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Correspondence, 1906-1937.

Author: Ernest Rutherford
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Microfilm : English
Publication:Archive for the History of Quantum Physics.
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Primarily letters to Rutherford from his students and colleagues. The correspondence reflects his research achievements and ability to attract and train brilliant students as well as his involvement with the institutional establishment of science. The letters, rich in technical content, particularly for the early years, provide a picture of the scientific community and the state of science during the first four  Read more...
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Named Person: Niels Bohr; Bertram Borden Boltwood; R W Boyle; William Henry Bragg; James Chadwick; John Cockcroft, Sir; Marie Curie; Arthur S Eve; Kasimir Fajans; Hans Geiger; Otto Hahn; George Ellery Hale; Georg von Hevesy; John Joly; Louis V King; Joseph Larmor; Gilbert Newton Lewis; Ernest Marsden; Stefan Meyer; John N Pring; Owen Williams Richardson; Harold R Robinson; Arthur Schuster, Sir; Frederick Soddy; J J Thomson
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Ernest Rutherford
OCLC Number: 122530238
Reproduction Notes: Microfilm.
Description: 6 reels.

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Primarily letters to Rutherford from his students and colleagues. The correspondence reflects his research achievements and ability to attract and train brilliant students as well as his involvement with the institutional establishment of science. The letters, rich in technical content, particularly for the early years, provide a picture of the scientific community and the state of science during the first four decades of the 20th century. Topics of the collection include radioactivity, atomic and nuclear physics, and his professorships. Principal correspondents include Bertram B. Boltwood, Niels Bohr, William H. Bragg, Robert W. Boyle, James Chadwick, John Cockcroft, Marie Curie, Arthur S. Eve, Kasimir Fajans, Hans Geiger, Otto Hahn, George E. Hale, Georg Hevesy, John Joly, Louis V. King, Joseph Larmor, Gilbert N. Lewis, Ernest Marsden, Stefan Meyer, John N. Pring, Owen W. Richardson, Harold R. Robinson, Arthur Schuster, Frederick Soddy, and Joseph John Thomson.

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