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R.S.1 CSAC 63.1.79/B.2, B.3, B.28, B.64
R.S.2 CSAC 63.1.79/B.22, B.24, B.64, B.133
R.S.3 CSAC 63.1.79/B.4, B.9, B.23, B.26, B.27, B.62. B.64
R.S.5 CSAC 63.1.79/B.10-B.12
R.S.6 CSAC 63.1.79/B.8, B.17, B.29, B.62, B.63, B.145-B.147
R.S.7 CSAC 63.1.79/B.13
R.S.9 CSAC 63.1.79/B.13, B.14, B.15
R.S.15 CSAC 63.1.79/B.17, B.18
R.S.16 CSAC 63.1.79/B.19, B.20, B.26-B.30, B.145-B.147
R.S.18 CSAC 63.1.79/B.19, B.20, B.111, B.146, B.147
R.S.19 CSAC 63.1.79/B.19, B.20
R.S.20 CSAC 63.1.79/B.65, B.66
R.S.22 CSAC 63.1.79/B.134, B.138
R.S.24 CSAC 63.1.79/B.65, B.66, B.138
R.S.25 CSAC 63.1.79/A.26
R.S.28 CSAC 63.1.79/B.134, B.138
R.S.29 CSAC 63.1.79/B.33, B.111
R.S.30 CSAC 63.1.79/B.34, B.85
R.S.32 CSAC 63.1.79/H.1
R.S.35 CSAC 63.1.79/B.84, B.144
R.S.37 CSAC 63.1.79/B.90, B.91
R.S.38 CSAC 63.1.79/B.84, B.104
R.S.40 CSAC 63.1.79/B.136-B.138
R.S.41 CSAC 63.1.79/B.35-B.37
R.S.42 CSAC 63.1.79/B.86, B.95, B.99, B.136-B.138
R.S.48 CSAC 63.1.79/B.87
R.S.51 CSAC 63.1.79/B.87, B.90
R.S.52 CSAC 63.1.79/E.19
R.S.54 CSAC 63.1.79/B.69, B.70, B.140, C.1-C.4
R.S.55 CSAC 63.1.79/H.18-H.23
R.S.56 CSAC 63.1.79/B.69, B.70, B.74, B.139, B.142, C.9-C.12, C.17
R.S.57 CSAC 63.1.79/H.29-H.41
R.S.58 CSAC 63.1.79/B.58-B.62
R.S.59 CSAC 63.1.79/B.102
R.S.60 CSAC 63.1.79/B.115, C.17, C.18
R.S.61 CSAC 63.1.79/C.19, C.20
R.S.62 CSAC 63.1.79/B.141
R.S.63 CSAC 63.1.79/B.40, B.55, B.95, B.104
R.S.65 CSAC 63.1.79/D.59, D.105
R.S.66 CSAC 63.1.79/B.38, B.39, B.113
R.S.67 CSAC 63.1.79/B.55, B.112, B.114
R.S.69 CSAC 63.1.79/H.51
R.S.70 CSAC 63.1.79/B.38, B.39, B.108, B.113
R.S.71 CSAC 63.1.79/C.87-C.90
R.S.72 CSAC 63.1.79/C.79-C.83, C.87-C.90, C.91-C.92, C.193
R.S.73 CSAC 63.1.79/H.53-H.56, J.15
R.S.74 CSAC 63.1.79/H.57-H.73
R.S.75 CSAC 63.1.79/F.60
R.S.76 CSAC 63.1.79/B.125
R.S.77 CSAC 63.1.79/H.78-H.80
R.S.78 CSAC 63.1.79/G.60
R.S.79 CSAC 63.1.79/C.101, C.107, C.206
R.S.83 CSAC 63.1.79/H.83-H.88
R.S.84 CSAC 63.1.79/G.96
R.S.86 CSAC 63.1.79/G.63
R.S.88 CSAC 63.1.79/C.106-C.124
R.S.89 CSAC 63.1.79/J.44, J.63, J.107
R.S.90 CSAC 63.1.79/C.97, C.207, G.102-G.103
R.S.91 CSAC 63.1.79/D.84, D.101-D.102, H.93-H.95
R.S.92 CSAC 63.1.79/D.86, D.101-D.102, H.93-H.95
R.S.93 CSAC 63.1.79/D.103, H.93-H.95
R.S.94 CSAC 63.1.79/F.53, H.93-H.95
R.S.95 CSAC 63.1.79/H.93-H.95
