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The Publications of the Late Lord Rutherford.

Compiled by C. M. Focken, Beverly-Mackenzie Lecturer in Physics, University of Otago.

The bibliography has been arranged chronologically, the date ascribed to the paper in question being the date of publication of the volume, number or part in which it appeared. Collaborators' names are given in brackets following the title of the paper. Titles of books are printed in italics. Standard contractions are used as far as possible for the journals cited. In citation the order of reference is series (Roman numeral), volume (Arabic numeral, heavy type), number or part (where necessary), page (Arabic numeral, normal type).

An endeavour was made to check each reference in detail, but this was not always possible, as some of the journals could not be consulted in New Zealand. It is hoped that any errors or omissions which inadvertently remain in the bibliography are few in number and of minor importance.

The author desires to acknowledge the valued assistance from many sources. He especially wishes to thank Mr. J. Harris (Librarian, University of Otago), Mr. E. R. Pitt (Chief Librarian, Public Library of Victoria), the librarians of the University Colleges at Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch, and the library staff at the University of Otago.

1894.

Nov. Magnetization of iron by high-frequency discharges. Trans. N.Z. Inst., 27:481–513.

1895.

Sept. Magnetic viscosity. Trans. N.Z. Inst., 28:182–204.

1896.

June A magnetic detector of electrical waves and some of its applications. Roy. Soc., Phil. Trans., 189:1–24.

" A magnetic detector of electrical waves and some of its applications. Abstract. Proc. Roy. Soc., 60:361:184–186.

Sept. A magnetic detector of electrical waves. Abstract. British Ass. for Adv. of Sc., Report, 724.

Nov. On the passage of electricity through gases exposed to Röntgen rays. [J. J. Thomson]. Phil. Mag., V:42:392–407.

1897.

April On the electrification of gases exposed to Röntgen rays, and the absorption of Röntgen radiation by gases and vapours. Phil. Mag., V:43:241–255.

Nov. The velocity and rate of recombination of the ions of gases exposed to Röntgen radiation. Phil. Mag., V:44:422–440.

1898.

June The discharge of electrification by ultra-violet light. Camb. Phil. Soc., Proc., 9:401–416.

1899.

Jan. Uranium radiation and the electrical conduction produced by it. Phil. Mag., V:47:109–163.

May Thorium and uranium radiation. [R. B. Owens]. Roy. Soc. of Canada, Trans., 2:5:9–12.

1900.

Jan. A radioactive substance emitted from thorium compounds. Phil. Mag., V:49:1–14.

Feb. Radioactivity produced in substances by the action of thorium compounds. Phil. Mag., V:49:161–192.

May Über eine von thoriumverbindungen emittierte radioaktive substanz. Phys. Zeit., 1:32:347–348.

June Energy of Röntgen and Becquerel rays and the energy required to produce an ion in gases. Abstract. [R. K. McClung]. Proc. Roy. Soc., 67:438:245–250.

Oct. Über die energic der Becquerel- und Röntgen-strahlen und über die zur erzeugung von ionen ingasen nötige energie. Phys. Zeit., 2:4:53–55.

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1901.

Feb. Energy of Röntgen and Becquerel rays, and the energy required to produce an ion in gases. [R. K. McClung]. Roy. Soc., Phil. Trans., 196:25–59.

April Einfluss der temperatur auf die “emanationen” radioaktiver substanzen. Phys. Zeit., 2:29:429–431.

May The new gas from radium. [H. T. Brooks]. Roy. Soc. of Canada, Trans., 2:7:21–25.

" Discharge of electricity from glowing platinum. Roy. Soc. of Canada, Trans., 2:7:27–33.

June Emanations from radioactive substances. Nature, 64:157–158.

Aug. Dependence of the current through conducting gases on the direction of the electric field. Phil. Mag., VI:2:210–228.

Dec. Discharge of electricity from glowing platinum, and velocity of the ions. Phys. Rev., 13:321–344.

" Transmission of excited radioactivity. Abstract. Amer. Phys. Soc., Bull. 2:37–43.

1902.

Feb. Übertragung erregter radioaktivität. Phys. Zeit., 3:10:210–214.

