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Reference numberEC/1929/09
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TitleKapitza, Piotr Leonidovich: certificate of election to the Royal Society
Date2 May 1929
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationDistinguished for his discoveries relating to the effects of intense magnetic fields. Author of the following papers in the Proceedings of the Royal Society: - 'The Loss of Energy of an alpha-Ray Beam in its Passage through Matter' (1922); 'alpha-Ray Tracks in a Strong Magnetic Field' (1924); 'A Method of Producing Strong Magnetic Fields' (1924); 'The Zeeman Effect in Strong Magnetic Fields' (1925); 'Further Developments of the Method of obtaining Strong Magnetic Fields' (1927); 'The Study of the Specific Resistance of Bismuth Crystals and its change in Strong Magnetic Fields and some Allied Problems' (Parts I-III, 1928), and other papers.
ProposersC T R Wilson; F W Aston; Richard Threlfall; F E Smith; H T Tizard; G I Taylor; R T Glazebrook; C S Sherrington
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Kapitza, Piotr Leonidovich: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA4517Kapitza; Piotr Leonidovich (1894 - 1984)1894 - 1984
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