R.S.96 CSAC 63.1.79/H.93-H.95
R.S.97 CSAC 63.1.79/D.109, H.93-H.95
R.S.98 CSAC 63.1.79/F.68-F.69, H.93-H.95, J.63
R.S.99 CSAC 63.1.79/G.65, H.97
R.S.100 CSAC 63.1.79/H.93-H.94, H.96
R.S.101 CSAC 63.1.79/G.67
R.S.102 CSAC 63.1.79/H.98-H.100
R.S.103 CSAC 63.1.79/H.102
R.S.104 CSAC 63.1.79/C.215, C.244
R.S.105 CSAC 63.1.79/H.110
R.S.106 CSAC 63.1.79/H.113
R.S.107 CSAC 63.1.79/G.120-G.121
R.S.108 CSAC 63.1.79/H.119
R.S.109 CSAC 63.1.79/C.217
R.S.110 CSAC 63.1.79/H.124
R.S.111 CSAC 63.1.79/H.120
R.S.112 CSAC 63.1.79/H.118
R.S.113 CSAC 63.1.79/H.134
R.S.114 CSAC 63.1.79/G.12-G.16, G.69
R.S.115 CSAC 63.1.79/E.73
R.S.116 CSAC 63.1.79/H.126-H.132
R.S.117 CSAC 63.1.79/H.139
R.S.118 CSAC 63.1.79/G.123
R.S.119 CSAC 63.1.79/F.49-F.51
R.S.120 CSAC 63.1.79/G.70
R.S.121 CSAC 63.1.79/G.72
R.S.122 CSAC 63.1.79/H.146-H.149
R.S.124 CSAC 63.1.79/G.74
R.S.125 CSAC 63.1.79/H.150
R.S.126 CSAC 63.1.79/H.151
R.S.127 CSAC 63.1.79/H.152
R.S.128 CSAC 63.1.79/B.143, H.154
R.S.129 CSAC 63.1.79/H.154
R.S.130 CSAC 63.1.79/G.17-G.22
R.S.131 CSAC 63.1.79/H.156
LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
Reproduced by permission from Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society, 21, 1975, 108-113
(1) 1922 On the analysis of [gamma]-ray photographs. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 102, 294.
(2) 1923 A note on the natural curvature of [gamma]-ray tracks. Proc. Comp. phil. Soc. 21, 517.
(3) The study of forked [gamma]-ray tracks. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 103, 62.
(4) 1924 Angular momentum and electron impact. Proc. Camb. phil. Soc. 22, 56.
(5) 1925 (With J. FRANCK) Anregung von Spektren des Wasserscoffs durch Elektronenstoss. Z. Phys. 34, 389.
(6) The ejection of protons from nitrogen nuclei, photographed by the Wilson method. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 107, 349.
(7) 1927 (With E.P. HUDSON) The elasticity of the collisions of [gamma]-particles with hydrogen nuclei. Proc. R.Soc. Lond. A 117, 124.
(8) The limits of classical scattering theory. Proc. Camb. phil. Soc. 23, 698.
(9) An automatic cloud chamber for the rapid production of [gamma]-ray photographs. J. scient. Instrum. 4, 433.
(10) 1929 On the automatic use the standard Wilson chamber. J. scient. Instrum. 6, 184.
