Henry. A simple method of fitting a straight line to a series of observations--63.9
  • Awbery, James Henry. The specific volumes of some gaseous refrigerants--63.9
  • Awbery, James Henry. Temperature-rise in a material of which the thermal properties vary with temperature--63.9
  • Awbery, James Henry. The viscosities of some liquid refrigerants--63.9
  • Awbery, James Henry. The water-content of saturated air at temperatures to 100° C--63.9
  • Ayyar, C. S. Venkateswara, 1905- . Application for Degree of Master of Science at the University of Madras--49.13
  • Ayyar, S. Harihara, 1905- . Application for Degree of Master of Science at the University of Madras--49.13
  • Badami, J. S. The spectra of trebly and quadruply ionized antimony, SB IV and Sb V--63.11
  • Badami, J. S. The spectra of trebly ionized cerium (Ce IV)--63.11
  • Bailey, Gordon Lennox James, 1915- . The surface structure of liquid mercury--63.12
  • Baker, Thos. Y. (Thomas Yeomans), 1877- . A contribution to the discussion on geometrical optics--63.13
  • Ball, W. W. Rouse (Walter William Rouse), 1850-1925. Testimonial for O. W. Richardson--63.10
  • Bancroft, Wilder D. (Wilder Dwight), 1867-1953. Electrical endosmose--63.14
  • Bancroft, Wilder D. (Wilder Dwight), 1867-1953. Smee's theory of electrolytic deposits--63.14
  • Band, William, 1906- . The longitudinal thermoelectric effect: (IV) A further study of aluminum--63.15
  • Band, William, 1906- . Thermomagnetic properties of nickel wire, Part 3--63.15
  • Band, William, 1906- . The longitudinal thermoelectric effect: (1) copper--63.15
  • Band, William, 1906- . The longitudinal thermoelectric effect: (III) aluminum--63.15
  • Band, William, 1906- . Some thermomagnetic effects in nickel and iron--63.15
  • Bandopadhyaya, Golak Behary. Photoelectric method of soft X-ray efficiency--63.16
  • Bandopadhyaya, Golak Behary. Photoelectric effect of soft X-rays--63.16
  • Banet, Leo, d. 1997. Phenomena of photophoresis and special application for the system sun-earth--63.17
  • Banister, H. The basis of sound localization--63.18
  • Barasch, H. P. An improved counting circuit--63.19
  • Barkas, Wilfred W. Measurement of the cell space ratio in wood by a photoelectric method--63.20
  • Barkas, Wilfred W. Wood-water relationships: (1) molecular sorption and capillary retention of water by Sitka spruce wood--63.20
  • Barkas, Wilfred W. Wood-water relationships, 2: The fibre saturation point of beech wood--63.20
  • Barker, R. C. Resume on the aspatron--63.21
  • Barkla, C. G. (Charles Glover), 1877-1944. On the X-rays and the theory of radiation--63.22
  • Barlow, H. M. (Harold Monteagle), 1899- . An experimental investigation of the validity of Ohm's law for metals at high current densities--63.23
  • Barnard, George P. (George Philip). The dependence of sensitivity of the selenium-sulphur rectifier photoelectric cell on the obliquity of the incident light, and a method of compensation therefor--63.24
  • Barnard, George P. (George Philip). A new selenium-sulphur rectifier photoelectric cell--63.24
  • Barnouw, Adriaan Jacob, 1877-1968. Hendrik Antoon Lorentz: Tribute--63.25
  • Barton, A. W. (Arthur Willoughby). Practical examinations in physics: Precis--63.26
  • Bate, A. E. The conductivity of an orifice in the end of a pipe--63.27
  • Bate, A. E. Dust figures formed by electric spark--63.27
  • Bate, A. E. Note on the whispering gallery of St. Paul's Cathedral, London--63.27
  • Bateman, L. The velocity coefficients of the chain propagation and termination reactions in olefin oxidations in liquid systems--63.28
  • Bates, L. F. (Leslie Fleetwood). A compact electromagnet for general purposes--63.29
  • Bates, L. F. (Leslie Fleetwood). The electrical resistance of manganese amalgams--63.29
  • Bates, L. F. (Leslie Fleetwood). The electrical resistance of nickel amalgams--63.29
  • Bates, L. F. (Leslie Fleetwood). Ferromagnetic compounds of chromium--63.29
  • Bates, L. F. (Leslie Fleetwood). The magnetic properties of amorphous manganese--63.30
  • Bates, L. F. (Leslie Fleetwood). The magnetic properties of iron amalgams--63.30
  • Bates, L. F. (Leslie Fleetwood). The magnetic properties of manganese amalgams--63.30
  • Bates, L. F. (Leslie Fleetwood). The magnetic properties of silver amalgams--63.30
  • Bates, L. F. (Leslie Fleetwood). A new apparatus for the measurement of the earth's magnetic field--63.31
  • Bates, L. F. (Leslie Fleetwood). A new apparatus for the measurement of the earth's magnetic field: abstract and discussion--63.30
  • Bates, L. F. (Leslie Fleetwood). Observations on the specific heats of ferromagnetic substances--63.30
  • Bawn, C. E. H. (Cecil Edwin Henry). The catalyzed oxidation of trimethylethylene in solution--63.32
  • Bazzoni, Charles B. (Charles Blizard), 1886- . Experimental determinations of the ionization potential of helium--63.33
  • Bazzoni, Charles B. (Charles Blizard), 1886- . See also works with O. W. Richardson--9.2, 15.16
  • Beatty, Richard Thomas, 1882-1941. The stability of a valve amplifier with tuned circuits and internal reaction--63.34
  • Beck, Conrad, 1864- . A contribution to the discussion on geometrical optics--64.1
  • Beckett, Harold E. The measurement of reflection coefficients for oblique incidence--64.2
  • Beckett, Harold E. The radiation-reflecting powers of rough surfaces--64.2
  • Beevers, Cecil Arnold. A machine for the rapid summation of Fourier series--64.3
  • Beevers, Cecil Arnold. On the evaluation of some hexagonal structure factors--64.3
  • Behman, B. F. Physics: Terminal exam paper--64.4
  • Bell, Edward Reed, 1921- . Reactions of free radicals associated with low temperature oxidation of paraffins--64.5
  • Belloc, Hilaire, 1870-1953. Richelieu: Chapter I: excerpt--64.6
  • Benham, Wilfrid Earnshaw. Electronic theory and the magnetron oscillator--64.7
  • Bennett, Charles William, 1886- . The regeneration of sulphated storage cells--64.8
  • Bennett, Charles William, 1886- . A rotating cathode--64.8
  • Bennett, Charles William, 1886- . Tensile strength of electrolytic copper on a rotating cathode--64.8
  • Bennett, W. Some lecture experiments--64.9
  • Berlovitch, Moise. Sur le coryza aigu et les maladies infectieuses--64.10
  • Best, J. E. The diurnal variation of the ionospheric absorption of wireless waves--64.11
  • Beutler, Hans, 1896-1942. Über eine gesetzmässige Beziehung zwischen Kernabstand und Schwingungsenergie in Molekülen--64.12
  • Beutler, Hans, 1896-1942. Über ultraviolette Banden des H D – Wasserstoff-Moleküls--64.13
  • Beutler, Hans, 1896-1942. Veröffentlichungen--64.14
  • Beutner, R. (Reinhard), 1885- . Potential differences at the junction of immiscible phases--64.15
  • Bhawalkar, Devidas Raghunath, 1908- . Application for registration as candidate for Ph.D. degree for internal students to University of London--64.16
  • Bhawalkar, Devidas Raghunath, 1908- . Energy levels of structure electrons--64.17
  • Bhawalkar, Devidas Raghunath, 1908- . Evidence of the excitation of atomic energy levels in soft X-rays and the secondary emission experiments--64.18
  • Bhawalkar, Devidas Raghunath, 1908- . Excitation of soft X-rays--64.19
  • Bhawalkar, Devidas Raghunath, 1908- . Excitation of soft X-rays in the low voltage region--64.20
  • Bhawalkar, Devidas Raghunath, 1908- . Excitation potentials as affected by the structure electrons--64.17
  • Bhawalkar, Devidas Raghunath, 1908- . Experimental values of Vo--64.21
  • Bhawalkar, Devidas Raghunath, 1908- . Report of the work--64.22
  • Bhawalkar, Devidas Raghunath, 1908- . Soft X-rays from aluminum: A good deal of experimental work has been done....--64.25
  • Bhawalkar, Devidas Raghunath, 1908- . Soft X-rays from aluminum: Curves obtained in the region from 15 to 225 volts--64.23
  • Bhawalkar, Devidas Raghunath, 1908- . Soft X-rays from aluminum: In the last few years a good deal of work has been....--64.26
  • Bhawalkar, Devidas Raghunath, 1908- . Soft X-rays from aluminum: The experimental procedure was exactly the same as....--64.24
  • Bhawalkar, Devidas Raghunath, 1908- . Soft X-rays from sodium: As a result of the investigations on the....--64.27
  • Bhawalkar, Devidas Raghunath, 1908- . Soft X-rays from sodium: In order to investigate the excitation of....--64.28
  • Bhawalkar, Devidas Raghunath, 1908- . Values of Vo for the different metals used--64.29
  • Bhawalkar, Devidas Raghunath, 1908- . Variation of Vo with the bombarding current (for Al target)--64.30
  • Bhawalkar, Devidas Raghunath, 1908- . Variation of Vo with current density (continued)--64.31
  • Bhawalkar, Devidas Raghunath, 1908- . See also work with O. W. Richardson--19.7
  • Birge, Raymond T. (Raymond Thayer), 1887- . A consistent set of values of the general physical constants (as of August, 1939)--64.32
  • Birge, Raymond T. (Raymond Thayer), 1887- . Constants of diatomic molecules derived from band spectra data: Tables--64.32
  • Birge, Raymond T. (Raymond Thayer), 1887- . The determination of heats of dissociation by means of band spectra--64.32
  • Birge, Raymond T. (Raymond Thayer), 1887- . The energy levels and resulting constants of the hydrogen molecule--64.32
  • Birge, Raymond T. (Raymond Thayer), 1887- . Probable values of the general physical constants. Part 4--64.33
  • Birge, Raymond T. (Raymond Thayer), 1887- . Recent work on isotopes in band spectra--64.33
  • Birge, Raymond T. (Raymond Thayer), 1887- . The rotational and vibrational energy of molecules--64.33
  • Bisacre, Frederick Francis Percival, 1885- . Convergent polarized light and Hertz's problem for a uniaxial material--63.34
  • Blackie, Alfred, 1882- . Some thermal and electrical aspects of the design of converters for the hydrogenation process--63.35
  • Bloch, Felix, 1905- . Les moments magnetiques du proton et du neutron--64.36
  • Bohr, Niels, 1885-1962. On the problem of the arrangement and the motion of the electrons in the atom--65.3
  • Bol, Cornelius. Experiments--65.4
  • Bond, W. N. (Wilfrid Noel). Sir A. S. Eddington's recent theories--65.5
  • Bond, W. N. (Wilfrid Noel). Sir A. S. Eddington's recent theories: abstract and discussion--65.5
  • Bond, W. N. (Wilfrid Noel). The surface tension of a moving water sheet--65.5
  • Bond, W. N. (Wilfrid Noel). Turbulent flow through tubes--65.5
  • Bond, W. N. (Wilfrid Noel). The viscosity of air--65.5
  • Born, Max, 1882-1970. Die quantenmechanik--65.6
  • Bose, H. D. M. Etudes sur le paramagnetisme: abstract--65.7
  • Boucherot, Paul, 1869-1943. L'utilisation rationnelle de l'eau froide du fond des oceans: abstract--65.8
  • Bowen, Gladys V. Biographical data--65.9
  • Bowker, H. C. Variation of spark-potential with temperature in gases at or above atmospheric pressure--65.10
  • Boyce, Joseph Canon, 1903-1983. Soft X-rays from heavy elements: tantalum to gold--65.11
  • Bradford, S. C., 1878-1948. The kinetic theory of fluids--65.12
  • Bradley, Albert James, 1899- . A method for deducing accurate values of the lattice spacing from X-ray powder photographs taken by the Debye-Scherrer method--65.13
  • Bragg, William Henry, 1862-1942. Relative merits of the"binaural" and the"sum and difference" methods--65.15
  • Bragg, William Lawrence, Sir, 1890-1971. Sur la diffraction des ondes electromagnetiques par un cristal: abstract--65.14
  • Brentano, John Christian Michael, 1888- . Measurements of the intensity-distribution of the white X radiation reflected from a crystal; with a note on the dispersion of the atomic scattering factor of zinc near the K absorption edge--65.16
  • Brentano, John Christian Michael, 1888- . The quantitative measurement of the intensity of X-ray reflections from crystalline powders--65.16
  • Brentano, John Christian Michael, 1888- . An X-ray goniometer using beams of large aperture for photographically recording crystal-powder reflections--65.16
  • Bridgman, P. W. (Percy Williams), 1882-1961. Report on the phenomena of conductibility in metals and their theoretical explanation--65.17
  • Briggs, Allan H. The estimation of ametropia by the coincidence optometer--65.18
  • Brillouin, Marcel, 1854-1948. Sur une question d'electricite atmospherique: abstract--65.19
  • Brindley, G. W. (George William), 1905-1983. The characteristic temperature of magnesium oxide--65.20
  • Brindley, G. W. (George William), 1905-1983. The measurement of the intensities of X-ray reflections from crystalline powders in absolute units--65.20
  • Brinkworth, John Hancock, 1881- . Practical examinations in physics--65.21
  • British Standards Institution. British standard glossary of acoustical terms and definitions: draft--66.1
  • Broglie, Louis de, 1892-1987. Le photon--66.2
  • Broglie, Maurice de, 1875-1960. La relation hv=E dans les phenomenes photo-electriques; production de la lumiere dans le choc des atomes par les electrons et production des rayons de rontgen--66.3
  • Broglie, Maurice de, 1875-1960. La relation hv=E dans les phenomenes photo-electriques; production de la lumiere dans le choc des atomes par les electrons et production des rayons de rontgen: discussion--66.3
  • Broglie, Maurice de, 1875-1960. X-rays and beta rays--66.3
  • Brook, J. H. T. Iron and copper as catalysts in the oxidation of hydocarbon lubricating oils--66.4
  • Brotherton, M. (Manfred). Biographical data--66.5
  • Brotherton, M. (Manfred). The experiments made hereafter were made with....--66.5
  • Brotherton, M. (Manfred). The Lindemann Electrometer has the following....--66.5
  • Brotherton, M. (Manfred). Report, 1924-1925--66.5
  • Brotherton, M. (Manfred). Report, 1925-1926--66.5
  • Brown, D. Acoustic spectra by the diffraction of light from sound films--66.6
  • Brown, E. S. The electroscope capacity balance--66.7
  • Brown, F. C. (Fay Cluff), 1881-1968. The electrical properties of light-positive and light-negative selenium--66.8
  • Brown, F. C. (Fay Cluff), 1881-1968. A method of measuring the amplitude and damping of ripples--66.8
  • Brown, F. C. (Fay Cluff), 1881-1968. The nature of electric conduction as required to explain the recovery of resistance of metallic selenium following illumination--66.8
  • Brown, F. C. (Fay Cluff), 1881-1968. Some experiments on the nature of transmitted light-actionin crystals of metallic selenium--66.8
  • Brown, F. C. (Fay Cluff), 1881-1968. The variation of the rate of production of photo-electrons in a monoclinic crystal of selenium with varying pressure on the crystal and with varying intensity of illumination--66.8
  • Brown, G. Burniston. The mechanism of edge-tone production--66.9
