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Authorised form of nameFrohlich; Herbert (1905 - 1991)
Other forms of nameFroelich
SurnameFrohlich
ForenamesHerbert
Dates1905 - 1991
Dates and placesBirth:
09 December 1905
Death:
23 January 1991
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
15/03/1951
General contextAssociated material;
Papers deposited at Liverpool University Library - NCUACS catalogue 168/11/08;
SourcesObituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1992 vol 38 pp 145-162, plate, by Sir Nevill Mott
Royal Society codeNA2046
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/001568Frohlich, Herbert1987/88
EC/1951/06Frohlich, Herbert: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/001569Frohlich, Herbert1987/8
PB/1/33/1/3Nobel Prize1948
IM/001567Frohlich, Herbertnd
RR/66/85Referee's report by Max Born, on a paper 'Theory of electrical breakdown in ionic crystals. II' by Herbert Fröhlich[May 1939]
RR/66/86Referee's report by James Chadwick, on a paper 'Theory of electrical breakdown in ionic crystals. II' by Herbert Fröhlich[May 1939]
RR/59/84Referee's report by Ernest Rutherford, Baron Rutherford of Nelson, on a paper 'Time effects in the magnetic cooling method II—the conductivity of heat' by Herbert Fröhlich and Walter Heinrich Heitler[1936]
RR/59/85Referee's report by Ralph Howard Fowler, on a paper 'A quantum mechanical discussion of the cohesive forces and thermal expansion coefficients of the alkali metals' by Herbert Fröhlich[July 1936]
RR/64/26Referee's report by John Edward Lennard-Jones, on a paper 'Theory of electrical breakdown in ionic crystals' by Herbert Fröhlich16 February 1937
RR/65/97Referee's report by Paul Adrien Maurice Dirac, on a paper 'On the nuclear forces and the magnetic moments of the neutron and the proton' by Herbert Fröhlich, Walter Heinrich Heitler and Nicholas KemmerFebruary 1938
RR/66/89Referee's report by Owen Willans Richardson, on a paper 'The mean free path of electrons in polar crystals' by Herbert Fröhlich and Nevill Francis Mott[May 1939]
RR/66/88Referee's report by James Chadwick, on a paper 'The photodisintegration of the deuteron in the meson theory' by Herbert Fröhlich, Walter Heinrich Heitler and B Kahn[October 1939]
RR/66/87Referee's report by James Chadwick and Charles Galton Darwin, on a paper 'Deviation from the Coulomb law for the proton' by Herbert Fröhlich, Walter Heinrich Heitler and B Kahn[March 1939]
RR/67/177Referee's report by Ralph Howard Fowler, on a paper 'Orientation of nuclear spins in metals' by Herbert Fröhlich and Frank Reginald Nunes Nabarro1940
RR/68/65Referee's report by William Wilson, on a paper 'On the dielectric strength of mixed crystals' by Herbert Fröhlich[1941]
RR/68/293Referee's report by Cyril Norman Hinshelwood, on a paper 'Dielectric properties of dipolar substances' by Herbert Fröhlich and R Sack[1943]
RR/70/111Referee's report by Rudolph Ernst Peierls, on a paper 'The binding energies of very light nuclei' by Herbert Fröhlich, Kun Huang and Ian Naismith Sneddon to the Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society1947
RR/70/109Letter from Rudolph Ernst Peierls, on a paper 'The binding energies of very light nuclei' by Herbert Fröhlich, Kun Huang and Ian Naismith Sneddon to the Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society7 March 1947
RR/70/110Letter from Rudolph Ernst Peierls, on a paper 'The binding energies of very light nuclei' by Herbert Fröhlich, Kun Huang and Ian Naismith Sneddon to the Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society1 March 1947
P/0269Portrait of Frohlich, Herbertc.1960s
P/0268Portrait of Frohlich, Herbertc.1960s-1970s
RR/66/90Referee's report by Edward Neville da Costa Andrade, on a paper 'The mean free path of electrons in polar crystals' by Herbert Fröhlich and Nevill Francis Mott[April 1939]
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