Photograph showing the disintegration of lithium w

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1937 in London

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Photograph showing the disintegration of lithium when bombarded by deuterons (from a photo lent by P.I. Dee, Esq.) (see
Philip Ivor Dee. Enquiries to Science Museum, London
Philip Ivor Dee. Enquiries to Science Museum, London

Photograph showing the disintegration of lithium when bombarded by deuterons (from a photo lent by P.I. Dee, Esq.) (see
Philip Ivor Dee. Enquiries to Science Museum, London
Philip Ivor Dee. Enquiries to Science Museum, London

Photograph showing the disintegration of lithium when bombarded by deuterons (from a photo lent by P.I. Dee, Esq.) (see
Philip Ivor Dee. Enquiries to Science Museum, London
Philip Ivor Dee. Enquiries to Science Museum, London

Diagram and atom track photograph showing the disintegration of lithium when bombarded by deuterons, on card mount (passe-partout framing without glass) with label, by Science museum photograpers, London, from images by P. I. Dee, 1937. See Royal Society's Proceedings, "A", Vol. 141, plate 17, no. 12 1933 for description.

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Category:
Nuclear Physics
Object Number:
1937-748
Materials:
cardboard, paper (fibre product)
Measurements:
overall (mount): 290 mm x 415 mm x 3 mm, .178 kg
type:
diagram
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
  • visual and verbal communication
  • photograph
  • positive - photograph
  • photographic print
credit:
Science Museum Photographer
status:
Permanent collection

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