(11) On the design and use of a double camera for photographing artificial disintegrations. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 123, 613.
(12) 1930 (With E.K. RIDEAL) Measurement of relative specific heats of gases at high temperatures. Nature, Lond. 125, 816.
(13) (With P.S.H. HENRY) A flow method for comparing the specific heats of gases. II. The theory of the method. Proc. R. Soc. Lond A 126, 333.
(14) (With P.S.H. HENRY & E. K. RIDEAL) A flow method for comparing the specific heats of gases. I. The experimental method. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 126, 319.
(15) 1931 (With F. C. CHAMPION) The scattering of slow [gamma]-particles by helium. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 130, 380.
(16) 1932 (With D. S. LEES) Further investigations with a Wilson chamber. II. The range and velocity of recoil atoms. Proc. R. Soc. Land. A 134, 658.
(17) On the loss of energy of [gamma]-particles and H-particles. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 135, 132.
(18) (With D. S. LEES) Investigations with a Wilson chamber. I. On the photography of artificial disingration collisions. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 136, 325.
(19) 1932 (With D.S. LEES) Further investigations with a Wilson champer. III. the accuracy of the angle determinations. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 136, 368.
(20) (With G. P. S. OCCHIALINI) Photography of penetrating corpuscular radiation, Nature, Lond, 130, 363.
(21) 1933 Cosmic radiation. Q. H R. met. Soc. 59, 217. (Summarized in Observatory 56, 122.)
(22) (With J. CHADWICK & G. P. S. OCCHIALINI) New evidence for the positive electron. Nature, Lond. 131, 473.
(23) Inaugural address, Birkbeck College, 2 November 1933. Nature, Lond. 132, 741.
(24) The positive electron, Nature, Lond. 132, 917.
(25) The craft of experimental physics. University Studies (ed. Harold Wright). London: Nicholson & Watson.
(26) (With G. P. S. OCCHIALINI) Some photographs of the tracks of penetrating radiation. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 139, 699.
(27) 1934 Cosmic radiation (Royal Institution Evening Discourse.) Proc. R. Instn Gt Br. 28, 312.
(28) (With J. CHADWICK & G. P. S. OCCHIALINI) Some experiments on the production of positive electrons. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 144, 235.
(29) On the technique of the counter controlled cloud chamber. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 146, 281.
(30) 1935 The absorption of cosmic rays. International conference on physics Vol. I, Nuclear physics, P. 199. London: Physical Society.
(31) La radiation cosmique, Paris: Hermann & Cie.
(32) The frustration of science, ch. VII. London: Allen & Unwin.
(33) Zum Ultrastrahlungsproblem. Phys. Z. 36, 773; and Z. tech. Phys. 16, 379.
(34) 1936 The measurement of the energy of cosmic rays. I. The electro-magnet and the cloud chamber. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 154, 564.
(35) (With R.B. BRODE) The measurement of the energy of cosmic rays. II. The curvature measurements and the energy spectrum. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 154, 573.
(36) Cosmic rays. The Halley lecture 1936. Oxford: Clarendon Press.
(37) 1937 Cosmic radiation (three Cantor lectures). J. R. Soc. Arts 85, 893, 905, 921. (The first of these three lectures was reprinted in Scient. Am. November 1938, p. 246 and in Smithson. Ann. Rep. 1938, p. 175.)
(38) Further measurements of the cosmic ray energy spectrum. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 159, 1.
(39) The energy-range relation for cosmic ray particles. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 159, 19.
(40) (With J. G. WILSON) The energy loss of cosmic ray particles in metal plates. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 160, 304.
(41) 1938 On the instability of the barytron and the temperature effect of cosmic rays. Phys. Rev. 54, 973.
(42) The nature of the penetrating cornponent of cosmic rays. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 165, 11.
(43) (With J. G. WILSON) The scattering of cosmic ray particles in metal plates. Proc. R. Soc. Lond, A 165, 209.
