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Authorised form of nameBradley; Albert James (1899 - 1972)
Dates1899 - 1972
Date of birth05 January 1899
Date of death04/09/1972
ActivityCareer:
Assistant Director of Research in Crystallography, Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge; Warren Fellow of the Royal Society, 1932-1938; 1851 Exhibition, 1926-1928
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election16/03/1939
SourcesObituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1973 vol 19 pp 117-128, plate, by H Lipson
Royal Society codeNA1872
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/000510Bradley, Albert Jamesnd
RR/44/51Referee's report by George Paget Thomson, on a paper 'The atomic scattering power of iron for various X-ray wave-lengths' by Albert James Bradley and R A H HopeJanuary 1932
RR/66/231Referee's report by Albert James Bradley, on a paper 'Diffraction of X-rays by crystals at elevated temperatures' by G D Preston[May 1939]
RR/49/34Referee's report by Frederick Alexander Lindemann, Viscount Cherwell, on a paper 'The crystal structure of the heusler alloys' by Albert James Bradley and J W Rodgers[January 1934]
RR/57/120Referee's report by Alfred Edwin Howard Tutton, on a paper 'An X-ray analysis of the nickel-aluminium system' by Albert James Bradley and A Taylor[October 1936]
RR/65/39Referee's report by Henry Cort Harold Carpenter, on a paper 'An X-ray study of the iron-nickel-aluminium ternary equilibrium diagram' by Albert James Bradley and A TaylorMarch 1938
RR/65/38Referee's report by Henry Cort Harold Carpenter, on a paper 'An X-ray investigation of slowly cooled copper-nickel-aluminium alloys' by Albert James Bradley and H LipsonMay 1938
RR/66/207Second referee's report by Albert James Bradley, on a paper 'An investigation of cold-worked polycrystalline alpha-iron' by L Mullins and J W Rodgers13 May 1940
RR/66/206Letter from Albert James Bradley, regarding a paper 'An investigation of cold-worked polycrystalline alpha-iron' by L Mullins and J W Rodgers2 December 1939
RR/66/205Referee's report by Albert James Bradley, on a paper 'An investigation of cold-worked polycrystalline alpha-iron' by L Mullins and J W Rodgers[December 1939]
RR/66/341Referee's report by Albert James Bradley, on a paper 'The lower limiting crystallite size and internal strains in some cold-worked metals' by W A Wood[May 1939]
RR/66/313Referee's report by Albert James Bradley, on a paper 'Behaviour of the crystalline structure of brass under slow and rapid cyclic stresses' by W A Wood and P L Thorpe[December 1939]
RR/68/1Referee's report by Albert James Bradley, on a paper 'On the a/ß brass type of equilibrium' by K W Andrews and William Hume-Rothery[1941]
RR/72/210Referee's report by Albert James Bradley, on a paper 'Plastic deformation of silver chloride. II. Photoelastic study of the internal stresses in glide packets' by J F Nye1949
RR/67/398Referee's report by Albert James Bradley, on a paper 'X-ray structure and elastic strains in copper' by S L Smith and W A WoodJuly 1940
RR/68/124Second referee's report by Albert James Bradley, on a paper 'The lattice spacings of the primary solid solutions in magnesium of the metals of Group IIIB and of tin and lead' by Geoffrey Vincent Raynor[1941]
RR/68/123Referee's report by Albert James Bradley, on a paper 'The lattice spacings of the primary solid solutions in magnesium of the metals of Group IIIB and of tin and lead' by Geoffrey Vincent Raynor[1941]
RR/68/233Referee's report by Albert James Bradley, on two papers 'A magnetic study of the two-phase iron-nickel alloys. II' by K Hoselitz and Willie Sucksmith, and 'the effect of coldwork on the magnetic properties of some iron-nickel alloys' by K Hoselitz[1942]
RR/71/225Referee's report by Albert James Bradley, on a paper 'Plastic deformation of silver chloride I. Internal stresses and the glide mechanism' by John Frederick Nye1948
EC/1939/04Bradley, Albert James: certificate of election to the Royal Society
RR/66/256Referee's report by Albert James Bradley, on a paper 'The lattice spacings of the primary solid solutions of silver, cadmium and indium in magnesium' by Geoffrey Vincent Raynor[December 1939]
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