  • Brown, G. Burniston. On vortex motion in gaseous jets and the origin of their sensitivity to sound--66.9
  • Brown, G. Burniston. The vortex motion causing edge tones--66.9
  • Brown, R. C. (Reginald Carr). The ripple method of measuring surface tension--66.10
  • Bruckshaw, John McGarva. Experiments on conducting laminae in periodic magnetic fields--66.11
  • Bruckshaw, John McGarva. An instrument for electrical prospecting by the inductive method--66.11
  • Buckley, Harold, 1915- . Note on the radiation between two coaxial radiating cylinders--66.12
  • Bull, Cabot Seaton. The noise of thermionic valves: abstract--66.13
  • Bunn, C. W. (Charles William). The lattice-dimensions of zinc oxide--66.14
  • Burbidge, Percy William, 1891- . Electrical methods of hygrometry--66.15
  • Burdon, Roy Stanley. Adsorption of gases on mercury--66.16
  • Butterworth, Stephen, 1885- . The equivalent circuit of the magnetostriction oscillator--66.17
  • Cabrera, Blas, 1878-1945. L'etude experimentale du paramagnetisme. Le magneton.--66.19
  • Cabrera, Blas, 1878-1945. Les proprietes magnetiques des familles du palladium et du platine et la theorie du paramagnetisme: abstract--66.20
  • Campbell, Albert, 1862- . Mutual self inductors compensated for change of frequency--67.2
  • Campbell, Albert, 1862- . The mutual shunt method of measuring self inductance at radio frequencies--67.2
  • Campbell, Albert, 1862- . Simple demonstration of the Peltier effect with approximate measurement--67.2
  • Campbell, Norman Robert, 1880-1949. The determination of absolute units--67.3
  • Campbell, Norman Robert, 1880-1949. The measurement of visual sensations--67.3
  • Campbell, Norman Robert, 1880-1949. The statistical theory of errors--67.3
  • Campbell, Norman Robert, 1880-1949. Time lag in photoelectric cells--67.3
  • Carmichael, Hugh. A new tilted electrometer--67.6
  • Carmichael, Hugh. On the tilted electrometer--67.6
  • Carpenter, Henry Cort Harold, 1875-1940. I have read the four communications which constitute Mr....--66.18
  • Carpenter, L. G. A vacuum calorimeter for high temperatures--66.18
  • Carpenter, L. G. A vacuum calorimeter for high temperatures: abstract and discussion--66.18
  • Cassel, Hans, 1891- . Effect of the adsorption of atoms and molecules on the photoeffect from mercury (Excitation of adsorbed molecules)--66.18
  • Cassie, Alexander Morris. A time-base circuit and electron relay for use with a cathode-ray oscillograph--66.18
  • Chalk, M. Laura. Bands to 2p¹π. Note on Dr. Davidson's new progressions--67.7
  • Chalk, M. Laura. The spectrum of H₂: The bands ending on 2p¹π--67.8
  • Chalk, M. Laura. The spectrum of H₂: Work done on looking for new bands ending on 2p³--67.9
  • Chalklin, F. C. (Francis Cecil), 1902-1954. Biographical data--67.10
  • Chalklin, F. C. (Francis Cecil), 1902-1954. High voltage curves for iron--67.11-16
  • Chalklin, F. C. (Francis Cecil), 1902-1954. List of publications--68.1
  • Chalklin, F. C. (Francis Cecil), 1902-1954. Notebook, Vol. 2--68.2
  • Chalklin, F. C. (Francis Cecil), 1902-1954. See also work with O. W. Richardson--23.7
  • Chalmers, Bruce, 1907- . An interference extensometer and some observations on the elasticity of lead--68.3
  • Chalmers, Bruce, 1907- . The twinning of single crystals of tin--68.3
  • Chalmers, J. Alan (John Alan). The electric charges of single raindrops and snowflakes--68.4
  • Chance, W. H. S. The optical glassworks by Benediktbeuern--68.5
  • Chapman, F. W. Atmospheric disturbances due to thundercloud discharges: Part I--68.6
  • Chapman, Sydney, 1888-1970. The absorption and dissociative or ionizing effect of monochromatic radiation in an atmosphere on a rotating earth--68.7
  • Chapman, Sydney, 1888-1970. The absorption and dissociative or ionizing effect of monochromatic radiation in an atmosphere on a rotating earth. Part 2. Grazing incidence--68.7
  • Chapman, Sydney, 1888-1970. The atmospheric height distribution of band-absorbed solar radiation--68.7
  • Charlesby, Arthur. The diffraction of electrons by anthracene--68.8
  • Chaudhuri, Rabindranath. Behaviour of the thermo-E.M.F. of a coherer couple under the action of alternating current and electric waves--68.9
  • Chaudhuri, Rabindranath. Formation of heavy ions by the impact of slow velocity electrons with gas molecules--68.10
  • Chaudhuri, Rabindranath. The motion of electrons in hydrogen under the action of crossed electric and magnetic fields--68.11
  • Chaudhuri, Rabindranath. Thermo-electric properties of a coherer-couple--68.12
  • Chaudhuri, Rabindranath. See also works with O. W. Richardson--3.1, 4.5
  • Cherry, R. O. Field intensity measurements around some Australian broadcast stations--68.13
  • Cherwell, Frederick Alexander Lindemann, Viscount, 1886-1957. Report on Lees' paper--81.1
  • Chhabra, B. D. Testimonial for Riaz Ahmad--77.2
  • Childs, W. H. J. (William Harold Joseph). Application for the Chair in Natural Philosophy in the University of Aberdeen--68.14
  • Childs, W. H. J. (William Harold Joseph). Report on activities during fellowship year 1929-30--68.14
  • Childs, W. H. J. (William Harold Joseph). Some methods of estimating the intensities of spectral lines--68.14
  • Chipman, Robert A. The electron oscillation characteristics of an experimental plane-electrode triode--68.15
  • Chipman, Robert A. Ultra-high-frequency resonances in the positive-grid triode--68.15
  • Clews, C. J. B. A determination of the specific heats of aqueous solutions of potassium chloride--68.16
  • Cockburn, Robert, 1909-1994. A determination of the fundamental types of electron oscillations in a triode valve--68.17
  • Cockburn, Robert, 1909-1994. The variation of voltage-distribution and of electron transit time in the space-change-limited planar diode--68.17
  • Cohen, Elizabeth. The spectrum of H₂: Extension of the bands analogous to the ortho-helium line spectrum--68.18
  • Cohen, Elizabeth. Unidentified work--68.18
  • Collie, C. H. On the use of charcoal in maintaining high vacua--68.19
  • Collier, L. J. The variation with temperature of the electrical resistance of carbon and graphite between 0° C and 900° C--68.20
  • Collins, George. A source of the Lyman continuum for use with spectrographs of high dispersion--68.21
  • Combes, Lewis Swinnerton, 1896- . Interferometer wave-lengths of certain lines in the secondary spectrum of hydrogen--68.22
  • Compton, K. T. (Karl Taylor), 1887-1954. An arc is a discharge of electricity....--68.23
  • Compton, K. T. (Karl Taylor), 1887-1954. See also work with O. W. Richardson--21.2
  • Congdon, J. F. Biographical data--68.24
  • Congdon, J. F. The emission of electrons under the influence of chemical action--68.24
  • Connelly, F. C. An apparatus for the optical projection of thermionic valve characteristics--68.25
  • Constable, Jack E. R. The effect of an acoustically absorbent lining upon the sound-insulating value of a double partition--68.26
  • Constable, Jack E. R. The prevention of the transmission of sound along water pipes--68.26
  • Constable, Jack E. R. Transmission of sound between neighbouring rooms in a brick building--68.26
  • Constable, Jack E. R. The transmission of sound in a building by direct paths--68.26
  • Constable, Jack E. R. Vibration of a building partition at audio frequencies--68.26
  • Constable, Jack E. R. The vibration pattern of a wall transmitting sound--68.26
  • Conybeare, J. G. G. The resistance of palladium and palladium-gold alloys--68.27
  • Corbino, O. M. (Orso Mario) 1876- . The electronic theory of the voltaic cell--68.28
  • Cosslett, V. E. (Vernon Ellis). The structure of electrical conductivity of thin films of indium--68.29
  • Cotton, Aime Auguste, 1869-1951. Les champs magnetique intenses permanents--69.1
  • Cotton, Aime Auguste, 1869-1951. Sur la production de champs magnetiques a la fois intenses et etendus: abstract--69.1
  • Cottoy, A. Report on the notes presented by M. Ramakrishna Rao--69.2
  • Crane, Eva. The application of the absorption method to the determination of the upper limits of continuous B-ray spectra--104.23
  • Crane, Eva. The relation between range and energy for the upper limits of B-ray spectra--104.23
  • Crawford, B. H. (Brian Hewson). The integration of the glare-effects from a number of glare-sources--69.3
  • Crooker, Arthur Mervyn . An experimental determination of the reflection coefficient of slow electrons incident on metallic surfaces--69.4
  • Crooker, Arthur Mervyn. Let us consider the case of a plane anode placed in front...--69.4
  • Cumberland, Elliott. Demonstration of the Cumberland electrolytic process for preventing corrosion of all metals immersed in liquid--69.6
  • Curtis, William Edward, 1889- . Notes re plans of new building--69.8
  • Curtis, William Edward, 1889- . The structure of the band spectra of helium. VI--69.8
  • Dalzell, D. P. Heaviside's operational method--69.10
  • Dampier, William Cecil Dampier, Sir, 1867-1952. Testimonial for O. W. Richardson--104.17
  • Darbyshire, James Albert, 1906- . Diffraction of electrons by oxide-coated cathodes--69.11
  • Darbyshire, Orrell, 1902- . The application of the theory of the transmitting echelon to the explanation of Talbot's and Powell's bands--69.11
  • Darbyshire, Orrell, 1902- . A determination by spectrometer of the metrical thickness and dispersive power of a thin film--69.11
  • Darling, Charles R. (Charles Robert), 1870- . A simple method of showing the modes of vibration of a wire--69.12
  • Darling, Charles R. (Charles Robert), 1870- . A vacuum calorimeter for high temperatures: abstract--69.12
  • Darwin, Charles Galton, Sir, 1887-1962. The polarization of the electron--69.13
  • Das, Kusumeshu. Unidentified work--69.15
  • Das, Kusumeshu. The molecular spectrum of hydrogen--69.16
  • Das, Kusumeshu. The molecular spectrum of H₂--69.17
  • Das, Kusumeshu. The spectrum of H₂--69.18
  • Das, Kusumeshu. See also work with O. W. Richardson--24.7-15
  • Das, Panchanon. On the secondary spectrum of hydrogen--69.19
  • Daunt, John G. (John Gilbert), 1913- . A simple type of helium cryostat--69.20
  • Davidson, Percy Maurice, 1902- . Criticisms of some proofs in the quantum theory--69.21
  • Davidson, Percy Maurice, 1902- . Eigenfunctions for calculating electronic vibrational intensities--69.21
  • Davidson, Percy Maurice, 1902- . The energy function, and the rotational and vibrational constants of the Bohr model, compared with those of the known states of hydrogen--69.21
  • Davidson, Percy Maurice, 1902- . Properties of the Bohr model of the hydrogen molecule, and other calculations--69.21
  • Davidson, Percy Maurice, 1902- . The spectrum of H₂. The bands analogous to the parahelium line-spectrum--69.21
  • Davidson, Percy Maurice, 1902- . See also works with O. W. Richardson--9.3-6, 23.11, 24.1-6, 25.1-11, 25.13-22, 26.1-9, 27.3-8
  • Davies, R. M. (Rhisiart Morgan), 1903-1958. The rapid determination of moisture in seeds and other granular substances--69.23
  • Davis, A. H. (Alfred Horace), 1892-1980. The measurement of noise--69.24
  • Davisson, Clinton Joseph, 1881-1958. An attempt to polarize electron-waves by reflectors--70.3
  • Davisson, Clinton Joseph, 1881-1958. Davisson, C. J. - Publications, 1912-date (1930)--70.3
  • Davisson, Clinton Joseph, 1881-1958. The diffraction of electrons by a crystal of nickel--70.4
  • Davisson, Clinton Joseph, 1881-1958. Diffractions of electrons by metal surfaces: abstract--70.3
  • Davisson, Clinton Joseph, 1881-1958. Electron lenses--70.5
  • Davisson, Clinton Joseph, 1881-1958. Professor Owen Willans Richardson, Nobel Laureate--70.6
  • Davisson, Clinton Joseph, 1881-1958. A proposed variation in the rotation-by-magnetization method of measuring gyromagnetic ratios--70.3
  • Davisson, Clinton Joseph, 1881-1958. The scattering of electrons by a single crystal of nickel--70.7
  • Davisson, Clinton Joseph, 1881-1958. The scattering of electrons by crystals--70.3
  • Davisson, Clinton Joseph, 1881-1958. The scattering of electrons by nickel--70.8
  • De Forest, Lee, 1873-1961. The audion-detector and amplifier--70.10
  • Debye, Peter J. W. (Peter Josef William), 1884-1966. Sur la theorie dipolaire des dielectriques: abstract--70.9
  • Dember, Harry, 1882- . Concerning a method of obtaining very soft roentgen rays in extreme vacuum--70.11
  • Deming, W. Edwards (William Edwards), 1900-1993. On the determination of the parameters in an empirical formula--70.12
  • Denisoff, Alexander Konstantinovitch, 1905- . Unidentified works (two)--70.13
  • Denisoff, Alexander Konstantinovitch, 1905- . About a method of calculation of energy of the activated molecules at some heterogeneous chemical reactions--70.14
  • Denisoff, Alexander Konstantinovitch, 1905- . About the electronic yield of some heterogeneous reactions--70.15
  • Denisoff, Alexander Konstantinovitch, 1905- . Ascertainment of the magnitude of the effect of the finite length of the cylinder on the number of electrons that reach it--70.13
  • Denisoff, Alexander Konstantinovitch, 1905- . Electron emission in chemical reactions--70.16
  • Denisoff, Alexander Konstantinovitch, 1905- . The emission of electrons under the influence of chemical action: Report I--70.17
  • Denisoff, Alexander Konstantinovitch, 1905- . The emission of electrons under the influence of chemical action: Report II--70.18
  • Denisoff, Alexander Konstantinovitch, 1905- . Hysteresis problem--71.3
  • Denisoff, Alexander Konstantinovitch, 1905- . New researches on the chemical electron emission--70.13
  • Denisoff, Alexander Konstantinovitch, 1905- . Note on the influence of finite electrodes on the determination of velocity distributions in electron emission--70.19
  • Denisoff, Alexander Konstantinovitch, 1905- . The Pauli exclusion principle as a consequence of the Bohr-Heisenberg principle of uncertainty--70.20
  • Denisoff, Alexander Konstantinovitch, 1905- . Pauli's exclusion principle--70.21
  • Denisoff, Alexander Konstantinovitch, 1905- . Pauli's exclusion principle as a consequence of the uncertainly principle--70.20
  • Denisoff, Alexander Konstantinovitch, 1905- . The quantum of electricity as a consequence of the theory of relativity and the quantum theory--70.22
  • Denisoff, Alexander Konstantinovitch, 1905- . The quantum-mechanical interpretation of the Pauli exclusion principle--70.23
  • Denisoff, Alexander Konstantinovitch, 1905- . The quantum-mechanical interpretation of Pauli's exclusion principle--70.23
