Reference numberMS/929/1/183
TitleLetter from Frederick Soddy, FRS, 184 Lancaster Road, Notting Hill, to James Mackenzie Davidson
Date31 July 1903
DescriptionRegrets not to have received the thorium from Germany before leaving for his holiday, however, assures Mackenzie Davidson that he will leave instructions at the College for it to be sent on to him as soon as it arrives. In answer to Mackenzie Davidson's previous question, 'which is the most radioactive salt', notes that they are all very similar, however, he has ordered Mackenzie Davidson hydroxide as he thinks it will be most suitable. Offers advice on methods for measuring alpha and beta rays.
Extent4 sides
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8018Soddy; Frederick (1877 - 1956)1877 - 1956
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