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Authorised form of nameWilson; Sir; Alan Herries (1906 - 1995)
Dates1906 - 1995
Date of birth02/07/1906
Date of death30/09/1995
ActivityHonours:
Kt 1961
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election19/03/1942
Age at election35
SourcesObituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1999 vol 45 pp 547-562, plate, by E H Sondheimer
Royal Society codeNA3490
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1942/20Wilson, Sir Alan Herries: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/GA/AR/6999Wilson, Sir Alan Herriesnd
RR/71/45Referee's report by Alan Herries Wilson, on a paper 'The electroviscous effect for suspensions of solid spherical particles' by F Booth[1948]
RR/46/118Referee's report by Owen Willans Richardson, on a paper 'A note on the theory of rectification' by Alan Herries Wilson[January 1932]
RR/67/36Referee's report by Paul Adrien Maurice Dirac, on a paper 'Radiative processes involving fast mesons' by F Booth and Alan Herries WilsonApril 1940
RR/69/301Letter from Edmund Clifton Stoner, on a paper 'The theory of the magneto-resistance effects in metals' by E H Sondheimer and Alan Herries Wilson8 January 1947
RR/71/233Referee's report by Alan Herries Wilson, on a paper 'The constitution of the aluminium-rich aluminium-cobaltcopper alloys, with special reference to the role of transitional metals in alloy formation' by P C L Pfeil and Geoffrey Vincent Raynor1948
RR/71/43Referee's report by Alan Herries Wilson, on a paper 'The refinement of atomic parameters by the technique known in X-ray crystallography as ‘the method of steepest descents’' by A D Booth[1948]
RR/72/142Letter from Alan Herries Wilson, on a paper 'On the Bose-Einstein condensation' by S R De Groot, G J Hooyman and C A Ten Seldam to D C Martin, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society30 November 1949
RR/71/198Third referee's report by Alan Herries Wilson, on a paper 'Classical electrodynamics without singularities' by H McManus15 June 1948
RR/72/143Letter from Alan Herries Wilson, on a paper 'On the Bose-Einstein condensation' by S R De Groot, G J Hooyman and C A Ten Seldam to D C Martin, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society27 April 1950
RR/36/93Referee's report by Charles Galton Darwin, on a paper 'The ionised hydrogen molecule' by Alan Herries Wilson[January 1928]
IM/Meitner Graf/004949Wilson, Sir Alan Herriesnd
RR/69/300Letter from Edmund Clifton Stoner, on a paper 'The theory of the magneto-resistance effects in metals' by E H Sondheimer and Alan Herries Wilson11 December 1945
RR/69/299Referee's report by Edmund Clifton Stoner, on a paper 'The theory of the magneto-resistance effects in metals' by E H Sondheimer and Alan Herries Wilson15 November 1946
RR/71/197Second referee's report by Alan Herries Wilson, on a paper 'Classical electrodynamics without singularities' by H McManus8 March 1948
RR/71/196Referee's report by Alan Herries Wilson, on a paper 'Classical electrodynamics without singularities' by H McManus[1948]
RR/36/94Second referee's report by Charles Galton Darwin, on a paper 'The ionised hydrogen molecule' by Alan Herries Wilson[February 1928]
RR/36/95Referee's report by Charles Galton Darwin, on a paper 'A generalised spheroidal wave equation' by Alan Herries Wilson[January 1928]
RR/38/23Referee's report by Edward Arthur Milne, on a paper 'A detailed study of the "radioactive decay" of, and the penetration of a-particles into, a simplified one-dimensional nucleus' by Ralph Howard Fowler and Alan Herries WilsonMay 1929
RR/72/144Referee's report by Alan Herries Wilson, on a paper 'On the Bose-Einstein condensation' by S R De Groot, G J Hooyman and C A Ten Seldam1949
RR/73/73Letter from Alan Herries Wilson, on four papers by William Keith Burton, Nicolás Cabrera and Frederick Charles Frank to D C Martin, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society22 May 1950
RR/73/72Letter from William Lawrence Bragg, on four papers by William Keith Burton, Nicolás Cabrera and Frederick Charles Frank to David Brunt10 May 1950
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