March Erregte radioaktivität und in der atmosphäre hervorgerufene ionisation. [S. J. Allen]. Phys. Zeit., 3:11:225–230.

" Versuche über erregte radioaktivität. Phys. Zeit., 3:12:254–257.

April The new gas from radium. [H. T. Brooks]. Chem. News, 85:196–197.

" The radioactivity of thorium compounds. I. An investigation of the radioactive emanation. [F. Soddy]. Chem. Soc., Journ., 81:321–350.

May The existence of bodies smaller than atoms. Abstract. Roy. Soc. of Canada, Trans., 2:8:79–86.

June Magnetische ablenkbarkeit der strahlen von radioaktiven substanzen. [S. G. Grier]. Phys. Zeit., 3:17:385–390.

July Penetrating rays from radioactive substances. Nature, 66:318–319.

" Comparison of the radiations from radioactive substances. [H. T. Brooks]. Phil. May., VI:4:1–23.

" The radioactivity of thorium compounds. II. The cause and nature of radioactivity. [F. Soddy]. Chem. Soc. Journ., 81:837–860.

Aug. Sehr durchdringende strahlen von radioaktiven substanzen. Phys. Zeit. 3:22:517–520.

Sept. Deviable rays of radioactive substances. [A. G. Grier]. Phil. Mag., VI:4:315–330.

" The cause and nature of radioactivity. Part I. [F. Soddy]. Phil. Mag., VI:4:370–396.

Nov. The cause and nature of radioactivity. Part II. [F. Soddy]. Phil. Mag., VI:4:569–585.

Dec. Excited radioactivity and ionization of the atmosphere. [S. J. Allen]. Phil. Mag., VI:4:704–723.

" On the condensation points of the thorium and radium emanations. [F. Soddy]. Chem. Soc., Proc., 219.

1903.

Jan. Excited radioactivity and the method of its transmission. Phil. Mag., VI:5:95–117.

" Die magnetische und elektrische ablentung der leicht absorbierbaren radiumstrahlen. Phys. Zeit., 4:8:235–240.

Feb. The magnetic and electric deviation of the easily absorbed rays from radium. Phil. Mag., VI:5:177–187.

March Penetrating radiation from the earth's surface. Abstract. [H. L. Cooke]. Phys. Rev., 16:183.

April Radioactivity of ordinary materials. Nature, 67:511–512.

" The radioactivity of uranium. [F. Soddy]. Phil. Mag., VI:5:441–445.

" A comparative study of the radioactivity of radium and thorium. [F. Soddy]. Phil. Mag., VI:5:445–457.

" Some remarks on radioactivity. Phil. Mag., VI:5:481–485.

May Condensation of the radioactive emanations. [F. Soddy]. Phil. Mag., VI:5:561–576.

" Radioactive change. [F. Soddy]. Phil. Mag., VI:5:576–591.

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Aug. The amount of emanation and helium from radium. Nature, 68:366–367.

Oct. Heating effect of the radium emanation. [H. T. Barnes]. Nature, 68:622.

Dec. Heating effect of the radium emanation. [H. T. Barnes]. Nature, 69:126.

" Radioactive processes. Phys. Soc., Proc., 18:595–597, 598–600.

1904.

Jan Radioactivity of radium and its concentration. Nature, 69:222.

Feb. Heating effect of the radium emanation. [H. T. Barnes]. Phil. Mag., VI:7:202–219.

March Nature of the gamma rays from radium. Nature, 69:436–437.

June The succession of changes in radioactive bodies. Abstract. Proc. Roy. Soc., 73:495:493–496.

Nov. Slow transformation products of radium. Phil. Mag., VI:8:636–650.

" Succession of changes in radioactive bodies. Roy. Soc., Phil. Trans., 204:169–219.

Dec. Heating effect of the gamma rays of radium. [H. T. Barnes]. Nature, 71:151–152.

Difference between radioactivity and chemical change. Jahrbuch d. Radioaktivität u. Elektronik, 1:103–127.

Radioactivity. [Camb. Univ. Press].

1905.

Jan. Present problems of radioactivity. Archives des Sciences, 19:31–59.