  • Denisoff, Alexander Konstantinovitch, 1905- . Review: The theory of groups and quantum mechanics--70.24
  • Denisoff, Alexander Konstantinovitch, 1905- . Some calculations concerning the vacuum system for getting a constant pressure of COCl₂ in the testing chamber--70.25
  • Denisoff, Alexander Konstantinovitch, 1905- . Some considerations about the mechanism of the chemical emission of electrons--71.1
  • Denisoff, Alexander Konstantinovitch, 1905- . Some considerations concerning the direction of the further experiments--71.2
  • Denisoff, Alexander Konstantinovitch, 1905- . Subject of the investigation proposed to do under the Rockefeller Fellowship--71.3
  • Denisoff, Alexander Konstantinovitch, 1905- . Theory of the chemical electron emission--71.4
  • Dent, Beryl M. On observations of points connected by a linear relation--71.5
  • Deodhar, Dhundiraj Bhaskar, 1891- . Comparison of intensities of Fulcher lines on the 1st type spectrogram taken on Feb. 23, and on McLennan's plate--71.8
  • Deodhar, Dhundiraj Bhaskar, 1891- . List of enhanced lines. First type--71.8
  • Deodhar, Dhundiraj Bhaskar, 1891- . List of enhanced lines. 2nd type--71.8
  • Deodhar, Dhundiraj Bhaskar, 1891- . Lists of lines and miscellaneous notes on McLennan's plate, etc.--71.7
  • Deodhar, Dhundiraj Bhaskar, 1891- . List of lines enhanced in third type--71.8
  • Deodhar, Dhundiraj Bhaskar, 1891- . List of lines from H₂- Hϒ observed on McLennan's plates...--71.8
  • Deodhar, Dhundiraj Bhaskar, 1891- . List of weakened lines - second type--71.6
  • Deodhar, Dhundiraj Bhaskar, 1891- . List of weakened lines. Third type--71.8
  • Deodhar, Dhundiraj Bhaskar, 1891- . A low voltage luminous discharge in hydrogen in a field-free space--71.9
  • Deodhar, Dhundiraj Bhaskar, 1891- . New bands in the secondary spectrum of hydrogen--71.10, 71.12
  • Deodhar, Dhundiraj Bhaskar, 1891- . New bands in the secondary spectrum of hydrogen. Part II--71.10, 71.12
  • Deodhar, Dhundiraj Bhaskar, 1891- . New bands in the secondary spectrum of hydrogen. Part III--71.10, 71.12
  • Deodhar, Dhundiraj Bhaskar, 1891- . Note on Israj, a remarkable Indian stringed instrument--71.12
  • Deodhar, Dhundiraj Bhaskar, 1891- . On atmospheric radio-activity and Indian weather--71.12
  • Deodhar, Dhundiraj Bhaskar, 1891- . On the collision of spherical bodies of unequal diameters and densities at very low velocities--71.12
  • Deodhar, Dhundiraj Bhaskar, 1891- . On the study of the spectrum of oxygen under different conditions of excitation--71.12
  • Deodhar, Dhundiraj Bhaskar, 1891- . Papers submitted for D. Sc. thesis--71.12
  • Deodhar, Dhundiraj Bhaskar, 1891- . Ramaneffekt und wasserstoffspektrum--71.12
  • Deodhar, Dhundiraj Bhaskar, 1891- . Structure in the secondary spectrum of hydrogen P¹ & R¹ branches of 2π-mo band system--71.13-14
  • Deodhar, Dhundiraj Bhaskar, 1891- . Supplementary table of wavelengths in the secondary spectrum of hydrogen--71.12, 71.15
  • Deodhar, Dhundiraj Bhaskar, 1891- . Synopsis of papers submitted by D. B. Deodhar for the D. Sc. exa.--71.12
  • Deodhar, Dhundiraj Bhaskar, 1891- . Third type discharge - weakened lines--71.6
  • Deodhar, Dhundiraj Bhaskar, 1891- . Über das leuchten der vacuumröhren in der nähe eines funkeninduktors--71.12
  • Deodhar, Ganesh Bhaskar. New regularities in electron reflexion phenomena--71.11
  • Desch, Cecil Henry, 1874- . Physical and mechanical factors in corrosion--72.6
  • Dewar, James, Sir, 1842-1923. Application of liquid hydrogen to the production of high vacua--72.7
  • Dhodapkar, C. R. General account of active nitrogen--72.8-9
  • Dhodapkar, C. R. The intensities of the nitrogen afterglow bands in mixtures of nitrogen and neon--72.10-12
  • Dhodapkar, C. R. Investigations of band spectra of a group of diatomic molecules--72.13
  • Dhodapkar, C. R. Studies of the spectra of intermittent arc; or Quenched-arc lines by interrupted arc--72.14
  • Dieke, Gerhard Heinrich, 1901-1965. Lines in the far infra-red--72.17
  • Dieke, Gerhard Heinrich, 1901-1965. Spectrum of the HD- and D₂- molecules--72.18
  • Dieke, Gerhard Heinrich, 1901-1965. The structure of the band spectra of the hydrogen and helium molecule--72.19
  • Dieke, Gerhard Heinrich, 1901-1965. Die terme des Wasserstoffmoleküls--72.16
  • Dieke, Gerhard Heinrich, 1901-1965. The 3p³Σ → 2s³Σ bands of HD and D₂--73.1
  • Dieke, Gerhard Heinrich, 1901-1965. The triplet 3p complex of the hydrogen molecule--72.20
  • Dieke, Gerhard Heinrich, 1901-1965. The 2s¹Σ → 2p¹Σ bands of the hydrogen molecule--73.2
  • Dieke, Gerhard Heinrich, 1901-1965. The ¹x-level of the hydrogen molecule--73.3
  • Dillon, Teresa Joseph. The relation between hydrogen pressure and filament resistance in a tube containing glowing tungsten--73.4
  • Din, Chiragh. Testimonial for Khan Akbar--61.18
  • Dines, Lewen Henry George, 1883-1965. On the potential acquired in the natural electric field by a vertical rod standing on the ground, insulated at the bottom and carrying a collector at the top--73.5
  • Dixon, Hilda E. R., 1879- . Hilda's remarks on the family connections--72.15
  • Dolejsek, V. On the N-series of X-spectra--73.6
  • Drinkwater, John W. The determination of vacuum frequencies by the use of a reflection echelon--73.7
  • Drinkwater, John W. Notes and calculations--73.8
  • Drinkwater, John W. An objective determination of the shape of visibility curves--73.10
  • Drinkwater, John W. An objective determination of the visibility curves of a Michelson interferometer--73.9
  • Drinkwater, John W. Readings of pressure variation experiments--73.11
  • Drinkwater, John W. Trace of Dα and an enlargement of same--osf 1
  • Drinkwater, John W. Visibility curves and hyperfine structure in silver--73.12-13
  • Drinkwater, John W. Wave-length measurements--73.14
  • Drysdale, C. V. (Charles Vickery), 1874-1961. A contribution to the discussion on geometrical optics--74.1
  • Drysdale, C. V. (Charles Vickery), 1874-1961. Acoustic measuring instruments--74.1
  • Duane, William, 1872-1935. Le caractere de la radiation generale: abstract--74.2
  • Dufton, Arthur Felix. Graphic statistics--74.3
  • Dufton, Arthur Felix. Graphic statistics: abstract and discussion--74.3
  • Dutt, D. Testimonial for Kali Pada Ghose--77.2
  • Eckersley, T. L. The limiting polarization of medium waves reflected from the ionosphere--74.5
  • Eddington, Arthur Stanley, Sir, 1882-1944. Condition electriques d'une etoile: abstract--74.6
  • Eddington, Arthur Stanley, Sir, 1882-1944. The expanding universe--74.6
  • Eddington, Arthur Stanley, Sir, 1882-1944. Notes on the method of least squares--74.6
  • Eddington, Arthur Stanley, Sir, 1882-1944. Sir Arthur Eddington's recent theories: abstract and discussion--74.6
  • Ehrenhaft, Felix, 1879-1952. Unidentified work--74.7
  • Ehrenhaft, Felix, 1879-1952. Continuation of experiments with the magnetic current--74.8
  • Ehrenhaft, Felix, 1879-1952. Correspondence relating to attempts to publish papers on magnetism--74.7
  • Ehrenhaft, Felix, 1879-1952. Curriculum vitae--74.9
  • Ehrenhaft, Felix, 1879-1952. The decomposition of water by the magnet and the electric field around the magnetic current--74.10
  • Ehrenhaft, Felix, 1879-1952. List of publications--74.11
  • Ehrenhaft, Felix, 1879-1952. The magnetic counterpart of Oersted's experiment--74.12
  • Ehrenhaft, Felix, 1879-1952. The measurement of the intensity of the magnetic current--74.13
  • Ehrenhaft, Felix, 1879-1952. Photophoresis, applications and the question of the existence of true magnetism--74.14
  • Ehrenhaft, Felix, 1879-1952. Production of single magnetic poles by light--74.15
  • Ehrenhaft, Felix, 1879-1952. Production of single magnetic poles by light: summary--74.15
  • Ehrenhaft, Felix, 1879-1952. The story of a dust particle--74.16
  • Ehrenhaft, Felix, 1879-1952. Sur la physique de la matiere submicroscopique: abstract--74.17
  • El-Sherbini, Mahmoud Ahmed, 1909- . Electron reflection--74.19
  • El-Sherbini, Mahmoud Ahmed, 1909- . Electron reflection in the low energy region--74.20-22
  • El-Sherbini, Mahmoud Ahmed, 1909- . Material waves & the relation between Einstein's & Bragg's equation--74.24
  • El-Sherbini, Mahmoud Ahmed, 1909- . A simple thermal milliammeter--74.23
  • El-Sherbini, Mahmoud Ahmed, 1909- . The theory of electron reflection by metals--74.24
  • Ellis, C. D. (Charles Drummond), 1895-1980. A note on nuclear selection rules--74.18
  • Emsley, H. H. (Harold Heaton). A contribution to the discussion on geometrical optics--75.2
  • Ericson, Algot. Spectre d'étincelle condensée dans l'ultraviolet extrême jusquʹ à 88 Å--75.3
  • Essen, Louis, 1908-1997. A new form of frequency and time standard--75.4
  • Evershed, S. (Sydney), 1857-1939. Permanent magnets in theory and practice--75.5
  • Ewing, Alex W. G. (Alexander William Gordon), 1896-1980. High-frequency deafness--75.6
  • Ewing, J. A. (James Alfred), 1855-1935. Ferromagnetism and hysteresis--75.7
  • Eyles, E. D. New method of measuring the time and efficiency of photographic shutters--75.8
  • Fahmy, M. The derivation of Maxwell's equations from the equations of the quantum theory--75.10
  • Fahmy, M. A further point of analogy between the equations of the quantum theory and Maxwell's equations--75.10
  • Fahmy, M. A point of analogy between the equations of the quantum theory and Maxwell's equations--75.10
  • Faraday Society. Bristol meeting: general discussion--gf 5
  • Farnsworth, Henry Edward. Distinction between contact potential effects and true reflection coefficients for low-velocity electrons--75.11
  • Farnsworth, Henry Edward. H. C. Webster's classification--75.11
  • Feng, P. C. The longitudinal thermoelectric effect: (1) copper--75.12
  • Fenton, Henry John Horstman, 1854-1929. Testimonial for O. W. Richardson--75.9
  • Ferasah, Aziz Milad. Anomolous changes in temperature due to thermionic emission in the filaments of valves--75.13
  • Fereday, R. A. An improved method for the comparison of small magnetic susceptibilities--75.14
  • Fereday, R. A. On the magnetic susceptibilities of some nickel compounds--75.14
  • Fereday, R. A. Some measurements of magnetic susceptibilities at high temperatures--75.14
  • Ferguson, Allan, 1880-1951. A method of the determination of the specific heats of liquids, and a determination of the specific heats of aniline and benzene over the approximate range of 20° C to 50° C--75.15
  • Ferguson, Allan, 1880-1951. Notes on surface tension measurement--75.15
  • Fermi, Enrico, 1901-1954. Sur les moments magnetiques des noyaux--75.16
  • Finch, George Ingle, 1888-1970. A cathode-ray oscillographic method of measuring inductance--75.17
  • Finch, George Ingle, 1888-1970. Crystal-structure and orientation in zinc-oxide films--75.17
  • Finch, George Ingle, 1888-1970. The effect of crystal-size on lattice-dimensions--75.17
  • Finch, George Ingle, 1888-1970. A time base for the cathode-ray oscillography of irregularly recurring phenomena--75.17
  • Fincham, Edgar F. The coincidence optometer--75.18
  • Finkelnburg, Wolfgang, 1905- . Die bandensysteme im molekul-spectrum des wasserstoffs, I. Das singuletsystem--75.19
  • Finkelnburg, Wolfgang, 1905- . Die bandensysteme im molekul-spectrum des wasserstoffs, Teil II: Das triplettsystem--75.19
  • Finkelnburg, Wolfgang, 1905- . Die bandensysteme im molekul-spectrum des wasserstoffs--75.19
  • Firesa, Aziz Milad. Temperature variation of a filament due to its thermionic emission--75.20
  • Fisher, Joseph William. Unidentified work, section titled Description of the experimental arrangements--75.21
  • Fisher, Joseph William. Biographical data--75.21
  • Fisher, Joseph William. An experiment on molecular gyroscopic action--75.21
  • Fisher, Joseph William. On diamagnetic rotation--75.21
  • FitzGerald, Francis A. J. Discussion of Effects of the variations of thermal resistivities with the temperature--75.22
  • FitzGerald, Francis A. J. Experiments on heat insulation--75.22
  • Fleming, J. A. (John Ambrose), Sir, 1849-1945. Electrons and light quanta--75.23
  • Flint, H. T. (Henry Thomas), 1890-1971. Field equations of electric charges--75.25
  • Flint, H. T. (Henry Thomas), 1890-1971. In a recent paper by Dr. J. W. Fisher & the writer the theory was advanced that...--75.24
  • Flint, H. T. (Henry Thomas), 1890-1971. The indivisibility of the world line of a free particle--75.24
  • Flint, H. T. (Henry Thomas), 1890-1971. The mass of a proton--75.24
  • Flint, H. T. (Henry Thomas), 1890-1971. The masses of the proton and electron--75.24
  • Flint, H. T. (Henry Thomas), 1890-1971. Note added Dec. 11th 1927--75.24
  • Flint, H. T. (Henry Thomas), 1890-1971. Nuclear constitution--75.24
  • Flint, H. T. (Henry Thomas), 1890-1971. On the determination of the range of frequencies within the group of mechanical waves of an electron--75.26
  • Flint, H. T. (Henry Thomas), 1890-1971. On the development of the quantum equation and a possible limit to its application--75.24
  • Flint, H. T. (Henry Thomas), 1890-1971. The referee asks: What is the object of adding the term...--75.27
  • Follett, David Henry. An ultra-violet photoelectric spectrophotometer--75.30
  • Follett, David Henry. The use of microphotometric methods in divided-beam spectrophotometry--75.30
  • Foster D. Snell, Inc. Report to Ehrenhaft, Felix--100.7
  • Foster, E. W. See work with O. W. Richardson--1.6, 2.7, 12.13-14, 13.1-5, 15.13, 28.11, 29.1, gf 5
  • Foster, John Stuart. Notes--75.31
  • Fowler, R. H. (Ralph Howard), 1889-1944. The thermionic emission constant A--76.1
  • Fowler, R. H. (Ralph Howard), 1889-1944. See also work with O. W. Richardson--1.5
  • Franck, James, 1882-1964. Spectres de bandes et liaisons chimiques: abstract--76.3
  • Fredenhagen, Karl, 1877-1949. The causes of the activity of hot electrodes: summary--76.4
  • Fredenhagen, Karl, 1877-1949. The emission of negative electrons from heated metals: summary--76.4
  • Fredenhagen, Karl, 1877-1949. Emission of negative electrons from heated potassium and sodium and the activity of the vapors of these metals--76.4
  • Freedman, Paul. Experimental procedure--76.5
  • Freedman, Paul. Vacuum tube details--76.5
  • French, James Weir. A contribution to the discussion on geometrical optics--76.6
  • Frenkel, Yakov Il'ich, 1894-1952. Nouveaux developments de la theorie electronique des metaux: abstract--76.7
  • Friend, J. Newton (John Newton), 1881- . The relative corrodibilities of iron and steel--76.8
  • Gabor, Dennis, 1900-1979. Energy conversion in electronic devices--76.10
