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Fri Mar 21 17:08:05 2014 UTClccn-no970009780.00Motion of Electrons in Gases ... An address, etc0.841.00Report on the papers of Sir John Sealy E. Townsend, KBE, KRS (1868-1957) : deposited in the Bodleian Library, Oxford /23175382John_Sealy_Townsendno 970009784241073Townsend, J. S.Townsend, John S. 1868-1957Townsend, John Sealy Edward.Townsend, John Sealy Edward, 1868-1957lccn-n82071815Geitel, Hans Friedrich Karl1855-1923viaf-299538284Geitel, Hanslccn-n85336795Marx, Erich Anselm1874-1954edtlccn-n50024959Rutherford, Ernest1871-1937lccn-no00025899Gehrcke, E.(Ernst)1878-1960viaf-62299487Hallwachs, Wilhelm Ludwig Franz1859-viaf-10882868Seeliger, Richardlccn-n78011721Alton, Jeanninenc-bodleian libraryBodleian Librarylccn-n78017331Weiskittel, HarriotTownsend, JohnSir1868-1957Criticism, interpretation, etcDictionariesIonization of gasesElectric conductivityElectric discharges through gasesElectronsRadioactivityX-raysCathode raysElectric wavesElectromagnetismElectricityRadioBible.--PentateuchNuclear physicsScienceIons--ScatteringBodleian LibraryManuscripts, EnglishManuscriptsEngland--OxfordTownsend, John,--Sir,Cherwell, Frederick Alexander Lindemann,--Viscount,Ultraviolet radiationQuantum theoryAtomic theoryHoutermans, F. G.--(Friedrich Georg),Pohl, Robert Wichard,Rutherford, Ernest,University of AberdeenEhrenfest, Paul,Bohr, Niels,PhysicsSommerfeld, Arnold,Universität MünchenBorn, Max,Siemens & HalskeLiquids--Magnetic propertiesGreat BritainTechnische Hochschule BerlinFranck, James,Fowler, R. H.--(Ralph Howard),Thomson, J. J.--(Joseph John),Cambridge Philosophical SocietyWestphal, Wilhelm H.--(Wilhelm Heinrich),Abraham, Max,Planck, Max,PhysicistsUniversität GöttingenKelvin, William Thomson,--Baron,Haber, Fritz,Compton, K. T.--(Karl Taylor),18681957189618971898189919001901190219031904191019111915192019251931194319471948195119631973197419887722986537.53QC71122314ocn005139573book19100.90Townsend, JohnThe theory of ionization of gases by collision19213ocn004294747book19150.81Townsend, JohnElectricity in gases+-+340961279614213ocn002340139book19150.88Townsend, JohnElectrons in gases567ocn007800608book19200.84Townsend, JohnDie Ionisation der Gase535ocn005691111book19510.84Townsend, JohnElectromagnetic waves373ocn002335971book19250.92Townsend, JohnMotion of electrons in gases; being an address given at the centenary celebration of the Franklin institute in Philadelphia, September, 1924173ocn002196307book19430.93Townsend, JohnElectricity and radio transmission112ocn009997866book19040.47Townsend, JohnThe credentials of the PentateuchCriticism, interpretation, etc101ocn162964205book19200.24Townsend, JohnDie Ionisation der Gase. : Die Radioaktivität der Erde und der Atmosphäre / H[ans]. Geitel51ocn741810977com0.90Marx, Erich AnselmHandbuch der RadiologieDictionaries32ocn033930652book18990.47Townsend, JohnThe diffusion of ions into gases22ocn504390219book1925Townsend, JohnMotion of Electrons in Gases ... An address, etc22ocn644307832book18980.47Townsend, JohnElectrical properties of newly prepared gases22ocn261960140book19020.47Townsend, JohnThe conductivity produced in gases by the aid of ultra-violet light11ocn644307829book18980.47Townsend, JohnApplications of diffusion to conducting gases11ocn083383025mixTownsend, John11ocn477304460book1896Townsend, JohnMagnetization of liquids.11ocn257670222book19250.47Townsend, John Sealy EdwardMotion of electrons in gases12ocn155003375mixTownsend, JohnPapers, including drafts of his published works, ca. 1943-1956, patents and contracts, 1914-1925; correspondence; and biographical materials11ocn458356098book1915Townsend, JohnElectricity in