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Authorised form of nameDee; Philip Ivor (1904 - 1983)
Dates1904 - 1983
Date of birth08/04/1904
Date of death17/04/1983
ActivityHonours:
OBE 1943; CBE 1946
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election20/03/1941
Age at election36
Royal Society activityMedals and prizes:
Hughes Medal 1952
Lectures:
Rutherford 1965
SourcesObituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1984 vol 30 pp 139-166, plate, by Sir Samuel Curran
References:
W E Burcham, 'The Cavendish High-Voltage Laboratory 1935-39' in NR 1999 vol 53 pp 121-134
B Lovell, 'The cavity magnetron in World War II: was the secrecy justified?' in NR 2004 vol 58 pp 283 - 294
Royal Society codeNA7431
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
PB/1/33/1/2Nobel Prize1948
PB/9/1/37Correspondence with Philip Dee1930, 1961, 1966
EC/1941/05Dee, Philip Ivor: certificate of election to the Royal Society
PB/2/2/5Folder labelled 'Breadth of Tracks'1933-1934
IM/005702Dee, Philip Ivor and Curran, Sir Samuel Crowend
IM/001109Dee, Philip Ivornd
RR/35/59Referee's report by James Chadwick, on a paper 'The mobility of the actinium a recoil atom measured by the cloud method' by Philip Ivor DeeAugust 1927
RR/65/66Referee's report by James Chadwick, on a paper 'The excitation of ?-radiation in processes of proton capture by light elements' by Samuel Crowe Curran, Philip Ivor Dee and V PetržílkaOctober 1938
RR/66/60Referee's report by Charles Drummond Ellis, on a paper 'Some measurements of Y- ray energies' by Samuel Crowe Curran, Philip Ivor Dee and J E Strothers[December 1939]
RR/70/200Referee's report by Phillip Ivor Dee, on a paper 'A study of the interaction of radio waves' by John Ashworth Ratcliffe and I J Shaw1947
RR/71/274Referee's report by Philip Ivor Dee, on a paper 'A study of expected loss rates in the counting of particles from pulsed sources' by C H Westcott1948
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/71/53Referee's report by Philip Ivor Dee, on a paper 'Preparation and properties of a reproducible neutron standard' by E Bretscher, G B Cook, G R Martin and D H Wilkinson[1948]
RR/70/168Letter from Philip Ivor Dee, on a paper 'The nuclear ß-spectra of thorium B - C and C - C', and the intensities of some ß-ray lines of thorium (B+C+C")' by D G E Martin and H O W Richardson to D C Martin, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society22 June 1948
RR/70/169Referee's report by Philip Ivor Dee, on a paper 'The nuclear ß-spectra of thorium B - C and C - C', and the intensities of some ß-ray lines of thorium (B+C+C")' by D G E Martin and H O W Richardson1947
RR/71/161Referee's report by Philip Ivor Dee, on a paper 'Experimental and theoretical studies of the behaviour of slow electrons in air. II. Ionospheric and other applications' by L H G Huxley[1948]
RR/71/159Referee's report by Philip Ivor Dee, on a paper 'Experimental and theoretical studies of the behaviour of slow electrons in air. I' by L H G Huxley and A A Zaazou[1948]
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