Alexander Stuart Russell
|1919||Physics||University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom|
In 1920, A. S. Russell, MC, a Glasgow graduate who had worked with Nernst, Rutherford and Soddy, was appointed to the Lee's Readership in Chemistry. Russell had already made fundamental discoveries in the field of radioactivity, and it is arguable that the term and concept of an "isotope" was originated by him.
Alexander Stuart Russell had been appointed Dr. Lee's Reader in Chemistry in 1919 and a Student of Christ Church in 1920. He had studied at Glasgow, and presumably spoke with a Scots accent to match.
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|Chadwick J, Russell AS. (1913) The Excitation of γ -Rays by the α -Rays of Ionium and Radiothorium Proceedings of the Royal Society a: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences. 88: 217-229|
|Russell AS. (1913) The Penetrating Power of the γ -Rays from Radium C Proceedings of the Royal Society a: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences. 88: 75-82|
|Soddy F, Soddy WM, Russell AS. (1910) LXXVII. The question of the homogeneity of γ-rays Philosophical Magazine Series 1. 19: 725-757|
|SODDY F, RUSSELL AS. (1909) The γ Rays of Uranium Nature. 80: 7-8|