Feb. Slow transformation products of radium. Nature, 71:341–342.

March Charge carried by the alpha rays from radium. Nature, 71:413–414.

" Positive charge of alpha rays. Elect. Rev., N.Y., 46:490.

May Heating effect of the gamma rays from radium. [H. T. Barnes]. Phil. Mag., VI:9:621–628.

" Note on the radioactivity of weak radium solutions. Phil. Mag., VI:9:711–712.

" Anmerkung [zu der arbeit von A. S. Eve: Die eingenschaften geringer radiummenger]. Phys. Zeit., 6:9:269.

July Relative proportion of radium and uranium in radioactive minerals. [B. B. Boltwood]. Amer. Journ. Sci., 20:55–56.

" Proportion of radium and uranium in minerals. [B. B. Boltwood]. Chem. News., 92:38–39.

" Some properties of the alpha rays from radium. Phil. Mag., VI:10:163–176.

Aug. Charge carried by the alpha and beta rays of radium. Phil. Mag., VI:10:193–208.

Sept. Slow transformation products of radium. Phil. Mag., VI:10:290–306.

1906.

Jan. Some properties of the alpha rays from radium. (Second Paper). Phil. Mag., VI:11:166–176.

Feb. Magnetic and electric deflection of the alpha rays of radium. Abstract. Phys. Rev., 22:122–123.

March Über einige eigenschaften der alpha-strahlen des radiums. Phys. Zeit., 7:5:137–143.

April The retardation of the velocity of the alpha particles in passing through matter. Phil. Mag., VI:11:553–554.

July Relative proportion of radium and uranium in radioactive minerals. [B. B. Boltwood]. Amer. Journ. Sci., 22:1–3.

Aug. Retardation of the alpha particle from radium in passing through matter. Phil. Mag., VI:12:134–146.

" Distribution of the intensity of the radiation from radioactive sources. Phil. Mag., VI:12:152–158.

Oct. Absorption of radioactive emanations by charcoal. Nature, 74:634.

" The recent radium controversy. Nature, 74:634–635.

" The mass and velocity of the alpha particles expelled from radium and actinium. Phil. Mag., VI:12:348–371.

" Mass of the alpha particles from thorium. [O. Hahn]. Phil. Mag., VI:12:371–378.

Radioactive transformations. [Yale Univ. Press; Constable & Co.]

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1907.

Jan. Production of radium from actinium. Nature, 75:270–271.

" The velocity and energy of the alpha particles from radioactive substances. Phil. Mag., VI:13:110–117.

June The origin of radium. Nature, 76:126.

Aug. The production and origin of radium. Abstract. British Ass. for Adv. of Sci., Report, 456.

" The effect of high temperature on the activity of the products of radium. Abstract. [J. E. Petavel]. British Ass. for Adv. of Sci., Report, 456–457.

Oct. Origin of radium. Nature, 76:661.

" The production and origin of radium. Manchester Lit. and Phil. Soc., Mem., IV:52:5–7.

Dec. The production and origin of radium. Phil. Mag., VI:14:733–749.

1908.

Feb. A method of counting the number of alpha particles from radioactive matter. [H. Geiger]. Manchester Lit. and Phil. Soc., Mem., IV:52:9:1–3.

March Recent advances in radioactivity. Nature, 77:422–426.

July Spectrum of the radium emanation. [T. Royds]. Nature, 78:220–221.

Aug. Experiments with the radium emanation. (1) The volume of the emanation. Phil. Mag., VI:16:300–312.

" Spectrum of the radium emanation. [T. Royds]. Phil. Mag., VI:16:313–317.

" An electrical method of counting the number of alpha particles from radioactive substances. [H. Geiger]. Proc. Roy. Soc., A, 81:546:141–161.

" The charge and nature of the alpha particle. [H. Geiger]. Proc. Roy. Soc., A, 81:546:162–173.

Nov. The nature of the alpha particles. Nature. 79:12–15.

" The action of the radium emanation upon water. [T. Royds]. Phil. Mag., VI:16:812–818.

" Nature of the alpha particle. [T. Royds]. Manchester Lit. and Phil. Soc., Mem., IV:53:1:1–3.

