Photograph showing disintegration of boron into 3

Made:
1937 in Cambridge
supplier:
Cavendish Laboratory
photographer:
Philip Ivor Dee

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Photograph showing disintegration of boron into 3 alpha-particles by bombardment with protons. Photograph, diagram and
Philip Ivor Dee. Enquiries to Science Museum, London
Philip Ivor Dee. Enquiries to Science Museum, London

Photograph showing disintegration of boron into 3 alpha-particles by bombardment with protons.
Philip Ivor Dee. Enquiries to Science Museum, London
Philip Ivor Dee. Enquiries to Science Museum, London

Photograph showing disintegration of boron into 3 alpha-particles by bombardment with protons. Diagram of the event.
Philip Ivor Dee. Enquiries to Science Museum, London
Philip Ivor Dee. Enquiries to Science Museum, London

Diagram and atom track photograph showing disintegration of boron into 3 alpha-particles by bombardment with protons, on card mount (passe-partout framing without glass) with label, by Science museum photograpers, London, 1937.

Details

Category:
Nuclear Physics
Object Number:
1937-597
Materials:
cardboard, paper (fibre product)
Measurements:
overall (mount): 355 mm x 420 mm x 3 mm, .22 kg
photograph: 192 mm x 163 mm
type:
diagram
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
  • visual and verbal communication
  • photograph
  • positive - photograph
  • photographic print
credit:
Dee, P.J.
status:
Permanent collection

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