Bertram Borden Boltwood papers 1890-1932 (inclusive).

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Boltwood, Bertram Borden, 1870-1927. Bertram Borden Boltwood papers 1890-1932 (inclusive).

Bertram Borden Boltwood papers 1890-1932 (inclusive).

Correspondence, laboratory notebooks, lectures, and other writings of B.B. Boltwood, scientist and professor of radiochemistry at Yale, best known for his early work in the study of radiation. Of particular note is Boltwood's extended correspondence with Lord Rutherford, the father of atomic physics.

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Boltwood, Bertram Borden, 1870-1927

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Ph.D. from Yale 1897; opened a private laboratory in New Haven with Joseph Hyde Pratt and acted as consultant to industry, 1900-1906; began work on radioactivity in 1904; Yale professor of physics in 1906, professor of radiochemistry, 1910-1927. From the description of Bertram Borden Boltwood papers 1890-1932 (inclusive). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702165927 Ph.D. from Yale 1897; opened a private laboratory in New Haven with Joseph Hyde Pratt and acted as co...

Yale University.

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Rutherford, Ernest Rutherford, Baron, 1871-1937.

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Yale university. Sheffield scientific school

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In 1847, Yale established the Department of Philosophy and Arts, which offered courses in philosophy, the arts, and the sciences. As the scientific fields gained in strength, the School of Applied Chemistry and the School of Engineering were developed. These schools were combined in 1854 to form the Yale Scientific School. In 1858 Joseph Earl Sheffield purchased the old Medical Institution and presented it to Yale, along with scientific apparatus and an endowment. The new school, dedicated as th...