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Authorised form of nameRobinson; Harold Roper (1889 - 1955)
Dates1889 - 1955
Date of birth26 November 1889
Date of death28/11/1955
ActivityEducation:
PhD (Camb); DSc (Manch)
Career:
Professor of Physics, University College of South Wales, Cardiff; Assistant Director of the Physical Laboratories, Manchester; Moseley Research Student of the Royal Society; Reader in Experimental Physics in the University of Edinburgh
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election02/05/1929
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Obituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1957 vol 3 pp 161-172, plate, by E N da C Andrade
Royal Society codeNA1016
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1929/14Robinson, Harold Roper: certificate of election to the Royal Society
RR/40/5Second referee's report by Harold Roper Robinson, on a paper 'Secondary electronic emissions from metal foils and animal tissues' by William Valentine Mayneord 26 July 1930
RR/40/56Referee's report by Harold Roper Robinson, on a paper 'Total secondary electron emission from polycrystalline Nickel' by S. Ramachandra Rao March 1930
RR/40/57Referee's report by Harold Roper Robinson, on a paper 'Total secondary electron emission from a single crystal face of nickel' by S. Ramachandra Rao March 1930
RR/41/65Referee's report by Harold Roper Robinson, on a paper 'Some investigations in Röntgen spectra. Part I.-X-ray spark lines' by G B Deodhar25 January 1931
RR/43/21Referee's report by Harold Roper Robinson, on a paper 'The sensitivity of atomic analysis by X-rays' by C E Eddy and Thomas Howell Laby15 January 1932
RR/50/123Referee's report by Charles Drummond Ellis, on a paper 'Atomic constants deduced from secondary cathode ray measurements' by Harold Roper Robinson, J P Andrews and E J IronsSeptember 1933
RR/51/26Referee's report by Harold Roper Robinson, on a paper 'Auger effect in argon' by Leslie Harold Martin, J C Bower and Thomas Howell Laby26 October 1934
RR/57/5Referee's report by James Chadwick, on a paper 'The secondary cathode rays expelled from metals by molybdenum Ka radiations' by Harold Roper Robinson and C J B Clews[March 1935]
RR/57/113Referee's report by Harold Roper Robinson, on a paper 'Auger effect for the L level of xenon and krypton' by J C Bower12 July 1936
RR/58/76Referee's report by Harold Roper Robinson, on a paper 'The Auger effect in xenon and krypton' by Leslie Harold Martin and F H Eggleston13 July 1936
RR/60/45Referee's report by Harold Roper Robinson, on a paper 'Electron affinity spectrum of ferrous ion in aqueous solution' by R H Potterill, O J Walker and Joseph WeissApril 1936
RR/64/57Referee's report by Harold Roper Robinson, on a paper 'Absorption coefficients for Al, Cu and Ag in the X-ray region from 13 to 24 A' by R D Hill20 April 1937
RR/66/260Referee's report by George William Clarkson Kaye, on a paper 'Auger and secondary X -ray electrons from gold' by R L Mayo and Harold Roper Robinson21 August 1939
RR/67/60Referee's report by Marcus Laurence Elwin Oliphant, on a paper 'X-ray electrons expelled from metals by silver Ka1 radiations' by C J Birkett Clews and Harold Roper RobinsonJune 1940
RR/68/494Letter from Harold Roper Robinson, to John David Griffith Davies, regarding a paper 'Absorption of radium (B+C) gamma-rays' by J E Roberts10 April 1944
NLB/65/159Copy letter from James Hopwood Jeans, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Lord Rayleigh [Robert John Strutt], FRS28 August 1923
NLB/72/887Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor [Harold Roper] Robinson, FRS18 June 1930
PB/1/33/1/8Nobel Prize1948
IM/003855Robinson, Harold Ropernd
RR/68/495Referee's report by Harold Roper Robinson, on a paper 'Absorption of radium (B+C) gamma-rays' by J E Roberts10 April 1944
RR/40/3Referee's report by Harold Roper Robinson, on a paper 'Secondary electronic emissions from metal foils and animal tissues' by William Valentine Mayneord 12 April 1930
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