" Some properties of the radium emanation. Manchester Lit. and Phil. Soc., Mem., IV:53:2:1–2.

1909.

Jan. Nature of the alpha particle. [T. Royds]. Chem. News, 99:49.

" Eine elektrische methode, die von radioaktiven substauzen ausgesandten alpha-teilchen zu zählen. [H. Geiger]. Phys. Zeit., 10:1:1–6.

" Die ladung und natur des alpha-teilchens. [H. Geiger]. Phys. Zeit., 10:2:42–46.

Feb. The boiling-point of the radium emanation. Nature, 79:457–458.

" The nature of the alpha particle from radioactive substances. [T. Royds]. Phil. Mag., VI:17:281–286.

April Recent advances in radioactivity. Chem. News, 99:171–174, 181–183.

" Differences in the decay of the radium emanation. [Y. Tuomikoski]. Manchester Lit. and Phil. Soc., Mem., IV:53:12:1–2.

May Condensation of the radium emanation. Phil. Mag., VI:17:723–729.

Aug. Atomic theory and the determination of atomic magnitudes. British Ass. for Adv. of Sci., Report, 373–385.

Nov. The action of the alpha rays on glass. Manchester Lit. and Phil. Soc., Mem., IV:54:5:1.

" Production of helium by radium. [B. B. Boltwood]. Manchester Lit. and Phil. Soc., Mem., IV:54:6:1–2.

1910.

Jan. Action of the alpha rays on glass. Phil. Mag., VI:19:192–194.

Feb. Properties of polonium. Nature, 82:491–492.

May Theory of the luminosity produced in certain substances by alpha rays. Proc. Roy. Soc., A., 83:566:561–572.

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Oct. Radium standards and nomenclature. Nature, 84:430–431.

" The number of alpha particles emitted by uranium and thorium and by uranium minerals. [H. Geiger]. Phil. Mag., VI:20:691–698.

" The probability variations in the distribution of alpha particles. [H. Geiger]. Phil. Mag., VI:20:698–704.

1911.

March The scattering of the alpha and beta rays and the structure of the atom. Manchester Lit. and Phil. Soc., Mem., IV:55:18–20.

" Untersuchungen über die radiumemanation. II. Die umwandlungs-geschwindigkeit. K. Akad. Wiss., Vienna, Sitzungsberichte, 120:2a:303–312.

" Die erzeugung von helium durch radium. [B. B. Boltwood]. K. Akad. Wiss., Vienna, Sitzungsberichte, 120:2a:313–336.

April Radioactivity of thorium. Röntgen Soc., Journ., 7:23–30.

May The scattering of alpha and beta particles by matter and the structure of the atom. Phil. Mag., VI:21:669–688.

Oct. Production of helium from radium. [B. B. Boltwood]. Phil. Mag., VI:22:586–604.

" Transformation and nomenclature of the radioactive emanations. [H. Geiger]. Phil. Mag., VI:22:621–629.

An international standard of radium. Akad. Verlagsgesellschaft, Leipzig.

1912.

April Balance method for comparison of quantities of radium. [J. Chadwick]. Phys. Soc., Proc., 24:141–151, 156–157.

May Balance method for comparison of quantities of radium. [J. Chadwick]. Le Radium, 9:195–200.

Oct. The origin of beta and gamma rays from radioactive substances. Phil. Mag., VI:24:453–462.

" Photographic registration of alpha particles. [H. Geiger]. Phil. Mag., VI:24:618–623.

" Origin of beta and gamma rays from radioactive substances. Le Radium, 9:337–341.

" Wärme-entwicklung durch radium und radiumemanation. [H. Robinson]. K. Akad. Wiss., Vienna, Sitzungsberichte, 121:2a:1491–1516.

Dec. On the energy of the groups of beta rays from radium. Phil. Mag., VI:24:893–894.

1913.

Jan. A new International Physical Institute. Nature, 90:545–546.

Feb. Heating effect of radium and its emanation. [H. Robinson]. Phil. Mag., VI:25:312–330.

April The age of pleochroic haloes. [J. Joly]. Phil. Mag., VI:25:644–657.