  • Gaede, Wolfgang, 1878-1945. Demonstration of a rotating mercury air pump: summary--76.11
  • Gale, Henry Gordon, 1874-1942. Wave-lengths in the secondary spectrum of hydrogen--76.12
  • Ganesan, A. S. Testimonial for B. V. Thosar--76.9
  • Gaskell, George Arthur. The nature of life--76.13
  • Gaydon, A. G. (Alfred Gordon). Colour sensations produced by ultra-violet light--76.14
  • Gehloff, Georg, 1882- . Lehrbuch der technischen physik. 1284. Classification of the independent discharges--76.15
  • Gehrts, A. Reflected and secondary rays of photo-electric cathode rays: summary--76.16
  • General Electric Company (Great Britain). Thermionic valves with dull-emitting filaments--76.17
  • George, William Herbert. Sensitivity variation of X-ray photographic films--76.18
  • Gerlach, Walther, 1889-1979. Der experimentelle nachweis des magnetischen moments des silber atoms--76.19
  • Gerlach, Walther, 1889-1979. Der experimentelle nachweis der richtungsquantelung in magnetfeld--76.19
  • Gerlach, Walther, 1889-1979. Das magnetische moment des silber atoms--76.19
  • Gerlach, Walther, 1889-1979. A new relation between magnetic and electric phenomena--76.19
  • Gerlach, Walther, 1889-1979. Sur la susceptibilite magnetique des gaz: abstract--76.19
  • Ghose, Kali Pada, 1894- . Application for admission to the University of London--77.2
  • Gianfranceschi, Giuseppe, 1875-1934. Sur la signification physique de la theorie des quanta: abstract--76.20
  • Gibbs, William E. The corrosion of a solid solution - 70/30 brass--76.21
  • Gimpel, Irena. The secondary electron emission from copper in the low primary energy region--76.22-23
  • Gimpel, Irena. The secondary electron emission from copper in the low primary energy region: synopsis--76.22-23
  • Giorgi, Giovanni, 1871-1950. L'electrodynamique de W. Ritz et la theorie balistique de la lumiere-observations critiques--76.24
  • Glazebrook, Richard, 1854-1935. The fourth unit of the Giorgie system of electrical units--76.25
  • Glazebrook, Richard, 1854-1935. Note on the three absolute systems of electrical measurements--76.25
  • Glockler, George, 1890-1969. Estimates of average bond energies and resonance energies of hydrocarbons--76.26
  • Goche, Omer. The structure of silver films--76.27
  • Gogate, D. V. Effusion phenomena in relativistic quantum statistics: detailed calculations--76.29
  • Gogate, D. V. A relativistic study of Joule-Thomson effect and adiabatic processes in a gas--76.29
  • Gold, E. Aberration of light--76.30
  • Gossling, B. S. The development of thermionic valves for naval uses--76.31
  • Green, S. E. Note on the photography of Fabry and Perat interferometer fringes by the use of a simple optical system--77.5
  • Green, S. E. The spherical shell method of determining the thermal conductivity of a thermal insulator--77.5
  • Grew, Kenneth Edmond. Thermal diffusion in deuterium mixtures--77.6
  • Griffiths, Albert. Note on the calculation of the coefficient of diffusion of salt at a definite concentration--77.7
  • Griffiths, Ezer, 1888- . The latent heat of some refrigerants--77.8
  • Griffiths, J. H. E. A circuit for counting impulses at high speeds of counting--77.9
  • Grimmett, Leonard George . A direct-reading γ-ray electroscope--77.10
  • Grimmett, Leonard George. Electrostatics--77.11
  • Grimmett, Leonard George. Heat and thermodynamics--77.10
  • Grueneisen, Eduard. Conductivite electrique et thermique dans les metaux: abstract--77.12
  • Haas, Wander Johannes de, 1878-1960. On the moment of momentum in a magnetized body--77.15
  • Hahn, Otto, 1879-1968. A study of electronics as an aid to the solution of electric power engineering problems--77.16
  • Hall, Edwin Herbert, 1855-1938. Volta a decouvert que le contact de deux metaux differents.. : abstract--77.17
  • Halliday, E. C. (Eric Clifford). The accurate determination of ionospheric equivalent heights--77.18
  • Hambuechen, Carl. . Performance of dry cells--77.19
  • Hampton, W. M. The flashing character of aerodrome floodlight beacons--77.20
  • Hansel, C. W. An contribution to the discussion on geometrical optics--77.21
  • Hanson, E. T. The dynamical theory of resonators--77.22
  • Harnack, Gustav. Auf dem wege zur Wahrheit--77.23
  • Harris, F. C. (Francis Cecil). The variation of double refraction in celluloid with the amount of permanent stretch at constant temperature and at different temperatures--77.24
  • Harrison, Edward Philip. An impedance magnetometer--77.25
  • Harrison, T. H. The photo-electric and thermionic work functions of tungsten and platinum--77.26
  • Harrison, T. H. A study of the concurrent variations in the thermionic and photo-electric emission from platinum and tungsten with the state of the surfaces of these metals--77.26
  • Harteck, Paul, 1902- . The preparation of heavy hydrogen--77.27
  • Hartridge, Hamilton, 1886- . The effect of phase-change on the cochlea--77.28
  • Hartshorn, L. (Leslie), 1895- . The frequency errors of rectifier instruments of the copper-oxide type for alternating current measurement--77.29
  • Hartshorn, L. (Leslie), 1895- . Surface resistivity measurements on solid dielectrics--77.29
  • Harvey, A. The band spectrum of beryllium monoxide--77.30
  • Harvey, J. A harmonic analyser--77.31
  • Haslam, Robert Newman Hoyles, 1909- . Report on the Stark effect for the D-lines of sodium--77.32
  • Hatfield, H. (Henry). The action of alternating and moving magnetic fields upon particles of magnetic substances--78.1
  • Hatfield, H. (Henry). A method of investigating the Hall effect--78.1
  • Heard, John Frederick, 1907- . Pressure effects in the spectra Xe I and Xe II--78.2
  • Heathcote, Niels H. de V. (Niels Hugh de Vaudrey). Nobel prize winners in physics, 1901-1950--78.3
  • Heisenberg, Werner, 1901-1976. Nouveaux resultats de la mecanique des quanta sur les proprietes des particules elementaires electriques: abstract--78.4
  • Heitler, Walter, 1904-1981. The mesotron from the theoretical point of view--78.5
  • Henderson, G. M. The reactions of liquid ethyl benzene with oxygen in glass vessels--78.6
  • Henry, P. S. H. The tube effect in sound-velocity measurements--78.7
  • Hepburn, H. C. Electro-endosmosis and electrolytic water-transport. Part II--78.8
  • Hepburn, H. C. Electrolytic water-transport and ionic transport numbers--78.8
  • Herd, J. F. (James Fleming). The generation and reception of wireless signals of short duration--78.9
  • Herd, J. F. (James Fleming). The generation and reception of wireless signals of short duration: abstract and discussion--78.9
  • Hering, Carl, 1860-1926. Effects of the variations of thermal resistivities with the temperature--78.10
  • Hering, Carl, 1860-1926. Uniformity and simplicity in electrochemical and electrothermal calculations--78.10
  • Herroun, Ed. F. Ferromagnetic ferric oxide--78.11
  • Hettinger, John, 1880- . Improvements in and relating to telegraphic and other instruments and installations--78.12
  • Hill, R. D. (Robert Dickson), 1913- . Intensity of y radiation produced by slow neutrons--78.15
  • Hill, R. D. (Robert Dickson), 1913- . Interactions of neutrons with matter--78.15
  • Hill, R. D. (Robert Dickson), 1913- . Report on practical work--78.16
  • Hilton, Harold, 1876- . Testimonial for Elizabeth Smith--78.13
  • Hoare, F. E. (Frank E.). The diamagnetic susceptibilities of dissolved and hydrated salts--78.18
  • Hoather, William Henry, 1912- . The density and coefficient of expansion of liquid gallium over a wide range of temperature--78.19
  • Hollingworth, J. The structure of the ionosphere--78.20
  • Holtsmark, Johan, 1894- . List of published papers--78.21
  • Honore, D. Testimonial for P. Rama Pisharoti--77.2
  • Hopfield, John Joseph, 1891- . Absorption and emission spectra in the region λ600-1100--78.22
  • Hopfield, John Joseph, 1891- . New spectrum of the hydrogen molecule--78.22
  • Horn, H. F. Theory of celestial mechanics and terrestrial energy--78.23
  • Hornbostel, Erich Moritz von, 1877-1935. The time-theory of sound localization: a restatement--78.24
  • Horrex, Charles, 1911-1990. The pyrolysis of dibenxyl--78.25
  • Howell, H. G. Vibration frequencies & the periodic table--78.26
  • Hughes, J. V. On the spurious ring exhibited by flourescent screens--78.27
  • Hull, Gordon Ferrie, 1870- . Notes on the pressure of radiation--79.1
  • Hull, R. A. Transmission of light through a pile of parallel plates--79.2
  • Humby, S. C. A contribution to the discussion on geometrical optics--79.3
  • Hund, Friedrich, 1896-1997. Chemical binding--79.4
  • Hussain, S. L. Absorption spectra and photodissociation of halides and osyhalides of sulphur, selenium and tellurium--79.5
  • Hyman, Hugh Harvey, 1896- . Molecular constants of hydrogen--79.6
  • Hyman, Hugh Harvey, 1896- . The moment of inertia of hydrogen in the normal state--79.6
  • Hyman, Hugh Harvey, 1896- . The resonance (B-A) band system of the hydrogen molecule--79.6
  • Ibbs, Thomas L. The influence of low temperatures on the thermal diffusion effect--79.8
  • Ibbs, Thomas L. Thermal diffusion at low temperatures--79.8
  • Ichinohe, Riujiro. Unilateral electrical conductivity in a vacuum bulb containing an incandescent metallic filament--79.9
  • Iles, W. G. The behavior of a single hair hygrometer under varying conditions of temperature and humidity--79.10
  • Imanishi, Sunao, 1899-1969. See work with O. W. Richardson--19.9
  • Irons, Eric John, 1903- . A falling-weight time switch: its standardization and application to the determination of the time constant of an inductive circuit--79.13
  • Islamia College, Lahore (Pakistan). Testimonial for Khan Akbar--61.18
  • Jack, David, 1896-1975. The band spectrum of water vapour: abstract--79.15
  • Jack, David, 1896-1975. The band spectrum of water vapour, II--79.15
  • Janet, Paul, 1863-1937. Resume de la communication de M. Paul Janet--79.16
  • Jay, A. H. The estimation of small differences in X-ray wave-lengths by the powder method--79.17
  • Jay, A. H. A high temperature X-ray camera for precision measurements--79.17
  • Jeans, James, 1877-1946. Endowments Committee: Memorandum--79.18
  • Jeans, James, 1877-1946. Joule Fund--79.18
  • Jeans, James, 1877-1946. Report H. A. Jahn--79.18
  • Jeffreys, Harold, Sir, 1891- . Time and amplitude relations in seismology--79.19
  • Jenkins, R. O. (Ronald Osmond). Oxide films on liquid metals studied by means of electron-diffraction--79.20
  • Jenkins, Walter A. Testimonials for Kali Pada Ghose--77.2
  • Jevons, Wilfred. The band spectrum of lanthanum monoxide--79.21
  • Jevons, Wilfred. The ultra-violet band-system of germanium monoxide--79.21
  • Jevons, Wilfred. Ultra-violet band-systems of GeCl and Gebr--79.21
  • Jevons, Wilfred. Ultra-violet band-systems of SiCl--79.21
  • Jevons, Wilfred. Ultra-violet band systems of SnBr and SiBr--79.21
  • Johnson, Arden Richard. On the nature of zinc cementizing (sherardizing)--79.22
  • Johnson, B. K. (Benjamin King), 1896- . Resolving power tests on microscope objectives used with ultra-violet radiation--79.23
  • Johnson, B. K. (Benjamin King), 1896- . Sources of illumination for ultra-violet microscopy--79.23
  • Johnson, Martin, 1896-1983. The adsorption of hydrogen, and other molecular problems in vacuo--79.24
  • Johnson, Martin, 1896-1983. Assessor's report by the University of Birmingham--79.24
  • Johnson, Martin, 1896-1983. Doppler effects and intensities of lines in the molecular spectrum of hydrogen positive rays--79.24
  • Johnson, Martin, 1896-1983. The effect of photosensitized mercury vapour on the walls of silica vacuum tubes--79.24
  • Johnson, Martin, 1896-1983. Models of the superposition and interpenetration of components in gas mixtures adsorbed upon thermionic, photoelectric, and catalytic surfaces: Part I, Principles--79.24
  • Johnson, Martin, 1896-1983. Surface heating by neutralised positive rays before and after return to normal state--79.24
  • Johnson, Raynor Carey. Application for the Chair of Experimental Physics at Queen's University, Belfast--79.25
  • Jones, E. G. The hyperfine structure of perturbed series--79.6
  • Jones, E. G. A note on the hyperfine structure in the arc spectrum of xenon--79.6
  • Jones, H. The phase boundaries in binary alloys, Part 1: The equilibrium between liquid and solid phases--79.28
  • Jones, H. The phase boundaries in binary alloys, Part 2: The theory of the α+β phase boundaries--79.28
  • Jones, J. Herbert. The kinetic energy of electrons emitted from a tungsten filament: summary--79.29
  • Kapitsa, P. L. (Petr Leonidovich), 1894-1984. Experimental research in strong magnetic fields--79.30
  • Kapitsa, P. L. (Petr Leonidovich), 1894-1984. Methods of experimenting in strong magnetic fields--79.30
  • Kar, K. C. (Kulesh Chandra), 1899?- . The theory of intermittent action and series spectra--79.31
  • Kemp, C. F. B. Some properties of the sound emitted by airscrews--80.1
  • Kennelly, Arthur E. (Arthur Edwin), 1861-1939. L'attenuation normale dans les reseaux conducteurs d'electricite: abstract--80.2
  • Khan, Ajab. Testimonial for Khan Akbar--61.18
  • Khan, Muzaffar. Testimonial for Khan Akbar--61.18
  • King, Albert Wilson. Let us next test the second Maxwellian equation...--80.3
  • Kingslake, Rudolf. The knife-edge test for spherical aberration--80.4
  • Kistiakowsky, George B. (George Bogdan), 1900-1982. Ethane-ethylene and propane-propylene equilibria--80.5
  • Kitchlu, P. K. Testimonial for Khan Akbar--61.18
  • Kleeman, Richard D. (Richard Daniel). The absolute zeros of the externally controllable internal energy and entropy of a substance or mixture--80.6
  • Kloss, C. A. Relations between the fundamental physical constants--80.7
  • Kondrat'ev, V. N. (Viktor Nikolaevich), 1902-1979. The recombination spectra of halogens and the probability of molecular formation from the atoms--80.8
  • Kooyman, Eduard Cornelis. Structural factors governing the reactivities of a-methylenic groups towards active free radicals--80.9
  • Kotisvaram, P., 1915- . Application for the Degree of Doctorate in Science at the University of Madras--80.10
  • Kowalke, O. L. (Otto Louis), 1878- . The volatility of zinc oxide--80.11
  • Kronig, R. (Ralph), 1904- . Intensitäten in den spektren zwieatomiger moleküle bei entkopplung des elektronenbahnimpulses--80.13
  • La Rosa, Michele, 1880-1933. Sur l'applicabilite du principe balistique a la vitesse de la lumiere: abstract--80.21
  • Laby, T. H. (Thomas Howell), 1880-1946. The effect of the aeration of the water used in the determination of the mechanical equivalent of heat--80.15
