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Authorised form of nameWilliams; Evan James (1903 - 1945)
Dates1903 - 1945
NationalityBritish
Place of birthCwmsychpant, near Llanbyther, Cardiganshire, Wales
Date of birth08/06/1903
Place of deathLlanbyther, Cardiganshire
Date of death29/09/1945
ActivityCareer:
Leverhulme Fellow and Lecturer in Physics in the University of Liverpool. Professor elect in the University of Wales, Aberystwyth
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election16/03/1939
Age at election35
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB (MP)
Obituaries:
Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society 1945-1948 vol 5 pp 387-406, plate, by P M S Blackett
Royal Society codeNA3701
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1939/20Williams, Evan James: certificate of election to the Royal Society
RR/42/81Referee's report by Richard Whiddington, on a paper 'Passage of slow ß-particles through matter—production of branches' by Evan James WilliamsMay 1930
RR/42/83Referee's report by Charles Drummond Ellis, on a paper 'The loss of energy by ß-particles and its distribution between different kinds of collisions' by Evan James WilliamsOctober 1930
RR/44/135Referee's report by Ralph Howard Fowler, on a paper 'The passage of a- and ß- particles through matter and Born's theory of collisions' by Evan James WilliamsOctober 1931
RR/49/35Referee's report by Geoffrey Ingram Taylor, on a paper 'The effect of thermal agitation on atomic arrangement in alloys' by William Lawrence Bragg and Evan James Williams[January 1934]
RR/51/137Referee's report by Charles Galton Darwin, on a paper 'Anomalous dispersion and absorption of X-rays' by Evan James Williams[September 1933]
RR/55/60Referee's report by Geoffrey Ingram Taylor, on a paper 'The effect of thermal agitaion on atomic arrangement in alloys—II' by William Lawrence Bragg and Evan James WilliamsJuly 1935
RR/57/55Referee's report by Geoffrey Ingram Taylor, on a paper 'The effect of thermal agitation on atomic arrangement in alloys-III' by Evan James Williams[July 1935]
RR/66/334Referee's report by Patrick Maynard Stuart Blackett, Baron Blackett of Chelsea, on a paper 'Some observations on cosmic rays using a large randomly operated cloud chamber' by Evan James Williams[May 1939]
RR/66/330Referee's report by John Douglas Cockcroft, on a paper 'K-electron capture, nuclear isomerism and the longperiod activities of titanium and scandium' by H Walke, Evan James Williams and G R Evans11 March 1939
RR/42/82Referee's report by Charles Drummond Ellis, on a paper 'The rate of loss of energy by ß-particles in passing through matter' by Evan James WilliamsOctober 1930
NLB/71/728Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to [Evan James] Williams Esq.15 October 1928
RR/46/115Referee's report by Charles Galton Darwin, on a paper 'Applications of the method of impact parameter in collisions' by Evan James Williams[September 1932]
IM/004928Williams, Evan James1994
RR/65/279Referee's rpeort by Patrick Maynard Stuart Blackett, on a paper 'Concerning the scattering of fast electrons and of cosmic-ray particles' by Evan James WilliamsNovember 1938
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