(44) High altitude cosmic radiation. Nature, Lond, 142, 692.
(45) Further evidence for the radioactive decay of mesotrons. Nature, Lond. 142, 992.
(46) 1939 (With F. C. WILLIAMS) An automatic curve follower for use with the differential analyser. Proc. Camb. Phil. Soc. 35, 494.
(47) Cosmic rays-the 30th Kelvin lecture. F. Instn elect. Engrs 85, 681.
(48) 1939 Instability of the mesotron and the gravitational constant. Nature, Lond. 144, 30.
(49) (With B. ROOSI) Some recent experiments on cosmic rays. Rev. mod. Phys. 11, 277.
(50) 1941 (With A.C.B. LOVELL) Radio echoes and cosmic ray showers. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 177, 183.
(51) Cosmic rays: recent developments-the 24th Guthrie lecture. Proc. phys. Soc. 53, 203.
(52) 1946 The atom and the charter. London: Fabian Publications.
(53) Science and the welfare of mankind, p. 21. The Temple Fortune Press.
(54) 1947 On Pomeranchuk's theory of the radiation by ultra-relativistic electrons in the Earth's magnetic field. Physical Society report on International Conference on Fundamental particles and low temperatures, Vol, I, Fundamental particles, p. 79.
(55) Evan James Williams, 1903-45. Obit. not. Fell. R. Soc. 5, 387. (The extract appropriate to operational research is reprinted in Studies of war pt 2, ch. 4, p. 235. Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1962.
(56) The magnetic field of massive rotating bodies. Nature, Lond. 159, 658.
(57) 1948 Military and political consequences of atomic energy. London: Turnstile Press.
(58) A possible contribution to the light of the night sky from the Cerenkov radiation emitted by cosmic rays. Physical Soc. Gassiot Committee Report: the emission spectra of the might sky and aurorae, p. 34.
(59) Cloud chamber researches in nuclear physics and cosmic radiation. (Nobel Lecture, 13 December 1948.) Nobel lectures: Physics 1942-62, p. 97. Amsterdam: Elsevier (1964).
(60) 1949 The magnetic field of massive rotating bodies. Phil. Mag. (7) 40, 125.
(61) Rotation and terrestrial magnetism. (R.A.S. Geophysical Discussion, 25 February 1949.) Observatory 69, 103.
(62) Magnetic field of large rotating bodies. (Royal Institution Evening Discourse, 8 April 1949.) Proc. R. Instn Gt Br. 34, 393.
(63) Cloud chamber studies of penetrating showers. Nuovo Cim. (9) 6, 459.
(64) 1952 A negative experiment relating to magnetism and the Earth's rotation. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. A 245, 309.
(65) 1953 Recollections of problems studied 1940-45. Brassey's annual 1953. (Reprinted in Studies of war, pt 2, ch. 3, p. 205. Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, 1962.)
(66) 1954 Time variations of cosmic rays. Re. Seminar mat. fis. Milano 24, 34 (1952-53).
(67) V-particles and the cloud chamber. Nuovo Cim. (9) 11, 264.
(68) America's atomic dilemma. The New Statesmen and Nation, 13 February 1954. British policy and the H-bomb. The New Statesman and Nation, 14, 21 and 28 August 1954. Scientific method and the study of war. The Listener, 10 November 1955.
(69) 1955 Rutherford memorial lecture 1954. Phys. Soc. Year Book, p. 13.
(70) 1956 Cosmic rays and the Sun. Vistas Astr. (ed. A. Beer) 2, 820.
(71) (With D. J. SUTTON) A new magnetic measuring instrument. Appendix 1 in Lectures on rock magnetism. Israel: The Weizmann Press.
(72) Lectures on rock magnetism. (The second Weizmann Memorial Lectures, December 1954.) Israel: The Weizmann Press.
(73) Atomic weapons and East-West relations. (The Lees Knowles Lectures on military science.) Cambridge University Press.