  • Lacount, Reginald Gage. Interferometer wave-lengths in the secondary spectrum of hydrogen--80.16
  • Lal, Prakash. Testimonial for Khan Akbar--61.18
  • Landahl, Herbert Daniel, 1913- . Interferometer measurements of wave-lengths in H₂ bands--80.17
  • Langmuir, Irving, 1881-1957. Decharges electriques dans les gaz a basse pression: abstract--80.19
  • Langmuir, Irving, 1881-1957. The effect of space charge and residual gases on thermionic currents in high vacuum--80.19
  • Langstroth, George Otty, 1905- . The excitation of band systems by electron impact--80.20
  • Laue, Max von, 1879-1960. L'influence de la temperature sur l'interferance des rayons x--80.18
  • Lazareff, P. Sur la theorie electrique de la vision: abstract--80.22
  • Lederer, Ernst Anton, 1895- . Improvements in electric rare gas illuminating lamps--80.24
  • Lederer, Ernst Anton, 1895- . Improvements in electric rare gas illuminating lamps: statutory declaration--80.24
  • Leigh-Smith, Alice. Interchange of heavy atoms in metallic methyls--80.25
  • Leigh-Smith, Alice. Radioactive vapours: Their preparation and their application to the investigation of low energy β-rays in the expansion chamber--80.25
  • Lenard, Philipp, 1862-1947. Production of cathode rays by ultra-violet light: summary--80.27
  • Lennard-Jones, J. E. (John Edward), 1894- . A survey of the principles determining the structure and properties of molecules. Part I: The factors responsible for molecular shape and bond energies--80.28
  • Lessheim, Hans. The linkage of CO₂ and CO--80.29
  • Levi-Civita, Tullio, 1873-1941. Civita sur les invariants adiabatiques: abstract--80.30
  • Levick, R. B. M. A criticism of the theory of relativity: an alternative. Addenda and corrigenda--80.31
  • Levy, H. (Hyman), 1889- . On the combination of observational data--80.32
  • Lewis, Allen James. The absolute measurement of the viscosity of liquid tin--80.33
  • Leyshon, W. A. (Winifred Agnes). Characteristics of discharge tubes under"flashing" conditions as determined by means of the cathode ray oscillograph--80.34
  • Leyshon, W. A. (Winifred Agnes). On a new type of electronic oscillator tube with parallel plane grids--80.34
  • Leyshon, W. A. (Winifred Agnes). On periodic movements of the negative glow in discharge tubes--80.34
  • Leyshon, W. A. (Winifred Agnes). Some experiments on electronic oscillations--80.34
  • Li, M. K. The longitudinal thermoelectric effect: III. aluminum--80.36
  • Lilienfeld, Julius Edgar, 1882-1963. The conduction of electrcity in extreme vacua--80.37
  • Lilienfeld, Julius Edgar, 1882-1963. The conduction of electrcity in extreme vacua. IV. Results of experimental observations--80.37
  • Lilienfeld, Julius Edgar, 1882-1963. The conduction of electrcity in extreme vacua. III. The apparatus--80.37
  • Lilienfeld, Julius Edgar, 1882-1963. The conduction of electrcity in extreme vacua: diagram 20--80.37
  • Lilienfeld, Julius Edgar, 1882-1963. Wehnelt cathode in high vacuum. A remark to the article of Fred Soddy--80.37
  • Liquier-Milward, Jeanne. Magnetic susceptibility of cerium chloride in aqueous solution and its variation with temperature--81.2
  • Liveing, G. D. (George Downing), 1827-1924. Testimonial for O. W. Richardson--81.3
  • Llewellyn-Jones, F. (Frank), 1907- . Electron energies and excitation in the helium positive column--79.27
  • Llewellyn-Jones, F. (Frank), 1907- . The energy of agitation of positive ions in argon--79.27
  • Llewellyn-Jones, F. (Frank), 1907- . Secondary emission from copper due to slow positive ions of argon--79.27
  • Llewellyn-Jones, F. (Frank), 1907- . The sparking potential of mercury vapour--79.27
  • Lock, C. N. H. (Christopher Noel Hunter). The equations of motion of a viscous fluid in tensor notation--81.5
  • London, Fritz, 1900-1954. Testimonial for Lorenz Frank--81.4
  • Long, R. G. Biographical data--82.8
  • Lorentz, H. A. (Hendrik Antoon), 1853-1928. Notes sur la theorie des electrons--82.9
  • Lorentz, H. A. (Hendrik Antoon), 1853-1928. Sur la rotation des electrons: abstract--82.9
  • Lovell, Bernard, 1913-2012. The electrical conductivity of thin films of the alkali metals spontaneously deposited on glass surfaces--82.10
  • Lowater, F. The band spectrum of zirconium oxide--82.11
  • Lowery, Harry, 1896- . On the optical constants of alloys of the copper-zinc system--82.12
  • McCleery, D. K. . The fall of potential in a charged insulated cable--82.14
  • MacDonald, J. K. L. A theory of some electron-levels in H₂--82.15
  • MacDonald, J. K. L. Theory of uncoupling and formula for the Stark effect in H₂--82.15
  • MacDonald, J. K. L. Values of E--82.15
  • McDowell, Charles A. The ionization and dissociation of molecules by electron impact--82.16
  • MacGregor-Morris, John Turner, 1872- . A spectrographic examination of arcs between plain soot carbons and its connection with the candle-power per ampere of the positive crater--82.17
  • McKay, A. T. Further study of diffusion for the infinite plane sheet--82.18
  • McLachlan, N. W. (Norman William), 1888- . The accession to inertia of flexible discs vibrating in a fluid--82.19
  • McLachlan, N. W. (Norman William), 1888- . The axial sound-pressure due to diaphragms with nodal lines--82.19
  • McLachlan, N. W. (Norman William), 1888- . On the effective mass of flexible discs and conical diaphragms used for sound reproduction--82.19
  • McLachlan, N. W. (Norman William), 1888- . On the symmetrical modes of vibration of truncated conical shells; with applications to loud-speaker diaphragms--82.19
  • McLachlan, N. W. (Norman William), 1888- . Spherical sound-waves of finite amplitude--82.19
  • McLennan, J. C. (John Cunningham), 1867-1935. The Raman effect with liquid oxygen, nitrogen, and hydrogen--82.20
  • McLennan, J. C. (John Cunningham), 1867-1935. The secondary spectrum of hydrogen at very low temperatures--82.20
  • McLennan, J. C. (John Cunningham), 1867-1935. Le spectre d l'aurore boreale: abstract--82.20
  • McPetrie, J. S. (James Stuart). A determination of the electrial constants of the earth's surface at wave-lengths of 1.4 and 0.46 m.--82.21
  • Maddock, A. J. Absolute intensities in the spectrum of a low-pressure quartz mercury-vapour discharge burner--82.22
  • Maddock, A. J. Absolute intensities in the spectrum of quartz mercury arcs and their variation with temperature-changes of the surrounding air--82.22
  • Maddock, A. J. The generation of current pulses of rectangular wave-form--82.22
  • Mahanti, P. C. The band spectrum of barium oxide--82.23
  • Mahanti, P. C. The band spectrum of vanadium oxide--82.23
  • Majorana, Quirino. Radiotelephonie par rayons ultra-violets: abstract--83.1
  • Majumdar, V. A. Testimonial for Riaz Ahmad--36.13, 77.2
  • Manley, J. J. The determination of refractivity temperature coefficients for liquids--83.2
  • Manley, J. J. A new precision tintometer--83.2
  • Marcotte, Frank B., 1923- . The reactions of radicals from acetone with oxygen--83.4
  • Marsh, Sydney. The characteristics of a Geissler tube containing a Wehnelt cathode--83.5
  • Marsh, Sydney. Extracts from the dissertation--83.5
  • Marsh, Sydney. Summary of some points under discussion on Friday, Dec. 1st, 1916--83.5
  • Martin, L. C. (Louis Claude). The theory of the microscope--83.6
  • Martin, L. C. (Louis Claude). The theory of the microscope, II: Dark-ground illumination--83.6
  • Marton, L. (Ladislaus), 1901- . Note de Monsieur Lasislas Marton--83.3
  • Marton, L. (Ladislaus), 1901- . Travaux de Ladislas Martin--83.3
  • Martyn, D. F. (David Forbes), 1906- . Long-distance observations of radio waves of medium frequencies--83.7
  • Martyn, D. F. (David Forbes), 1906- . The propagation of medium radio waves in the ionosphere--83.7
  • Massey, Harrie Stewart Wilson, Sir. List of published papers--83.8
  • Mathers, Frank Curry, 1881- . The effect of addition substances in lead plating baths--83.9
  • Mathers, Frank Curry, 1881- . Preparation of perchloric acid--83.9
  • Mathur, S. B. L. Testimonial for Riaz Ahmad--36.13, 77.2
  • May, J. (John). The propagation of supersonics in capillary tubes--83.11
  • Mecke, Reinhard, 1895- . Die bandensysteme des Wasserstoff-molekuls--83.12
  • Melville, H. W. (Harry Work). The kinetics of the interaction of trichloromethyl radicals with cyclohexane--83.13
  • Mercer, E. H. (Edgar Howard), 1919- . Spreading of paraffin oils containing fatty acids on aqueous solutions of calcium ions--83.14
  • Merton, Thomas Ralph, Sir, 1888- . See work with O. W. Richardson--20.5
  • Meyer, Erwin, 1899- . Analysis of noises and musical sounds--83.15
  • Miller, H. (Harold), 1909-1995. The electrical reproduction of images by the photoconducive effect--83.16
  • Miller, W. Lash (William Lash), 1866-1940. The influence of diffusion on electromotive force produced in solutions by centrifugal action--83.17
  • Millikan, Robert Andrews, 1868-1953. The influence of temperature upon photoelectric effects: summary--83.18
  • Millikan, Robert Andrews, 1868-1953. Rayons cosmiques: abstract--83.18
  • Millington, G. Attenuation and group retardation in the ionosphere--83.19
  • Millington, G. Ionization charts of the upper atmosphere--83.19
  • Millington, G. Ionization charts of the upper atmosphere, Part II--83.19
  • Minhaj-ud-Din. Testimonial for Khan Akbar--61.18
  • Mitchell, Kenneth, 1911- . The theory of the surface photo-electric effect in metals - II--83.20
  • Moon, Philip Burton. Note on the neutrality of the neutron--83.21
  • Moon, Philip Burton. On the passage of neutrons through paraffin wax--83.21
  • Moore, H. (Harry), 1887-1960. Obituary notice of Sir Herbert Jackson--83.22
  • Moore, L. A contribution to the discussion on geometrical optics--83.23
  • Morris-Airey, Harold. The development of naval high-power valves--83.24
  • Mosharrafa, A. M. The generalized quantum conditions and the hypothesis of half quanta--83.26
  • Mosharrafa, A. M. List of publications--83.27
  • Mosharrafa, A. M. Material and radiational waves (continual)--83.28
  • Mosharrafa, A. M. Matter and radiation as propagated discontinuities--83.29
  • Mosharrafa, A. M. The motion of a Lorentz electron as a wave phenomenon--83.30
  • Mosharrafa, A. M. On the quantum dynamics of degenerate systems--83.31
  • Mosharrafa, A. M. Wave mechanics and the dual aspect of matter and radiation--83.32
  • Moss, Eric Beecroft, 1902- . An automatic photo-electric photometer--83.33
  • Moss, Eric Beecroft, 1902- . A ballister recorder for small electric currents--83.33
  • Mott, N. F. (Nevill Francis), Sir, 1905- . The energy of the superlattice in B brass--84.1
  • Mott, N. F. (Nevill Francis), Sir, 1905- . Note on the theory of photo-conductivity--84.1
  • Mott, N. F. (Nevill Francis), Sir, 1905- . The theoretical interpretation of the optical constants of copper-zinc alloys--84.1
  • Mulcahy, M. F. R. The kinetics of oxidation of hydrocarbons in the gas phase. A theory of the low-temperature mechanism--84.2
  • Mulliken, Robert Sanderson. Band spectra and atomic nuclei--84.3
  • Mulliken, Robert Sanderson. I should like to make some comments...--84.4
  • Mulliken, Robert Sanderson. Proposed symbolism for molecular spectra (diatomic molecules)--84.5
  • Mulliken, Robert Sanderson. Report on notation for spectra of diatomic molecules--84.6
  • Mulliken, Robert Sanderson. This letter is intended to supplement the one sent under date...--84.7
  • Mutlow, Winifred A. Biographical data--84.8
  • Naidu, R. The B-ray spectra of some induced radioactive elements resulting from neutron bombardment--84.10
  • Naismith, R. (Robert), 1901-1973. A comparison of the frequency-change and group-retardation methods of measuring ionized-layer equivalent heights--84.11
  • Naismith, R. (Robert), 1901-1973. A comparison of the frequency-change and group-retardation methods of measuring ionized-layer equivalent heights: abstract and discussion--63.31
  • Naismith, R. (Robert), 1901-1973. Ionospheric conditions during the solar eclipse of 19 June 1936--84.12
  • Nakaya, Ukichiro, 1900-1962. On the emission of soft x-rays by different elements, with reference to the effect of adsorbed gas--84.13
  • Narayan, A. L., 1890- . A note on λ4722 of bismuth and the nature of"raies ultimes"--84.14
  • Narayan, A. L., 1890- . On the absorption and series spectra of nickel--84.15
  • Nasr, Abbas Aly. Vacuum wave-length measurements in the argon spectrum by means of the reflection echelon--84.16
  • Nasr, Abbas Aly. Vacuum wave-length measurements in the argon spectrum by means of the reflection echelon grating: summary--84.16
  • Nelson, J. H. Anomalous trichromatism and its relation to normal trichromatism--85.4
  • Nelson, J. H. The colour-vison characteristics of a trichromat, Part 2--85.5
  • Nettleton, Harold Redmayne, 1884- . The absolute measurement of electrical resistance by a new rotating-coil method--85.6
  • Nettleton, Harold Redmayne, 1884- . The measurement of electrical resistance in terms of a mutual inductance and a period--85.6
  • Nettleton, Harold Redmayne, 1884- . A sensitive rotating-coil magnetometer--85.6
  • Newbold, A. A. See work with O. W. Richardson--2.1, 3.6, 4.1, 23.1, 23.10, 29.15, 30.1, 30-2-3, 30.4
  • Nicol, J. Audion research--85.7
  • Nicol, J. See also work with O. W. Richardson--31.1-4
  • Nugent, T. C. The scattering of light by particles of metallic oxides dispersed in dry air--85.10
  • Nunn May, Alan, 1911-2003. The extinction of discharges in Geiger-Muller counters--83.10
  • Nuttall, J. M. (John Mitchell), 1890-1958. A method of examining spectroscopic photographs--85.11
  • Oatley, Charles William 1904-1996. A negative-resistance device and its application to harmonic analysis--85.13
  • Oosterhoff, Luitzen Johannes. The isomers of cyclohexane. Part II.--85.14
  • Oosterhoff, Luitzen Johannes. Restricted rotation in ethane, Part I--85.14
  • Ornstein, L. S. (Leonard Salomon), 1880-1941. Intensity measurements in the secondary spectrum of hydrogen--85.15
  • Owen, D. Note on the bar pendulum--85.16
  • Owen, E. A. (Edwin Augustine), 1887-1973. X-ray investigation of pure iron-nickel alloys. Part 1: thermal expansion of alloys rich in nickel--85.17
  • Oxley, A. E. On the transformations of pure iron--85.18
  • Paget, Richard, 1869- . Audition in relation to speech, and the production of speech sounds by the human vocal apparatus, by acoustical or electrical resonators and by musical instruments--85.20
  • Palmer, Lionel Stanley, 1891- . The action of a tuned rectangular frame aerial when transmitting short waves--85.22
