Authorised form of namePaneth; Friedrich Adolf (1887 - 1958)
Dates1887 - 1958
Place of birthVienna, Austria
Date of birth31 August 1887
Place of deathMainz, Germany
Date of death17/09/1958
Research fieldRadiochemistry
Inorganic chemistry
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election20/03/1947
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1960 vol 6 pp 227-246, plate, by H J Emeleus
Royal Society codeNA427
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1947/21Paneth, Friedrich Adolf: certificate of election to the Royal Society
MM/22/61Letter from Arthur Charles Glyn Egerton, Burlington House, London, to Friedrich Adolf Paneth, University of Durham5 February 1942
IM/Meitner Graf/003418Paneth, Friedrich Adolfnd
IM/GA/WS/2677Paneth, Freidrich Adolfnd
RR/64/27Referee's report by Arthur Stewart Eve, on a paper 'Identification and measurement of helium formed in beryllium by gamma-rays' by E Gluckauf and Friedrich Adolf Paneth[1937]
RR/68/474Referee's report by Gordon Miller Bourne Dobson, on two papers 'The helium content of atmospheric air' by Eugen Glueckauf and Friedrich Adolf Paneth, and 'A micro-analysis of the helium and neon contents of air' by Eugen Glueckauf[1944]
PB/1/33/1/7Nobel Prize1948
RR/60/30Referee's report by Robert John Stutt, Lord Rayleigh on a paper 'Spectroscopic identification and manometric measurement of artificially produced helium' by Friedrich Adolf Paneth, E Glückauf and H LoleitJune 1936
RR/56/22Referee's report by Alfred Edwin Howard Tutton, on a paper 'Helium-ratios of rocks and minerals from the diamond pipes of South Africa' by Arthur Holmes and Friedrich Adolf Paneth30 November 1935
RR/64/6Referee's report by Arthur Stewart Eve, on a paper 'On the occurrence of helium in beryls' by J W J Fay, E Gluckauf and Friedrich Adolf Paneth[1937]
RR/56/21Referee's report by Charles Drummond Ellis, on a paper 'Helium-ratios of rocks and minerals from the diamond pipes of South Africa' by Arthur Holmes and Friedrich Adolf Paneth[December 1935]
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