(74) 1957 Technology and world advancement (Presidential Address to the British Association in Dublin, 4 September 1957). Advmt Sci. Br. Ass. 14, 3. (A shortened version was printed in The Listener 58, 331, 1957.)
(75) 1958 Atomic heretic. The Listner, 11 September, p. 375.
(76) 1958 The elementary particles of nature. (The Silvanus Thompson Memorial Lecture 1957.) Br. J. Radiol. 31, 1.
(77) 1959 The Rutherford Memorial Lecture 1958. (McGill University 29 September 1958). Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 251, 293.
(78) The problem of the underdeveloped countries. (The David Davies Memorial Lecture November 1959.) David Davies Memorial Institute of International Studies.
(79) 1960 (With J. A. CLEGG & P. H. S. STUBBS) An analysis of rock magnetic data. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 256, 291.
(80) The magnetism of rocks and continental drift. (Fiftieth May Lecture of the Institute of Metals, 29 March 1960.) J. Inst. Metals 89, 113.
(81) Charles Thomas Rees Wilson. Biogr. Mem. Fellows R. Soc. 6, 269.
(82) Jean Frederic Joliot. Biogr. Mem. Fellows R. Soc. 6, 87.
(83) Tizard and the science of war. (Institute for Strategic Studies, 11 February 1960.) Nature, Lond. 185, 647. (Reprinted in Studies of war, pt 1, ch. 8, p. 101. Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, 1962.)
(84) New science or old technology in Science and the new nations. International conference on science in the advancement of the new states, Rehovoth, Israel, 16 August 1960. p. 11. London: A. Deutsch (1963).
(85) 1961 Controlled fusion reactions. (The forty-seventh Thomas Hawksley Lecture, 22 February 1961) Proc. Instn mech. Engrs 175, 39.
(86) Science and technology and the developing countries. (Tenth Hinchley Memorial Lecture.) Trans. Instn chem. Engrs 39, 299.
(87) Note on the history of the experimental proof of non-conservation of parity. Physics to-day 14, 86.
(88) Comparison of ancient climates with the ancient latitudes deduced from rock magnetic data. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 263, I.
(89) Science and government. Scient. Am. April 1961. (Reprinted in Studies of war, pt 1, ch. 9, p. 120. Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, 1962.)
(90) 1962 On distinguishing self-reversed from field-reversed rocks. J. phys. Soc. Japan 17, 699.
(91) Operational research, Document I. Scientists at the operational level.
Advint Sci. Br. Ass. 5, 26 (1948). (Reprinted in Studies of war pt II, ch. 1, p. 169. Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd.)
(92) Operational research. Document II. A note on certain aspects of the methodology of operational research. Advmt Sci. Br. Ass. 5, 29 (1948).
(Reprinted in Studies of war pt II, ch. 1. p. 176. Oliver & Boyd.)
(93) The scope of operational research. Opl Res. Q. 1, no. 1 March 1950.
(Reprinted in Studies of war, pt II, ch. 2, p. 199. Oliver & Boyd)
(94) The military consequences of atomic energy. (The Sir Halley Stewart Lectures, 1948.) Ch. II of The atomic age, London: Allen & Unwin (1949).
(Reprinted in Studies of war, pt I, ch. I, p. 3 Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd.)
(95) Nuclear weapons and defence. International Affairs 34, October 1958.
(Reprinted in Studies of war, pt I, ch, 5, p. 54. Oliver & Boyd.)
(96) Thoughts on British defence policy. The New Statesman, 5 December 1959.
(Reprinted in Studies of war, pt I, ch. 7, p. 78. Oliver & Boyd.)
(97) Operational research and nuclear weapons. H. R. Un. Serv. Instn August 1961. (Another version under the title: Critique of some contemporary defence thinking appeared in Encounter April 1961, and in Studies of war, pt I, ch. 10, p. 128. Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd.)