May The analysis of the gamma rays from radium B and radium C. [H. Richardson]. Phil. Mag., VI:25:722–734.

Aug. Analysis of the gamma rays from radium D and radium E. [H. Richardson]. Phil. Mag., VI:26:324–332.

Oct. The reflection of gamma rays from crystals. [E. N. da C. Andrade]. Nature, 92:267.

" Scattering of alpha particles by gases. [J. M. Nuttall]. Phil. Mag., VI:26:702–712.

" The analysis of the beta rays from radium B and radium C. [H. Robinson]. Phil. Mag., VI:26:717–729.

Nov. Über die masse und die geschwindigkeiten der von den radioaktiven substanzen ausgesendeten alpha teilchen. [H. Robinson]. K. Akad. Wiss., Vienna, Sitzungsberichte, 122:2a:1855–1884.

Dec. The British radium standard. Nature, 92:402–403.

" Structure of the atom. Nature, 92:423.

" Analysis of the gamma rays of the thorium and actinium products. [H. Richardson]. Phil. Mag., VI:26:937–948.

Radioactive substances and their radiations. [Camb. Univ. Press].

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March The structure of the atom. Phil. Mag., VI:27:488–498.

May The wavelength of the soft gamma rays from radium B. [E. N. da C. Andrade]. Phil. Mag., VI:27:854–868.

Aug. The spectrum of the penetrating gamma rays from radium B and radium C. [E. N. da C. Andrade]. Phil. Mag., VI:28:263–273.

" Spectrum of the beta rays excited by gamma rays. [H. Robinson and W. F. Rawlinson]. Phil. Mag., VI:28:281–286.

" Discussion on the structure of atoms and molecules. Abstract. British Ass. for Adv. of Sci., Report, 293–294 and 301.

Sept. The connexion between the beta and gamma ray spectrum. Phil. Mag., VI:28:305–319.

" Radium constants on the International Standard. Phil. Mag., VI:28:320–327.

Oct. The mass and velocities of the alpha particles from radioactive substances. [H. Robinson]. Phil. Mag., VI:28:552–572.

1915.

March Origin of the spectra given by beta and gamma rays of radium. Manchester Lit and Phil. Soc., Mem., IV:59:17–19.

July Radiations from exploding atoms. Nature, 95:494–498.

Sept. Maximum frequency of the X-rays from a Coolidge tube for different voltages. [J. Barnes and H. Richardson]. Phil. Mag., VI:30:339–360.

" Efficiency of the production of X-rays from a Coolidge tube. [J. Barnes]. Phil. Mag., VI:30:361–367.

1916.

April Long-range alpha particles from thorium. [A. B. Wood]. Phil. Mag., VI:31:379–386.

Oct. X-ray spectra of the elements. Engineering, 102:320.

1917.

Sept. Penetrating power of the X-radiation from a Coolidge tube. Phil. Mag., VI:34:153–162.

1918.

July X-rays. Röntgen Soc., Journ., 14:75–86.

1919.

June Collision of alpha particles with light atoms. I. Hydrogen. Phil. Mag., VI:37:537–561.

" Collision of alpha particles with light atoms. II. Velocity of the hydrogen atoms. Phil. Mag., VI:37:562–571.

" Collision of alpha particles with light atoms. III. Nitrogen and oxygen atoms. Phil. Mag., VI:37:571–580.

" Collision of alpha particles with light atoms. IV. An anomalous effect in nitrogen. Phil. Mag., VI:37:581–587.

Nov. Radium and the electron. Nature, 104:226–230.

Dec. Radioactivity and gravitation. [A. H. Compton]. Nature, 104:412.

1920.

July Nuclear constitution of atoms. Proc. Roy. Soc., A, 97:686:374–400.

Sept. Building-up of atoms. Engineering, 110:382.

1921.

Feb. On the collision of alpha particles with hydrogen atoms. Phil. Mag., VI:41:307–308.

March The disintegration of elements by alpha particles. [J. Chadwick]. Nature, 107:41.

March and April. Electricity and matter. Engineering, 111:296–297, 345–347, 379–381.

April The mass of the long-range particles from thorium C. Phil. Mag., VI:41:570–574.

