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Authorised form of nameCowling; Thomas George (1906 - 1990)
SurnameCowling
ForenamesThomas George
Dates1906 - 1990
Dates and placesBirth:
17 June 1906
Death:
16 June 1990
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
20/03/1947
Medals/Prizes:
Hughes Medal 1990
SourcesObituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1991 vol 37 pp 103-125, plate, by L Mestel
Royal Society codeNA601
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
PB/3/1/3/3/12Correspondece with Thomas Cowling following Blackett's 1947 paper on magnetismApril-December 1947
EC/1947/06Cowling, Thomas George: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/GA/WS/2687Cowling, Thomas George1946
IM/GA/WRS/8391Cowling, Thomas Georgend
IM/000971Cowling, Thomas Georgec 1985
MS/837Thomas George Cowling papers1964-1981
RR/72/216Letter from Thomas George Cowling, on a paper 'The derivation of a model solar chromosphere from radio data. I. The intensity and distribution of radiation. II. Evaluation of electron temperatures and densities' by J H Piddington to D C Martin, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society9 September 1949
RR/68/31Letter from George Paget Thomson, to Sydney Chapman, regarding a paper 'The velocity of diffusion in a mixed gas; the second approximation' by Sydney Chapman and Thomas George Cowling14 March 1941
RR/68/32Memoranda, on a paper 'The velocity of diffusion in a mixed gas; the second approximation' by Sydney Chapman and Thomas George Cowling26 April 1941
RR/68/452Referee's report by David Brunt, on a paper 'The electrical conductivity of an ionized gas in a magnetic field, with applications to the solar atmosphere and the ionosphere' by Thomas George Cowling[1944]
RR/71/237Referee's report by Thomas George Cowling, on a paper 'The induction of electric currents in a non-uniform ionosphere' by A A Ashour and A T PriceJune 1948
RR/71/48Referee's report by Thomas George Cowling, on a paper 'The structure of the reaction zone in a flame' by Samuel Francis Boys and J Corner6 October 1948
RR/71/68Referee's report by Thomas George Cowling, on a paper 'The lunar atmospheric tide at twenty-seven stations widely distributed over the globe' by Sydney Chapman and K K Tschu[1948]
RR/71/124Letter from Thomas George Cowling, to Mr Graddon, regarding a paper 'The thermal equilibrium at the tropopause and the temperature of the lower stratosphere' by R M Goody[August 1948]
RR/71/285Referee's report by Thomas George Cowling, on a paper 'Kinetic theory of diffusion in gases and liquids' by L M Yang1948
RR/72/44Letter from Thomas George Cowling, on two papers 'Electronic wave functions - I. A general method of calculation for the stationary states of any molecular system' and 'Electronic wave functions II. A calculation for the ground state of the beryllium atom' by Samuel Francis Boys to D C Martin, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society19 September 1949
RR/72/217Referee's report by Thomas George Cowling, on a paper 'The derivation of a model solar chromosphere from radio data. I. The intensity and distribution of radiation. II. Evaluation of electron temperatures and densities' by J H Piddington 1949
PB/9/1/101/3Royal Society correspondence1960-1961
RR/71/125Referee's report by Thomas George Cowling, on a paper 'The thermal equilibrium at the tropopause and the temperature of the lower stratosphere' by R M Goody[1948]
RR/72/43Letter from Thomas George Cowling, on two papers 'Electronic wave functions - I. A general method of calculation for the stationary states of any molecular system' and 'Electronic wave functions II. A calculation for the ground state of the beryllium atom' by Samuel Francis Boys to D C Martin, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society13 September 1949
RR/72/215Letter from Thomas George Cowling, on a paper 'The derivation of a model solar chromosphere from radio data. I. The intensity and distribution of radiation. II. Evaluation of electron temperatures and densities' by J H Piddington to the Chairman of the Physics Sectional Committee1949
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