  • Palmer, Lionel Stanley, 1891- . The current variation in a short-wave square frame aerial revolving in its own plane--85.22
  • Palmer, Lionel Stanley, 1891- . The current-distribution round a short-wave frame aerial--85.22
  • Palmer, Lionel Stanley, 1891- . On a theory of the action of rectangular short-wave frame aerials--85.22
  • Palmer, Lionel Stanley, 1891- . Some experiments with ultra-short wireless waves in water. demonstration given on October 20, 1933--85.22
  • Panjab University. Testimonial for Khan Akbar--61.18
  • Paranjpe, G. R. Testimonial for Riaz Ahmad--36.13, 77.2
  • Paris, E. T. The determination of the acoustical characteristics of singly-resonant hot-wire microphones--85.23
  • Parker, R. C. The smoke method of measuring supersonic velocities--85.24
  • Parti, Y. P. Absorption spectra of some carbon and tin halides in the vapour state--85.25
  • Paschen, F. (Friedrich), 1865-1947. Les sources lumineuses pour la spectroscopie: abstract--85.19
  • Patkowski, Józef, 1887-1942. The isotope effect in the absorption spectrum of ICL--85.26
  • Pauli, Wolfgang, 1900-1958. Bericht über die allegemeinen eigenschaften der elementarteilchen--85.27
  • Pauli, Wolfgang, 1900-1958. Les theories quantique de magnétisme l'électron magnetique--85.28
  • Pearse, R. W. B. (Reginald William Blake). The spectrum of manganese hydride, MnH--85.29
  • Pearson, E. B. On the behaviour of suspended particles in air, and the velocity of sound at supersonic frequencies--85.30
  • Peddie, W. (William), 1861-1946. The interrelations of magnetization and temperature in crystals--85.31
  • Pegler, Geoffrey David. A dynamometer null method of measuring the inductance and the effective resistance of iron-cored chokes carrying direct current--85.32
  • Peierls, Rudolf E. (Rudolf Ernst), 1907-1995. The fundamental paradox of the quantum theory--86.1
  • Peierls, Rudolf E. (Rudolf Ernst), 1907-1995. Self-energy problems--86.2
  • Penman, H. L. (Howard Latimer), -1984. The effect of temperature on supersonic dispersion in gases--86.3
  • Penney, William George Penney, Baron, 1909-1991. A note on the twisting-frequency in ethylene--86.4
  • Perfect, D. S. A method of eliminating the effects of magnetic disturbance in highly sensitive galvanometers--86.5
  • Perry, J. W. Monochromators for purposes of irradiation--86.6
  • Perucca, Eligio, 1890-1965. Effet triboelectrique et effet Volta: abstract--86.7
  • Petrie, Douglas P. R. Report of research for year ending May 31, 1935--86.8
  • Philip, Arnold. The zinc-copper-couple hypothesis of brass corrosion--86.9
  • Piddington, J. H. (Jack Hobart). The origin of radio-wave reflections in the troposphere--87.10
  • Pisharoty, P. R. Application for admission to University of London--77.2
  • Pitzer, Kenneth S. (Kenneth Sanborn), 1914-1997. Potential energies for rotation about single bonds--87.11
  • Planck, Max, 1858-1947. Sur la difference de potentiel dans les solutions diluees: abstract--87.13
  • Potter, Harold Herbert, 1900- . The distribution of velocities among the electrons emitted by hot platinum in an atmosphere of hydrogen--87.14
  • Potter, Harold Herbert, 1900- . Note on the gravitational acceleration of bismuth--87.15
  • Potter, Harold Herbert, 1900- . Some experiments on the proportionality of mass and weight--87.16
  • Powell, F. C. (Frank Charles). The change in size of a ferro-magnetic at the Curie point--87.17
  • Powell, R. W. Further measurements of the thermal and electrical conductivity of iron at high temperature--87.18-19
  • Powell, R. W. The thermal and electrical conductivity of metals and alloys: Part 1, iron from 0° to 800° C--87.18-19
  • Powell, R. W. The thermal and electrical conductivity of metals and alloys: Part 2, some heat-resistant alloys from 0° to 800° C--87.18-19
  • Powell, R. W. The thermal and electrical conductivity of a sample of Acheson graphite from 0° to 800° C--87.18-19
  • Powell, R. W. The use of thermocouples for psychrometric purposes--87.18-19
  • Preston, John Silvey, 1905- . The illumination-response characteristics of vacuum photoelectric cells of the Elster-Geitel type--87.20
  • Pretty, W. E. Pressure shifts in line spectra of gases: I. Spectrum of ionised nitrogen, N11--87.21
  • Pretty, W. E. The Swan band spectrum of carbon--87.21
  • Price, William Charles, 1909- . Theoretical intensities in the spectrum of H₂--87.22
  • Pring, John Norman, 1884- . The ionisation produced by carbon at high temperatures: summary--87.23
  • Quarrell, Arthur George, 1910- . Structural changes during the growth of metal films--87.25
  • Railston, W. The effect of pressure on supersonic dispersion in gases--87.26
  • Ram, Mela. Testimonial for Mahabir Dial Mathur--87.27
  • Raman, C. V., 1888-1970. On the diffraction of light by spherical obstacles--87.28
  • Raman, C. V., 1888-1970. Report on paper submitted by Mr. S. Parthasarathy for the Degree of Doctor of Science of the University of Bombay--87.28
  • Ramsauer, Carl, 1879-1955. Ungültigkeitserklarung der arbeit von E. Rupp--87.29
  • Randolph, C. P. The thermal resistivity of insulating materials--88.1
  • Rankine, Alexander Oliver, 1881-1956. Note on the behaviour of the Eotvos gravity balance in fluctuating gravitational fields--88.2
  • Rankine, Alexander Oliver, 1881-1956. On the representation and calculation of the results of gravity surveys with torsion balances--88.2
  • Rankine, Alexander Oliver, 1881-1956. A simple method of demonstrating the paramagnetism and diamagnetism of substances in magnetic fields of low intensity--88.2
  • Rankine, Alexander Oliver, 1881-1956. Some observations with a gravity-gradiometer--88.2
  • Rankine, Alexander Oliver, 1881-1956. Visit of A. O. Rankine to King's College--88.2
  • Rao, A. S. The first spark spectrum of arsenic (As II)--88.4
  • Rao, A. S. Further investigation of the arc spectrum of arsenic--88.4
  • Rao, A. S. The spectra of Br V, Br VI and Br VII--88.4
  • Rao, A. S. The spectrum of trebly-ionized bromine, Br IV--88.4
  • Rao, I. Ramakrishna, 1901- . Biographical data--88.5
  • Rao, I. Ramakrishna, 1901- . Nature of solution as studied by Raman effect--88.6
  • Rao, K. R. (Kotcherlakota Rangadhama), 1898-1972. The spectrum of doubly-ionised arsenic--88.7
  • Rao, K. R. (Kotcherlakota Rangadhama), 1898-1972. The spectrum of trebly-ionised thallium (Tl IV)--88.7
  • Rao, Subbarao Ramachandra, 1899- . Further studies on soft x-rays and secondary electron emission--88.8
  • Rao, Subbarao Ramachandra, 1899- . The magnetic properties of nickel colloids--88.9
  • Rao, Subbarao Ramachandra, 1899- . Magnetism and cold-working in metals. Part I - poly-crystals--88.10
  • Rao, Subbarao Ramachandra, 1899- . Magnetism and cold-working in metals. Part II - Single crystals of bismuth, zinc and tin--88.11
  • Rao, Subbarao Ramachandra, 1899- . Soft x-rays and secondary electron emission--88.12
  • Rao, Subbarao Ramachandra, 1899- . Soft x-rays and secondary electron emission: abstract and table of contents--88.12
  • Rao, Subbarao Ramachandra, 1899- . Soft x-rays and secondary electron emission from a single crystal face of nickel--88.13
  • Rao, Subbarao Ramachandra, 1899- . Total intensity of soft x-radiation from metal faces--88.14
  • Rao, Subbarao Ramachandra, 1899- . Velocity distribution curves of secondary electrons--88.15, 89.1
  • Rao, Subbarao Ramachandra, 1899- . See also work with O. W. Richardson--23.7
  • Rasetti, Franco, 1901-2001. Incoherent scattered radiation in diatomic molecules--89.2
  • Ratcliffe, J. A. (John Ashworth). An automatic recording method for wireless investigations of the ionosphere--89.3
  • Rawlins, F. I. G. (Francis Ian Gregory), 1895-1969. Visible absorption spectra in some crystalline salts of the rare earths--89.4
  • Rayleigh, Robert John Strutt, Baron, 1875-1947. Further experiments in illustration of the green flash at sunset--89.5
  • Rayner, E. H. Intensive life tests on valves: note--89.6
  • Reason, Richard Edmund. The development of the Fincham coincidence optometer--89.7
  • Richards, Joseph W. (Joseph William), 1864-1921. Gas circulation in electrical reduction furnaces--89.9
  • Richards, R. C. Report on the gravitation experiment--89.10
  • Richards, Terence Charles. The elastic constants of rocks with seismic applications: abstract and discussion--89.11
  • Richards, Terence Charles. On the elastic constants of rocks, with a seismic application--89.11
  • Richardson, Lewis F., 1881-1953. A new type of practical examination, designed to be a fair competition--89.15
  • Richardson, Lewis F., 1881-1953. Time-marking a cathode-ray oscillograph by harmonics--89.15
  • Richardson, Lewis F., 1881-1953. Time-marking a cathode-ray oscillogram--89.15
  • Rideal, Eric K. (Eric Keightley), Sir, 1890- . See work with O. W. Richardson--2.4
  • Robertson, Frederick Steell, 1876- . Abstracts from papers on low temperature emission from oxide coated filaments in a vapour of an alkali metal--91.11
  • Robertson, Frederick Steell, 1876- . Autobiographical notes--91.11
  • Robertson, Frederick Steell, 1876- . Heat, magnetism, etc.--91.11
  • Robertson, Frederick Steell, 1876- . The invaluable agent of our best knowledge of the environing world...--91.11
  • Robertson, Frederick Steell, 1876- . Note on a method of demonstrating the retroactive property of a thermionic valve oscillator--91.11
  • Robertson, Frederick Steell, 1876- . Notes on correspondence between Aimer and Great Britain Ministry--91.11
  • Robertson, Frederick Steell, 1876- . The pliotron oscillator--91.11
  • Robertson, Frederick Steell, 1876- . A simple account of what takes place in a wireless valve--91.11
  • Robertson, Frederick Steell, 1876- . Soft X-ray experiments--92.1
  • Robertson, Frederick Steell, 1876- . Soft X-ray experiments using targets made from mineral--92.2-3
  • Robertson, Frederick Steell, 1876- . Some thermionic devices and their applications--92.4
  • Robertson, Frederick Steell, 1876- . A thermionic tube slopemeter--91.11
  • Robertson, Frederick Steell, 1876- . See also works with O. W. Richardson--3.3, 3.6, 4.7-8, 8.11, 9.12, 10.1-4, 11.1, 11.2-7, 12.3, 21.15, 22.8, 22.9, 22.11, 31.1-4
  • Robertson, Robert, 1869-1949. Photograph of bands--92.5
  • Rogers, F. J. See work with O. W. Richardson--21.3
  • Rogers, James Stanley. Further experiments on the photographic action of gamma rays and on their absorption coefficients--92.7
  • Rogers, James Stanley. The photographic effects of gamma-rays--92.7
  • Rogers, James Stanley. The photographic measurement of the absorption coefficients of gamma-rays from radium (B+C)--92.7
  • Rogers, James Stanley. The photographic measurement of the absorption coefficients of gamma-rays from radium (B+C): abstract and discussion--92.7
  • Rollin, Bernard Vincent. A combined hydrogen and helium liquefier--92.8
  • Rosenfeld, L. (Leon), 1904-1974. Problems of nuclear forces--92.9
  • Roy, S. C. Distinction between the action of radiation on a system in temperature equilibrium an the action of high temperature radiation on a cold system--92.10
  • Roy, S. C. On the law and mechanism of monomolecular re-action--92.10
  • Roy, S. C. On the opacity of stellar material--92.10
  • Roy, S. C. On thermionic emission and the auto-photoelectric emission--92.10
  • Roy, S. C. Soft X-rays--92.12
  • Roy, S. C. Soft X-rays from tungsten--92.13
  • Roy, S. C. See also work with O. W. Richardson--23.8-9
  • Royal Institute of Science, Bombay. Certificate for Riaz Ahmad--77.2
  • Rudberg, Erik, 1891- . Characteristic energy losses of electrons scattered from incandescent solids--98.7
  • Rudberg, Erik, 1891- . Report on research concerning the photoelectric emission caused by soft X-rays--98.7
  • Rutherford, Ernest, 1871-1937. Discovery and properties of the electron: four lectures / synopsis--98.8
  • Rutherford, Ernest, 1871-1937. The mass and velocity of the particles expelled from radium and actinum: summary--98.8
  • Rutherford, Ernest, 1871-1937. Report on the structure of the atom--98.8
  • Rutherford, Ernest, 1871-1937. Sur la structure des atomes radioactifs et l'origine des rayons: abstract--98.8
  • Rymer, T. B. The emission of positive ions by platinum when heated in oxygen--98.9
  • Rymer, T. B. Ion trapping plates--98.9
  • Rymer, T. B. Notes on the soft X-ray experiments--98.10
  • Rymer, T. B. Pressure of wax vapour in presence of charcoal cooled in liquid air--98.9
  • Rymer, T. B. Studies in the spectrum of molecular hydrogen--98.11
  • Rymer, T. B. See also works with O. W. Richardson--26.10-22, 27.1-2
  • Saayman, Edmund Hugo. A study of the motion of slow electrons in gases, including a critical comparison of methods and results--98.12
  • Saha, Meghnad, 1893-1956. L'explication des spectres compliques: abstract--99.1
  • Saha, Meghnad, 1893-1956. On the fundamental law of electrical action--99.1
  • Sambursky, Samuel, 1900- . Publications--99.2
  • Sandeman, Ian. Bands in hydrogen related to the Fulcher system--99.3
  • Sandeman, Ian. The Fulcher bands of hydrogen--99.4
  • Sandeman, Ian. The mathematical representation of the energy levels of the secondary spectrum of hydrogen--99.5
  • Sandeman, Ian. The mathematical representation of the energy levels of the secondary spectrum of hydrogen. II--99.5
  • Sandeman, Ian. The mathematical representation of the energy levels of the secondary spectrum of hydrogen. III--99.5
  • Sandeman, Ian. The molecular spectra of the hydrogen isotopes. II. The assumption of a common potential function for the isotopic states--99.6
  • Sandeman, Ian. The 2p³ bands of hydrogen--99.7
  • Sargent, B. W. (Bernice Weldon), 1906-1993. Report of work carried out at the Cavendish Laboratory under an Exhibition of 1851 research scholarship: extracts--99.8
  • Saunders, Vivian Thorning. A contribution to the discussion on geometrical optics--99.9
  • Savur, S. R. A problem in coin-tosses--99.10
  • Schaafsma, Albert, 1906- . Uber die ultravioletten banden des wasserstoffmolekuls--99.11
  • Scheel, Karl, 1866-1936. Test of the methods of producing high vacua: summary--99.12
  • Schissler, D. O. Behaviour of paraffin hydrocarbons on electron impact. Synthesis and mass spectra of some deuterated paraffin hydrocarbons--99.14
  • Schmid, R. Dissociation energy of the CN molecule--99.15
  • Schrödinger, Erwin, 1887-1961. Wellenmechanik--99.17
  • Scripture, E. W. (Edward Wheeler), 1864- . The nature of the vowels--99.20