Nov. The artificial disintegration of light elements. [J. Chadwick]. Phil. Mag., VI:42:809–825.

Radium and the Electron. [Smithsonian Institution, Annual Report, 1919].

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1922.

Feb. Artificial disintegration of the elements. Chem. Soc., Journ., 121:400–415.

March and April. Radioactivity. Engineering, 113:299–300, 331–332, 365–366, 386–387, 414–415, 464–466.

April Disintegration of elements. Nature, 109:418.

" Radioactivity. Electrician, 88:411–413, 501–504.

May Artificial disintegration of the elements. Nature, 109:584–586, 614–617.

June Identification of a missing element. Nature, 109:781.

" Electricity and matter. Inst. Elec. Eng., Journ., 60:613–618.

Aug. Electricity and matter. Nature, 110:182–185.

Sept. The disintegration of elements by alpha particles. [J. Chadwick]. Phil. Mag., VI:44:417–432.

1923.

March and June. Atomic projectiles and their properties. Engineering, 115:242–243, 264–266, 306–308, 338–340, 358–359, 798–800.

April, July, and Aug. Atomic projectiles and their properties. Electrician, 90:366–367, 91:60–61, 120–121, 144–145.

June Life-history of an alpha particle. Engineering, 115:769–770.

" Capture and loss of electrons by alpha particles. Camb. Phil. Soc., Proc., 21:504–510.

Aug. Life-history of an alpha particle. Nature, 112:305–312.

" The life of an alpha particle. Electrician, 91:194–195.

" The electrical structure of matter. British Ass. for Adv. of Scie., Report, 1:24.

Sept. The electrical structure of matter. Nature, 112:409–419.

1924.

Feb. The capture and loss of electrons by alpha particles. Phil. Mag., VI:47:277–303.

March The bombardment of elements by alpha particles. [J. Chadwick]. Nature, 113:457.

March and April. Properties of gases in high and low vacua. Engineering, 117:330, 365–366, 387, 429.

April The nucleus of the atom. Engineering, 117:458–459.

Aug. Further experiments on the artificial disintegration of elements. [J. Chadwick]. Phys. Soc., Proc., 36:417–422.

Sept. On the origin and nature of the long-range particles observed with sources of radium C. [J. Chadwick]. Phil. Mag., VI:48:509–526.

" Early days of radioactivity. Frank. Inst., Journ., 198:281–290.

Dec. Natural and artificial disintegration of the elements. Frank. Inst., Journ., 198:725–744.

1925.

March The stability of atoms. Disc., 6:402–403.

" The stability of atoms. Roy. Soc. Arts, Journ., 73:389–402.

April Disintegration of atomic nuclei. Nature, 115:493–494.

" Studies of atomic nuclei. Engineering, 119:437–438.

Aug. Moseley's work on X-rays. Nature, 116:316–317.

Nov. Scattering of alpha particles by atomic nuclei and the law of force. [J. Chadwick]. Phil. Mag., VI:50:889–913.

" The natural X-ray spectrum of radium B. [W. A. Wooster]. Camb. Phil. Soc., Proc., 22:834–837.

Electrical Structure of Matter. [Smithsonian Institution, Annual Report, 1924].

1926.

March and April. The rare gases of the atmosphere. Engineering, 121:353–354, 388–390, 438, 458–459.

May Discussion on the electrical state of the upper atmosphere. Proc. Roy. Soc., A, 111:757:1–3.

Dec. Electric waves and their propagation. Nature, 118:809–811.

1927.

Jan. Anniversary address by the President of the Royal Society, November, 1926. Proc. Roy. Soc., A, 113:765:481–495.

April Alpha rays and atomic structure. Engineering, 123:375–376, 409–410, 460–461, 492–493.

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June Atomic nuclei and their transformations. Phys. Soc., Proc., 39:359–372.

Sept. Structure of the radioactive atom and origin of the alpha rays. Phil. Mag., VII:4:580–605.

" The scattering of alpha particles by helium. [J. Chadwick]. Phil. Mag., VII:4:605–620.

Nov. Study and research in Physics. Nature, 120:657–659.