gases, by J. S. Townsend31ocn004035283book19741.00Alton, JeannineReport on the papers of Sir John Sealy E. Townsend, KBE, KRS (1868-1957) : deposited in the Bodleian Library, OxfordHistoryCatalogs11ocn078732389mix1963Thomson, G. POral history interview with Sir George Paget ThomsonHistoryThis interview was conducted as part of the Archives for the History of Quantum Physics project, which includes tapes and transcripts of oral history interviews conducted with ca. 100 atomic and quantum physicists. Subjects discuss their family backgrounds, how they became interested in physics, their educations, people who influenced them, their careers including social influences on the conditions of research, and the state of atomic, nuclear, and quantum physics during the period in which they worked. Discussions of scientific matters relate to work that was done between approximately 1900 and 1930, with an emphasis on the discovery and interpretations of quantum mechanics in the 1920s. Also prominently mentioned are: Max Born, Clifton, Karl Compton, Ralph Fowler, Harold Jeffreys, William Thomson Kelvin, Frederick Lindemann, Ernest Rutherford, John Joseph Thomson, Mrs. (J.J.) Thomson, John Sealy Edward Townsend; British Association meeting (Oxford), Cambridge Philosophical Society, and University of Aberdeen11ocn081511415mix1963Hertz, GustavOral history interview with Gustav Ludwig HertzHistoryThis interview was conducted as part of the Archives for the History of Quantum Physics project, which includes tapes and transcripts of oral history interviews conducted with ca. 100 atomic and quantum physicists. Subjects discuss their family backgrounds, how they became interested in physics, their educations, people who influenced them, their careers including social influences on the conditions of research, and the state of atomic, nuclear, and quantum physics during the period in which they worked. Discussions of scientific matters relate to work that was done between approximately 1900 and 1930, with an emphasis on the discovery and interpretations of quantum mechanics in the 1920s. Also prominently mentioned are: Max Abraham, Niels Henrik David Bohr, Paul Ehrenfest, James Franck, Fritz Haber, Mrs. T. von Harbou, Holst, Fritz Houtermans, Philipp Lenard, Gustav Mie, Max Planck, Robert Wichard Pohl, Peter Pringsheim, Heinrich Rubens, K. Schmidt, Schuetze, Adolf Smekal, Arnold Sommerfeld, John Sealy Edward Townsend, Wilhelm Westphal; Berlin Technische Hochschule, Universität Berlin, Universität Göttingen, University of Halle, Universität Munich, Philips Laboratories (Eindhoven), and Siemens (A.G.)11ocn222756847book19310.47Brose, Henry LOn measurements of the molecular cross section of gases (other than the inert gases) with respect to slow electronsArchivesConsists of a thesis (ms. typescript, hand written corrections) and reprints of collateral research papers submitted for the D. Sc. degree to the University of Adelaide by Brose11ocn222526923rcrd1988Huxley, L. G. HInterview with Sir Leonard Huxley, academic, on the work of J.S. Townsend, physics pioneerBiographyInterviewsSir Leonard Huxley describes the pioneering work of J.S. Townsend in the field of atomic physics and electrical discharges in gases. He also talks about the interaction between Townsend and J.J. Thompson during Townsend's time at the Cavendish Laboratory at Cambridge. Sir J.J. Thompson was the celebrated head of the Cavendish from 1884-1919. Huxley describes Townsend's work at the Cavendish in the years around the turn of the century before Townsend was appointed as Wyckham Professor of Physics at Oxford+-+3409612796+-+3409612796Fri Mar 21 15:22:36 EDT 2014batch15065