  • Searle, G. F. C. (George Frederick Charles), 1864-1954. A contribution to the discussion on geometrical optics--99.21
  • Searle, G. F. C. (George Frederick Charles), 1864-1954. Studies in magnetic testing--99.21
  • Selwyn, Edward William Herbert. Arc spectra in the region λ1600-2100--99.22
  • Sen Gupta, A. K. Rotational analysis of the ultra-violet bands of phosphorus monoxide--77.13
  • Seth, J. B. Testimonial for Khan Akbar--36.15
  • Seth, J. B. Testimonial for Riaz Ahmad--36.13
  • Sharman, H. L. Grease spot--99.23
  • Sharp, J. H. Testimonial for H. L. W. Sharman--99.24
  • Sheard, Charles, 1883- . See work with O. W. Richardson--22.25
  • Sheard, H. The thermal constants of setting concrete--99.25
  • Sherratt, G. G. The velocity of sound waves in a tube--99.26
  • Sherrington, Charles Scott, Sir, 1857-1952. Extract from the anniversary address delivered before the Royal Society of London--99.26
  • Shu, Seyuan. Critical studies on the theory of relativity: Chapters III and VII--99.27
  • Simeon, E. The generation of sound by the siren principle--99.29
  • Simon, F. E. (Francis Eugene), 1893-1956. Liquefaction of hydrogen by the expansion method--99.30
  • Simons, A. The measurement of very low relative humidities--99.31
  • Simons, Lewis, 1888- . A model to illustrate the motion of a diatomic rotator with two degrees of freedom--99.32
  • Simons, Lewis, 1888- . On the velocities of secondary corpuscular rays produced by a homogeneous rontgen radiation and their absorption coefficients in various gases--99.32
  • Skinner, H. W. B. The excitation potentials of light metals--99.33
  • Smekal, Adolf Gustav, 1895- . Sur la structure des cristaux reels: abstract--100.1
  • Smith, B. S. An instrument for the production of known small high frequency alternating electromotive forces--100.2
  • Smith, Elizabeth, 1898- . Biographical data--78.13
  • Smith, F. D. The absolute measurement of sound intensity--100.3
  • Smith, F. D. The magnetostriction constant for alternating magnetic fields--100.3
  • Smith, T. (Thomas), 1883-1969. Change of variables in Laplace's and other second-order differential equations--100.5
  • Smith, T. (Thomas), 1883-1969. Condensed tables for colour computation--100.5
  • Smith, T. (Thomas), 1883-1969. A contribution to the discussion on geometrical optics--100.5
  • Smith, T. (Thomas), 1883-1969. The mid-course method of fitting a parabolic formula of any order to a set of observations--100.5
  • Smith, T. (Thomas), 1883-1969. Note on integrals of products of experimentally determined magnitudes--100.5
  • Smith, T. (Thomas), 1883-1969. On some misapplications of the law of errors, and on the intrinsic error in focometry--100.5
  • Smith, T. (Thomas), 1883-1969. An optical calibration problem--100.5
  • Smith, T. (Thomas), 1883-1969. The optics of photometric measurements--100.5
  • Smith-Rose, Reginald Leslie. The attenuation of ultra-short radio waves due to the resistance of the earth--100.6
  • Smith-Rose, Reginald Leslie. The electrical properties of soil at frequencies up to 100 megacycles per second; with a note on the resistivity of ground in the United Kingdom--100.6
  • Smith-Rose, Reginald Leslie. The measurement of the electrical constants of soil by a Lecher-wire method at a wave-length of 1.5 m.--100.6
  • Smith-Rose, Reginald Leslie. The propagation along the earth of radio waves on a wave-length of 1.6 metres--100.6
  • Snell, Arthur H. The Stark effect in the molecular spectrum of hydrogen--100.8
  • Soddy, Frederick, 1877-1956. The Wehnelt cathode in high vacuum--100.9
  • Soddy, Frederick, 1877-1956. See also work with O. W. Richardson--30.11
  • Solomon, Jacques, 1908- . Les spectres B et la theorie du neutrino--100.10
  • Someren, Ernest van. Biographical data--100.11
  • Sommerfeld, Arnold, 1868-1951. Magnetismus und spektroscopie--100.12
  • Sommerfeld, Arnold, 1868-1951. La theorie des electrons metalliques et de l'effet Volta selon la statistique de Fermi: abstract--100.12
  • Sorby Research Laboratory. Preparations made and contemplated--100.13
  • Spells, K. E. The determination of the viscosity of liquid gallium over an extended range of temperature--100.14
  • St. Joseph's College (Tiruchchirāppalli, India). Certificate for P. Rama Pisharoty--77.2
  • Stanley, L. F. The construction and calibration of a sensitive form of Pirani gauge for the measurement of high vacua--100.15
  • Starr, A. T. (Arthur Tisso). The rectifying peak voltmeter as a standard instrument--100.16
  • Stead, Gilbert, 1888- . The effect of electron emission on the temperature of the filament and anode of thermionic valve--100.17
  • Stephenson, J. D. An experimental study of electrical discharge in gases at normal temperatures and pressures--100.18
  • Stern, Otto, 1888-1969. Experiences sur les rayons moleculaires: abstract--100.20
  • Stern, Otto, 1888-1969. Ein weg zur experimentallen prufung der richtungsquantelung im magnetfeld--100.20
  • Stevenson, D. P. Ionization and dissociation by electronic impact. The ionization potentials and energies of formation of sec. -propyl and tert. -butyl radications. Some limitations on the method--100.21
  • Steward, George Coton. A contribution to the discussion on geometrical optics--100.22
  • Stiles, W. S. (Walter Stanley), 1901- . A review on literature on thermionic emission--100.23-24
  • Stoner, Edmund Clifton, 1899-1968. Magnetism in the twentieth century--100.25
  • Straneo, Paolo, 1874- . Remarque sur l'equation des etats variables de Schroedinger--100.27
  • Stubbs, F. J. The thermal decomposition of hydrocarbons--100.28
  • Subramanyam, P. E. Testimonial for P. Rama Pisharoti--77.2
  • Sucksmith, Willie, 1896-1981. The gyromagnetic effect and paramagnetism--101.1
  • Sulston, W. J. The temperature variation of the viscosity of aqueous solutions of strong electrolytes--101.2
  • Summerhays, W. E. A determination of the coefficient of diffusion of water vapour--101.3
  • Sumpner, W. E. Heaviside's fractional differentiator--101.4
  • Sutton, T. Carlton. Note on the purity required for surface-tension measurements--101.5
  • Sutton, T. Carlton. Thermochemical properties of nitrous oxide--101.5
  • Sykes, W. Power supply to electric furnaces for refining iron and steel--101.6
  • Symons, A. S. M. The Zeeman effect for the arc spectrum of gold--101.7
  • Szwarc, Michael. The thermal stability and reactivity of hydrocarbon radicals--101.8
  • T'ao, Shih-Chen. Some thermomagnetic effects in nickel and iron--101.15
  • Tanaka, T. Hydrogen--101.10-12
  • Tanaka, T. Wave-lengths of additional lines in the many-lined spectrum of hydrogen--101.13
  • Tanaka, T. See also works with O. W. Richardson--3.3, 19.2, 22.5, 28.11
  • Tandberg, J. G. A note on the optimum counting-time for measuring the intensity of a radioactive source--101.14
  • Tawde, N. R. Intensity distributions in molecular spectra: N2 second positive system--101.16
  • Taylor, A. K. Photometric test plates--101.17
  • Taylor, Denis. On the current-distribution in a loop aerial--101.19
  • Taylor, H. Dennis (Harold Dennis), 1862-1943. The image distortion and other effects due to the glass-thicknesses in lens systems--101.20
  • Taylor, Mary. The Appleton-Hartree formula and dispersion curves for the propagation of electromagnetic waves through an ionized medium in the presence of an external magnetic field. Part I. Curves for zero absorption--101.21
  • Taylor, Mary. The Appleton-Hartree formula and dispersion curves for the propagation of electromagnetic waves through an ionized medium in the presence of an external magnetic field. Part I. Curves for zero absorption: abstract and discussion--101.21
  • Taylor, Mary. The Appleton-Hartree formula and dispersion curves for the propagation of electromagnetic waves through an ionized medium in the presence of an external magnetic field. Part II. Curves with collisional friction--101.21
  • Temple, George Frederick James, 1901- . The mechanical force on bodies of small susceptibility due to induced magnetization--101.23
  • Thirkill, Henry, 1886-1971. Testimonial for Elizabeth Smith--78.13
  • Thomas, N. Chemistry lecture notes--101.26
  • Thomas, N. Physics lecture notes--101.27
  • Thomas, Terry. The effect of stress on the thermoelectric properties of metal wires with and without a magnetic field--102.2
  • Thompson, N. The effective rotation temperature of the negative glow in nitrogen--102.3
  • Thompson, N. Note on additional experiments on the effective rotation temperature of the negative glow in nitrogen--102.3
  • Thomson, G. P. (George Paget), 1892-1975. Biographical data--102.4
  • Thomson, G. P. (George Paget), 1892-1975. The crystalline state of thin spluttered films of platinum--102.4
  • Thomson, G. P. (George Paget), 1892-1975. Theory of the width of rings formed by electron diffraction--102.4
  • Thomson, J. J. (Joseph John), 1856-1940. The emission of negative corpuscles by alkali metals: summary--102.5
  • Thomson, J. J. (Joseph John), 1856-1940. Testimonial for O. W. Richardson--102.5
  • Thornton, William Mundell, 1870- . The absolute measurement of high electrical pressures--102.7
  • Tillman, John Richard. Some experiments with neutrons having thermal energies--102.9
  • Tolansky, S. (Samuel), 1907-1973. The absence of fine structure in the arc spectrum of silver--102.12
  • Tolman, Richard C. (Richard Chace), 1881-1948. Experiences sur la relation entre l'electricite et le mouvement: abstract--102.13
  • Tomlinson, George Arthur, 1885- . A new type of free-pendulum clock--102.14
  • Treloar, L. R. G. A method of measuring secondary emission from filaments--102.15
  • Treloar, L. R. G. Secondary-electron emission from complex surfaces--102.15
  • Trendelenburg, Ferdinand, 1896-1973. Objective measurement and subjective perception of sound--102.16
  • Tucker, W. S. (William Sansome). The localization of sound by means of observations of intensity--102.17
  • Tunley, H. A contribution to the discussion on geometrical optics--102.18
  • Turnbull, R. Furnace electrodes practically considered--102.20
  • Turnell, Nellie Winifred. Experiments with electron currents in various gases - argon--102.21
  • Twyman, F. (Frank), 1876-1959. Conditions for securing accuracy in spectrophotometry--102.23
  • Twyman, F. (Frank), 1876-1959. A new apparatus for rapid spectrophotometry of liquids in the ultraviolet region--102.23
  • Tyndall, A. M. (Arthur Mannering), 1881. Some problems relating to the mobility of gaseous ions--102.24
  • Tyte, L. C. The rate of viscous flow of metals: Part 1, tin--102.25
  • Ubbelohde, A. R. (Alfred René). Molecular configuration and hydrocarbon reactivity--102.26
  • University of Calcutta. Certificate for Kali Pada Ghose--77.2
  • University of Dacca. Certificate for Kali Pada Ghose--77.2
  • University of Madras. Certificate for P. Rama Pisharoty--77.2
  • Vallauri, Giancarlo, 1882- . On the operation of the audion--102.29
  • Van der Bijl, H. J. (Hendrik Johannes), 1887-1948. Thermionic amplifier and rectifier. Patented August 1, 1916--63.10
  • Van Rest, Edward Douglas, 1901- . A method for the measurement of the thermal diffusivity of poor conductors--102.30
  • Van Vleck, J. H. (John Hasbrouck), 1899-1980. Note on the susceptibilities of Sm+++ and Eu+++--102.31
  • Varley, William Mansbergh, 1879- . The influence of temperature on the photoelectric discharge from platinum: summary--102.32
  • Venable, William Mayo, 1871-1955. Unidentified work--102.34
  • Venable, William Mayo, 1871-1955. Atomic shape and the primary spectra of elements of group I--102.35
  • Venable, William Mayo, 1871-1955. The periodic table of the elements--102.36
  • Venable, William Mayo, 1871-1955. The spectrum of helium--103.1
  • Venable, William Mayo, 1871-1955. The spectrum of hydrogen--103.2
  • Venable, William Mayo, 1871-1955. The structure and the spectrum of hydrogen--103.3
  • Vernon, C. G. A contribution to the discussion on geometrical optics--103.4
  • Vick, Francis Arthur, 1911-1998. Absorbed layers of oxygen on tungsten and their effect on thermionic emission--103.5
  • Vincent, H. (Hyacinthe), 1862-1950. Experiments on magnetostrictive oscillators at radio frequencies--103.6
  • Vincent, H. (Hyacinthe), 1862-1950. Further experiments on magnetostrictive oscillators at radio frequencies--103.6
  • Wagner, Karl Willy, 1883-1953. Conducteurs en chaine et electriques: abstract--103.8
  • Wakeley, Cecil, 1892-1979. Rose and Carless' Manual of surgery 13th edition--103.10
  • Walch, F. A. The constancy of the velocity of sound at sonic frequencies--103.11
  • Waller, Mary Desiree. The production of Chladni figures by means of solid carbon dioxide. Part I: Bars and other metal bodies--103.13
  • Waller, Mary Desiree. Vibrations of free circular plates. Part I: Normal modes--103.13
  • Waller, Mary Desiree. Vibrations of free circular plates. Part 3: A study of Chladni's original figures--103.13
  • Waller, Mary Desiree. Vibrations of free square plates: Part I. Normal vibrating modes--103.13
  • Walsh, John W. T. (John William Tudor). The theory of luminescence in radioactive luminous compound--103.14
  • Warburton, F. L. The discrimination of the saturation of colours--103.15
  • Waterman, Alan Tower, 1892-1967. Academic record--103.16
  • Waterman, Alan Tower, 1892-1967. The electrical conductivity of metals as a function of pressure according to the Sommerfeld electron theory--103.16
  • Waterman, Alan Tower, 1892-1967. Fowler lecture #3--103.16
  • Waterman, Alan Tower, 1892-1967. General outline of progress leading to the present plans for investigation--103.16
  • Waterman, Alan Tower, 1892-1967. Plans for study--103.16
  • Waterman, Alan Tower, 1892-1967. The variation of thermionic emission with temperature and the concentration of free electrons without conductors--103.16
  • Watton, W. L. A new type of Dewar flask, for use as a calorimeter--104.1
  • Watts, Oliver P. (Oliver Patterson). The effect of various substances on the rate of corrosion of iron by sulphuric acid--104.2
  • Watts, S. S. The measurement of flame temperatures in a petrol engine by the spectral line reversal method--104.3
  • Webb, Kenneth B. Townsend & Bailey on the motions of electrons in gases--104.4
  • Webster, H. C. (Hugh Colin), 1905- . An aperiodic amplifier for investigating the wave-form of atmospherics--104.5
  • Webster, H. C. (Hugh Colin), 1905- . Applications of the modulating electrode of televison cathode-ray tubes in investigations of the wave-form of atmospherics--104.5
