Reference numberEC/1950/19
TitleShenstone, Allen Goodrich: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionCitation typed
CitationDistinguished for his contributions to the knowledge of the Zeeman effect and the analysis of atomic spectra. He developed methods of analysing unresolved Zeeman patterns and contributed greatly - and as one of the first - to the understanding of Autoionisation and perturbation in atomic spectra. Discovered the important 5S term in carbon. During the war he served as Chief Canadian Scientific Liaison Officer in London.
ProposersFrom Personal Knowledge. H H Plaskett; F E Simon; D A Jackson; J D Cockcroft; H W B Skinner; M L Oliphant; W L Bragg; C G Darwin; Charwell; G Ingle Finch.
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Shenstone, Allen Goodrich: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA1128Shenstone; Allen Goodrich (1893 - 1980)1893 - 1980
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