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Authorised form of nameFeather; Norman (1904 - 1978)
Dates1904 - 1978
Date of birth16/11/1904
Date of death14/08/1978
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election22/03/1945
Age at election40
Royal Society activityLectures:
Rutherford 1977
SourcesObituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1981 vol 27 pp 255-282, plate, by W Cochran and S Devons
Royal Society codeNA692
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1945/03Feather, Norman: certificate of election to the Royal Society
PB/7/2/4/19Rutherford Centenary Celebrations, Moscow, August 19711971
IM/001381Feather, Norman1977
RR/61/78Referee's report by Patrick Marnard Stuart Blackett, on a paper 'Measurements of range and angle of projection for the protons produced in the photo-disintegration of deuterium' by James Chadwick, Norman Feather and E BretscherSeptember 1937
RR/69/45Referee's report by Marcus Laurence Elwin Oliphant, on a paper 'The assignment of the slow-neutron-produced activities of thallium and the dual disintegration of radium E' by E Broda and Norman Feather1946
RR/69/292Letter from Norman Feather, on a paper 'Slow neutron-induced activity in gold' by Karl Manne Georg Siegbahn to J D Griffith Davies, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society30 September 1946
RR/69/222Letter from Norman Feather, on a paper 'The scattering of 4.2 MeV protons by protons' by A N May and Cecil Frank Powell to J D Griffith Davie, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society10 October 1946
RR/69/162Referee's report by Norman Feather, on a paper 'The scattering of 4·2 MeV protons by deuterium, helium and other light elements' by Walter Heinrich Heitler, A N May and Cecil Frank Powell9 July 1946
RR/69/134Referee's report by Norman Feather, on a paper 'The elastic scattering of 6.5 MeV deuterons by deuterium, helium and other light elements' by K M Guggenheimer, Walter Heinrich Heitler and Cecil Frank Powell11 July 1946
RR/69/221Referee's report by Norman Feather, on a paper 'The scattering of 4.2 MeV protons by protons' by A N May and Cecil Frank Powell26 June 1946
RR/69/291Referee's report by Norman Feather, on a paper 'Slow neutron-induced activity in gold' by Karl Manne Georg Siegbahn16 April 1946
RR/70/52Referee's report by Philip Ivor Dee, on a paper 'A search for secondary charged particles possibly emitted in the slow-neutron fission of 235u, using coincidence counting methods' by James Macdonald Cassels, John Christopher Dainty, Norman Feather and L L Green1947
RR/71/140Referee's report by Norman Feather, on a paper 'Nuclear disintegrations produced by cosmic rays' by J B Harding, S Lattimore and Donald Hill Perkins17 September 1948
RR/72/161Letter from Norman Feather, on a paper 'Theoretical studies in nuclear structure I. Enumeration and classification of the states arising from the filling of the nuclear d-shell' by H A Jahn to D C Martin, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society29 October 1949
PB/1/32/3Correspondence and papers re honours received by Blackett: 19661966
IM/GA/WS/1879Feather, Norman1946
RR/71/141Second referee's report by Norman Feather, on a paper 'Nuclear disintegrations produced by cosmic rays' by J B Harding, S Lattimore and Donald Hill Perkins16 November 1948
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