(98) The real road to disarmament. The New Statesman, 2 March 1962. (Reprinted in Studies of war, pt I, ch. II, p. 147. Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd Also a shorter version: Steps towards disarmament in Scient. Am. April 1962.)
(99) 1962 Science, technology and world advancement. (The Irvine Memorial Lecture at the University of St Andrews, 3 November 1961.) Nature, Lond. 193, 416.
(100) Organisational problems of scientific research in the universities. Nature, Lond. 194, 721.
(101) 1963 Address at United Nations Conference on applications of science and technology for the benefit of less developed areas. Geneva, February 1963. Plenary Proceedings (2nd plemary session) vol. 8, pt 1, p. 49.
(102) 1964 The universities and the nation's crisis. (The British Association Granada Lecture, 8 October 1963.) Adumt Sci Br. Ass. p. 379.
(103) Wanted: a wand over Whitehall. New Statesman 68, 346.
(104) 1965 Introduction to 'A symposium on continental drift' (19-20 March 1964). Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. A 258, vii.
(105) 1966 Science, technology and government. University of Exeter Gasette, no. 43, p. 3. 1966.
(106) Education and the trade gap. Tizard Memorial Lecture, Westminster School, 24 February 1966.
(107) 1967 The ever widening gap. (Address to the Washington meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, 27 December 1966.) Science N.Y. 155, 959.
(108) 1966 Technology, industry and economic growth. 13th Fawley Foundation Lecture, University of Southampton, 1966.
(109) Continental drift. (Eight Hugh Macmillan Lecture to the Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders Scotl. 109, 177.
(110) 1967 Address at annual luncheon of the Parliamentary and Scientific Committee 16 February 1967.
(111) Anniversary address, Royal Society, 30 November 1966. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A. 296, v.
(112) The Lunar Society of Birmingham. Univ. Birmingham Hist. J. 11. 1.
(113) 1968 Speech on the occasion of the opening of the new premises at Carlton House Terrace, 21 November 1967. Notes Rec. R. Soc. Lond. 23, 5.
(114) Science and technology in an unequal world. (First Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Lecture, New Delhi, 13 November 1967.) New Delhi: Indraprastha Press.
(115) Memorandum to the Select Committee on Science and Technology, March 1968.
(116) Anniversary address, Royal Society, 30 November 1967. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 303, v.
(117) 1969 Anniversary address, Royal Society, 30 November 1968. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A. 308, v.
(118) The old days of the Cavendish. (Lecture at meeting of the European Physical Society, Florence 1969.) Riv. nuovo Cim. (1) 1, xxxii.
(119) 1970 Anniversary address, Royal Society, 1 December 1969. Proc R. Soc. Lond. A 314, 285.
(120) Reflections on science and technology in developing countries. (The Gandhi Memorial Lecture, Nairobi, 1969.) Nairobi: East African Publishing House.
(121) The gap widens. (The Rede Lecture, Cambridge, 15 May 1969.) Cambridge University Press.
(122) Hansard (House of Lord), 308, col. 384.
(123) 1971 Anniversary address, Royal Society, 30 November 1970, Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 321, 1.
(124) 1971 Science, technology and aid in developing countries. (Third Encyclopaedia Britannica Lecture.) Edinburgh University Press.
(125) Hanard (House of Lords), 315, col. 184.
(126) 1972 Hanard (House of Lords), 328, col. 833.
(127) Hanard (House of Lords), 330, col. 127.
(128) Rutherford. Notes Rec. R. Soc. Lond. 27. 57.
(129) The rich and poor nations. Technol. Sci. 7, 40. Bath University Press.
(130) 1973 Aspects of India's development. (The fourth Nehru Memorial Lecture, 7 December 1971.) The Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Trust.
(131) Vikram Sarabhai. Obituary notice. Proc. 13th Int. cosmic Ray Conference 5, 3482.