  • Webster, H. C. (Hugh Colin), 1905- . The energy-levels in atoms: Volume I: abstracts--104.6
  • Webster, H. C. (Hugh Colin), 1905- . The photographic measurement of the relative intensities of the La₁, a₂, a₃ lines of silver--104.5
  • Webster, H. C. (Hugh Colin), 1905- . Report of work carried out at the Cavendish Laboratory under an Exhibition of 1851 research scholarship: extracts--104.5
  • Webster, H. C. (Hugh Colin), 1905- . Spark satellites of the La lines of silver--104.5
  • Webster, W. L. Magnetostriction and change of resistance in single crystals of iron and nickel--104.7
  • Wedgwood, G. A. (George Alexander). The elastic properties of thick cylindrical shells under internal pressure--104.8
  • Wedgwood, G. A. (George Alexander). Young's modulus for two directions in a steel bar--104.8
  • Wehnelt, Arthur, 1871- . Concerning the energy of electron emission from glowing bodies--104.9
  • Wehnelt, Arthur, 1871- . Concerning the expulsion of negative ions from glowing metal oxids and phenomena allied therewith--104.9
  • Wehnelt, Arthur, 1871- . Increase in sensitivity of a Braun tube by the use of cathode rays of small velocity--104.9
  • Wehnelt, Arthur, 1871- . Production of very soft Roentgen rays--104.9
  • Wehnelt, Arthur, 1871- . The Wehnelt cathode in high vacuum. The remarks on paper by Mr. Frederick Soddy--104.9
  • Weintroub, S. Intensities in the principal series of lithium--104.10
  • Weiss, Pierre, 1865-1940. The atomic moments of iron cobalt and nickel as determined from the magnetic saturation of the ferro-cobalts and nickel-cobalts--104.11-12
  • Weiss, Pierre, 1865-1940. Les moments atomiques: abstract--104.11-12
  • Weiss, Pierre, 1865-1940. Nombres de magnetons de Weiss. Tableau I--104.11-12
  • Weiss, Pierre, 1865-1940. Les phenomenes gyromagnetiques--104.11-12
  • Weiss, Pierre, 1865-1940. Les probleme de l'equation d'etat des ferromagnetiques--104.11-12
  • Weizsäcker, Carl Friedrich, Freiherr von, 1912-2007. Astronomische hinweise auf die eigenschaften der elementarteilchen--103.7
  • Wentzel, Gregor, 1898-1978. Wechselwirkungen zwischen protonen, neutronen und elektronen. Folgerungen aus experimentellen daten und wellen-mechanischer theorie--104.13
  • West, Gilbert Duncan. The forces acting on drops in an electric field: abstract and discussion--104.14
  • West, Gilbert Duncan. A mechanical wave model. Illustrating acoustic and electrical phenomena--104.14
  • West, Gilbert Duncan. On the forces acting on drops in an electric field--104.14
  • Whatman, A. B. (Amherst Barrow), 1909-1984. High-latitude radio observations--104.16
  • Whipple, Francis John Welsh, 1876- . Relations between the combination coefficients of atmospheric ions--104.18
  • Whipple, George Allan, 1907- . A high-vacuum leak device--104.19
  • White, F. W. G. (Frederick William George), 1905- . The diurnal variation of the intensity of wireless waves reflected from the ionosphere--104.20
  • Whitehead, Stanley, 1902- . The breakdown of dielectrics under high voltage, with particular reference to thermal instability--104.21
  • Whitehead, Stanley, 1902- . Experiments relating to the distribution of alternating currents in the earth and the measurement of earth resistivity--104.21
  • Whitehead, Stanley, 1902- . Measurement of the specific inductive capacity of diamonds by the method of mixtures--104.21
  • Wilberforce, L. R. A common misapprehension of the theory of induced magnetism--104.24
  • Wilberforce, L. R. A common misapprehension of the theory of induced magnetism: abstract and discussion--104.24
  • Wilberforce, L. R. Magnetized ellipsoids and shells in a permeable medium--104.24
  • Williams, Evan James, 1903-1945. The induction of electromotive forces in a moving liquid by a magnetic field, and their application to an investigation of the flow of liquids--104.25
  • Williams, Evan James, 1903-1945. The motion of a liquid in an enclosed space--104.25
  • Williams, Sydney Ernest, 1910-1979. The efficiency of excitation of the nitrogen first positive bands by electron impact--104.26
  • Williams, William Ewart. Commentaries on published work--105.1
  • Williams, William Ewart. A contribution to the discussion on geometrical optics--105.1
  • Williams, William Ewart. On the design and construction of infra-red gratings--105.1
  • Williams, William Ewart. Polarimetry--105.2, osf 1
  • Williams, William Ewart. Reasons for combining a powerful grating system with an echelon instead of the prismatic system hitherto employed--105.1
  • Williams, William Ewart. Saccharimetry--105.1
  • Williams, William Ewart. Studies in interferometry: abstract and discussion--105.3
  • Williams, William Ewart. Studies in interferometry I. A new type of interference refractometer--105.3
  • Williams, William Ewart. Studies in interferometry II. The construction, testing and use of reflection echelons for the visible and ultra-violet regions--105.3
  • Williams, William Ewart. See also works with O. W. Richardson--12.5, 19.9
  • Willoughby, E. O. The measurement of the inductance of iron-cored chokes carrying direct current--105.4
  • Wilson, C. W. The effect of secondary beta radiation on gamma-ray measurements made in air--105.7
  • Wilson, Charles Thomson Rees, 1869- . Testimonial for Owen W. Richardson--105.8
  • Wilson, Harold A. (Harold Albert), 1874-1964. The effect of hydrogen on the discharge of negative electricity from hot platinum--105.9
  • Wilson, Harold A. (Harold Albert), 1874-1964. Hydrogen business--105.9
  • Wilson, J. Rattray. High tension equipment for electrochemical plants--105.11
  • Wilson, J. T. (James Thomas), 1861-1945. The Yarrow Fund--105.12
  • Wilson, W. Practical examinations in physics--105.13
  • Wilson, W. (William), 1875- . Biographical data--105.14
  • Wilson, W. (William), 1875- . The complete photoelectric emission and the emission of electrons from hot bodies--105.14
  • Wilson, W. (William), 1875- . Notes on Lorentz's introductory discussion I--105.14
  • Winter, William Percy, 1883- . Biographical data--105.15
  • Witmer, Enos Eby, 1898- . Critical potentials and the heat of dissociation of hydrogen as determined from its ultra-violet band spectrum--105.16
  • Wood, A. B. (Albert Beaumont). A correction to the theory of Rayleigh disc as applied to the measurement of sound-intensity in water--105.17
  • Wood, A. B. (Albert Beaumont). An experimental determination of the frequencies of free circular plates--105.17
  • Wood, A. B. (Albert Beaumont). The velocity of sound in sheet materials--105.17
  • Wood, Alex. Testimonial for Elizabeth Smith--78.13
  • Wood, Eva A. Biographical data--105.18
  • Wood, Robert Williams, 1868-1955. Sur les effets biologiques et physiques des ultrasons generes par un oscillateur piezoelectrique: abstract--105.19
  • Wood, W. A. The influence of the crystal-orientation of the cathode on that of an electro-deposited layer--105.20
  • Wood, W. A. Lattice distortion of cold-drawn constantan wire--105.20
  • Wood, W. A. Note on the elimination of the B wave-length form the characteristic radiation of iron--105.20
  • Woodall, A. J. (Arthur Joseph). The direct measurement of the Peltier coefficient--105.21
  • Worsnop, B. L. (Bernard Lister), 1892- . Note on the transmission of cathode rays through thin films--105.22
  • Worsnop, B. L. (Bernard Lister), 1892- . The scattering of X-rays and the"J" phenomenon--105.22
  • Wright, E. E. Velocity modulation in television--105.23
  • Wright, H. L. (Henry Lionel). The influence of atmospheric suspensoids upon the earth's electric field as indicated by observations at Kew Observatory--105.24
  • Wright, H. L. (Henry Lionel). The influence of atmospheric suspensoids upon the earth's electric field as indicated by observations at Kew Observatory: abstract and discussion--105.24
  • Wright, H. L. (Henry Lionel). The size of atmospheric nuclei: Some deductions from measurements of the number of charged and uncharged nuclei at Kew Observatory--105.24
  • Wright, W. D. (William David), 1906- . Colour-vision characteristics of two trichromats--105.25
  • Wright, W. D. (William David), 1906- . Hue discrimination in normal coulour-vision--105.25
  • Wright, W. D. (William David), 1906- . The relation between the apparent intensity of a beam of light and the angle at which the beam strikes the retina--105.25
  • Wright, W. D. (William David), 1906- . The saturation discrimination of two trichromats--105.25
  • Wright, W. D. (William David), 1906- . Some principles governing the design of Kerr cells--105.25
  • Wright, W. D. (William David), 1906- . Some principles governing the design of Kerr cells: abstract and discussion--105.25
  • Wrinch, Dorothy, 1894-1976. Structures proposed for protein molecules: Demonstration--105.26
  • Wynn-Williams, C. E. A relay memory for a thyratron counter--105.27
  • Yarnold, Greville Dennis. The motion of a mercury index in a capillary tube--105.28
  • Yates-Fish, N. L. A negative-resistance oscillator--105.29
  • Young, A. F. A. (Albert Frederick Ascott). Application to Department of Scientific and Industrial Research Radio Research Board--105.30
  • Young, A. F. A. (Albert Frederick Ascott). The element eka-caesium--105.30
  • Young, A. F. A. (Albert Frederick Ascott). The thermionic and photoelectric properties of the electro-positive metals--105.30
  • Zeeman, Pieter, 1865-1943. Atomes radiants dans un champ magnetique (projections): abstract--105.31
  • Unidentified author. Apparatus at King's College which should be stored in a dry place--60.5
  • Unidentified author. Apparatus for measuring dielectric constant at low frequency--60.4
  • Unidentified author. Arrangements have been made for Mason to work on… --60.4
  • Unidentified author. Atomic magnetic fields and spectral… --60.4
  • Unidentified author. Carbon. 1st target--60.5
  • Unidentified author. A. P. Chattock--60.5
  • Unidentified author. Contents of Mrs. Gimpel's box--60.5
  • Unidentified author. A continuous reading aneroid manometer for moderately low pressures--60.5
  • Unidentified author. Corrections for displacements--60.5
  • Unidentified author. The de Broglie phase wave in generalized space-time--60.6
  • Unidentified author. Decrease of resistance of Ruhmer's cell with E. M. F.--60.6
  • Unidentified author. Diameters of rings on powder photographs (centimetres)--60.6
  • Unidentified author. Draft report on microphones--60.7
  • Unidentified author. Electricity and magnetism--60.8
  • Unidentified author. The electro-magnet mass of the Parson magneton--60.8
  • Unidentified author. Elementary particles--60.8
  • Unidentified author. An examination of the notion of cause in the light of recent contributions to the philosophy of nature--60.9
  • Unidentified author. An experimental investigation of the emotional changes in the neural system of the brain--60.8
  • Unidentified author. Experiments on the emission of electrons under the influence of chemical action--60.10
  • Unidentified author. Ferromagnetic substances--60.11
  • Unidentified author. The fundamental equation of wave mechanics and the metrics of space--60.11
  • Unidentified author. Further experiments on the constancy of the ratio of mass to weight for different materials--60.11
  • Unidentified author. Genealogical notes on the Dixon family--60.12
  • Unidentified author. Graphite--60.12
  • Unidentified author. Heat--60.13
  • Unidentified author. Hokkaido Imperial University--60.13
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  • Unidentified author. The increase of thermionic currents from tungsten in strong electric fields: summary--60.14
  • Unidentified author. The intensity of X-ray of reflexion--60.15
  • Unidentified author. Inventory of physical apparatus removed from King's College--60.14
  • Unidentified author. Item No. 7. To consider the following… --60.14
  • Unidentified author. Section II. Ionisation--59.19
  • Unidentified author. List--60.16
  • Unidentified author. List of some of the more important papers on the subject under consideration--60.16
  • Unidentified author. Le Professeur Lorentz--61.5
  • Unidentified author. Lucia, 1929--60.16
  • Unidentified author. Untitled poem--60.16
  • Unidentified author. Memorandum re Nobel Prize ceremony--61.2
  • Unidentified author. Many recent experiments, especially those of Rutherford and… --61.2
  • Unidentified author. More precise calculation of effect of drift on V of Michelson fringes--61.2
  • Unidentified author. Mosharrafa's paper on application of correspondence P--61.2
  • Unidentified author. New series of critical potentials in iron, nickel, cobalt, and copper--61.3
  • Unidentified author. Note on aluminum crystal face--61.3
  • Unidentified author. Notes for chairman--61.3
  • Unidentified author. Nuclear physics--61.3
  • Unidentified author. Only the N. P. L. can carry out this work of index measurement… --61.4
  • Unidentified author. Paper by Prof. O. W. Richardson on The origin of the thermal ionization from carbon--61.5
  • Unidentified author. Particulars about Dr. S. R. Khastgir--61.5
  • Unidentified author. Physics VI, Nov. 22, 1897, exam questions--61.5
  • Unidentified author. Plot showing relation between the properties of the ideal W filament and the absolute temperature °K--61.5
  • Unidentified author. Proposal for medals--61.5
  • Unidentified author. Quantum theory--61.6
  • Unidentified author. Report of investigations on starfish, Echinoidea, and Cystoidea--61.7
  • Unidentified author. Report on Dr. Rupp--61.7
  • Unidentified author. Report on paper by H. T. Flint and J. W. Fisher--61.7
  • Unidentified author. Report on paper by H. T. Flint and J. W. Fisher of second referee--61.7
  • Unidentified author. Reports on paper by W. G. Kannuluik--61.7
  • Unidentified author. Reports on paper by Mosharrafa--61.7
  • Unidentified author. Report on paper by A. M. Mosharrafa--61.7
  • Unidentified author. Report on thesis by unidentified author--61.7
  • Unidentified author. Report on the thesis and supplementary papers of Megh Nad Saha--61.7
  • Unidentified author. Resumé of results on the theory of the photo-electric effect--61.7
  • Unidentified author. Side elevation of tube from western side--61.8
  • Unidentified author. Some fundamental considerations of thermionic phenomena--61.9
  • Unidentified author. Theory of relativity--61.10
  • Unidentified author. The velocity distribution and the hysteric effect of the emission of electrons by tungsten wire in high vacuum--61.11
  • Unidentified author. William Henry Bragg--61.12