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Authorised form of nameJackson; Derek Ainslie (1906 - 1982)
SurnameJackson
ForenamesDerek Ainslie
Dates1906 - 1982
Dates and placesBirth:
23 June 1906
Death:
20 February 1982
ActivityHonours:
OBE ; AFC ; DFC
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
20/03/1947
SourcesObituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1983 vol 29 pp 269-296, plate, by H G Kuhn and Sir Christopher Hartley
References:
Brebis Bleaney, 'The Physical Sciences in Oxford, 1918-1939 and Earlier' in NR 1994 vol 48 pp 247-261
Brebis Bleaney, 'Centenary of the Zeeman Effect' in NR 1998 vol 52 pp 131-136
Brebis Bleaney, 'A Century of Physics in Oxford' in NR 1999 vol 53 pp 333-343
B Bleaney, ' Derek Ainslie Jackson (1906-1982): some recollections of a great European spectroscopist' in NR 2001 vol 55 pp 285-287
Royal Society codeNA6919
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/GA/WS/2675Jackson, Derek Ainslie1946
RR/41/132Referee's report by Owen Willans Richardson, on a paper 'The hyper-fine structure of the arc spectrum, and the nuclear rotation of indium' by Derek Ainslie Jackson1930
RR/66/132Letter from Heinrich Gerhard Kuhn, regarding a paper 'Hyperfine structure and Zeeman-effect of the resonance lines of lithium' by Derek Ainslie Jackson and Heinrich Gerhard Kuhn10 August 1939
RR/37/84Referee's report by Ralph Howard Fowler, on a paper 'Hyperfine structure in the arc spectrum of cæsium and nuclear rotation' by Derek Ainslie JacksonOctober 1928
RR/45/112Referee's report by John Cunningham McLennan, on a paper 'The hyperfine structure of the lines of the arc spectrum of rubidium' by Derek Ainslie Jackson[December 1932]
RR/48/44Referee's report by Owen Willans Richardson, on a paper 'The mechanical moment of the nucleus of caesium' by Derek Ainslie Jackson[September 1933]
RR/72/68Referee's report by Derek Ainslie Jackson, on a paper 'Vibration-rotation bands of some polyatomic molecules' by A R H Cole and Harold Warris Thompson1949
RR/53/139Referee's report by John Cunningham McLennan, on a paper 'The magnetic moment of the nucleus of caesium' by Derek Ainslie Jackson[July 1934]
RR/53/140Referee's report by Ralph Howard Fowler, on a paper 'The hyperfine structure of the resonance lines of potassium' by Derek Ainslie Jackson and H Kuhn[September 1934]
RR/53/141Referee's report by Alfred Fowler, on a paper 'The hyperfine structure of the resonance lines of potassium' by Derek Ainslie Jackson and H Kuhn1 October 1934
RR/56/45Second referee's report by William Edward Curtis, on a paper 'Isotope shift in the resonance line of magnesium' by Derek Ainslie Jackson and H Kuhn[February 1936]
RR/56/46Referee's report by William Edward Curtis, on a paper 'Isotope shift in the resonance line of magnesium' by Derek Ainslie Jackson and H Kuhn[January 1936]
RR/58/27Referee's report by Alfred Fowler, on a paper 'The hyperfine structure and zeeman effect of the resonance lines of silver' by Derek Ainslie Jackson and H Kuhn1 August 1936
RR/65/140Referee's report by William Edward Curtis, on a paper 'The hyperfine structure of the Zeeman components of the resonance lines of sodium' by Derek Ainslie Jackson and H KuhnApril 1938
RR/72/198Referee's report by Derek Ainslie Jackson, on a paper 'Vibration-rotation bands of allene' by C H Miller and Harold Warris Thompson1949
RR/71/258Referee's report by Derek Ainslie, on a paper 'The first spectrum of copper (Cu I)' by Allen Goodrich ShenstoneMarch 1948
RR/37/83Second referee's report by Ralph Howard Fowler, on a paper 'Hyperfine structure in the arc spectrum of cæsium and nuclear rotation' by Derek Ainslie JacksonAugust 1928
RR/66/131Referee's report by Alfred Fowler, on a paper 'Hyperfine structure and Zeeman-effect of the resonance lines of lithium' by Derek Ainslie Jackson and Heinrich Gerhard Kuhn[July 1939]
RR/64/62Referee's report by Alfred Fowler, on a paper 'Hyperfine structure and nuclear moments of aluminium' by Derek Ainslie Jackson and Heinrich Gerhard Kuhn[August 1937]
EC/1947/15Jackson, Derek Ainslie: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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