Dec. Scientific aspects of intense magnetic fields and high voltages. Nature, 120:809–811.

1928.

Jan. Anniversary address by the President of the Royal Society, November, 1927. Proc. Roy. Soc., A, 117:777:300–316.

" Professor Bertram B. Boltwood. Nature, 121:64–65.

March Transformation of matter. Engineering, 125:315–316, 360, 387.

Dec. Production and properties of high-frequency radiation. Nature, 122:883–886.

1929.

Jan. Anniversary address by the President of the Royal Society, November, 1928. Proc. Roy. Soc., A, 122:789:1–23.

March Origin of actinium and age of the earth. Nature, 123:313–314.

March and April. Molecular motions in rarefied gases. Engineering, 127:319–321, 347–348, 381, 449–450.

April Energy relations in artificial disintegrations. [J. Chadwick]. Camb. Phil. Soc., Proc., 25:186–192.

" Penetrating radiations. Engineer, 147:413.

" Opening discussion on the structure of atomic nuclei. Proc., Roy. Soc., A, 123:792:373–382.

Dec. Recent reactions between theory and experiment. Nature, 124:878–880.

1930.

Jan. Anniversary address by the President of the Royal Society, November, 1929. Proc. Roy. Soc., A, 126:801:184–203.

March and April. Atomic nuclei and their structure. Engineering, 129:371–372, 397–398, 437–438, 470–471.

Sept. A new method of analysis of groups of alpha rays. (1) The alpha rays from radium C, thorium C, and actinium C. [F. A. B. Ward and C. E. Wynn-Williams]. Proc. Roy. Soc., A, 129:809:211–234.

Dec. Intense magnetic fields and low temperature research. Nature, 126:884–885.

Radiations from Radioactive Substances. [James Chadwick and C. D. Ellis]. [Camb. Univ. Press].

1931.

Jan. Anniversary address by the President of the Royal Society, December, 1930. Proc. Roy. Soc., A, 130:813:239–259.

June Analysis of the long-range alpha particles from Radium C. [F. A. B. Ward and W. B. Lewis]. Proc. Roy. Soc., A, 131:818:684–703.

July Helium and its properties. Abstract. Nature, 128:137–138.

" Discussion on ultra-penetrating rays. Proc. Roy. Soc., A, 132:819:337–340.

Aug. The origin of the gamma rays. [C. D. Ellis]. Proc. Roy. Soc., A, 132:820:667–688.

Oct. Analysis of the alpha particles emitted from thorium C and actinium C. [C. E. Wynn-Williams and W. B. Lewis]. Proc. Roy. Soc., A, 133:822:351–366.

1932.

March Origin of the gamma rays. Nature, 129:457–458.

May The gamma rays from actinium emanation and their origin. [B. V. Bowden]. Proc. Roy. Soc., A, 136:829:407–412.

June Opening address on the structure of atomic nuclei. Proc. Roy. Soc., A, 136:830:735–744.

Nov. Atomic projectiles and their applications. Abstract. Nature, 130:730–731.

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1933.

March Recent results upon the transmutation of the elements. Abstract. Nature, 131:388–389.

" Analysis of alpha rays by an annular magnetic field. [C. E. Wynn-Williams, W. B. Lewis, and B. V. Bowden]. Proc. Roy. Soc., A, 139:839:617–637.

April The transmutation of the elements. Disc., 14:105–108.

July Experiments on the transmutation of elements by protons. [M. L. E. Oliphant]. Proc. Roy. Soc., A, 141:843:259–281.

Sept. 12 Atomic transmutation. The Times, London.

Sept. Makers of science. Nature, 132:367–369.

" The transmutation of lithium by protons and by ions of the heavy isotope of hydrogen. [M. L. E. Oliphant and B. B. Kinsey]. Proc. Roy. Soc., A, 141:845:722–733.

" A review of a quarter of a century's work on atomic transmutation. Abstract. British Ass. for Adv. of Sci., Report, 431–432.

Oct. Analysis of the long-range alpha particles from radium C by the magnetic focussing method. [W. B. Lewis and B. V. Bowden]. Proc. Roy. Soc., A, 142:846:347–361.

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1934.

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