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John Stuart Foster grad student 1933 McGill
 (The Stark effect for krypton; Stark intensities in hydrogen and helium.)
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Kelly EL, Pyle RV, Thornton RL, et al. (1956) Two electron models of a constant-frequency relativistic cyclotron Review of Scientific Instruments. 27: 493-503
Powell WM, Henrich LR, Kerns QA, et al. (1948) Electromagnetic deflector for the beam of the 184-inch cyclotron Review of Scientific Instruments. 19: 506-512
Thornton RL, Senseman RW. (1947) Excitation curves for the reactions C12(d,dn)C11 and C12(α,αn)C11 at high energies [6] Physical Review. 72: 872-873
Brobeck WM, Lawrence EO, MacKenzie KR, et al. (1947) Initial performance of the 184-inch cyclotron of the University of California Physical Review. 71: 449-450
Lawrence EO, Alvarez LW, Brobeck WM, et al. (1939) Initial performance of the 60-inch cyclotron of the William H. Crocker Radiation Laboratory, University of California [9] Physical Review. 56: 124
Corson DR, Thornton RL. (1939) Disintegration of uranium [10] Physical Review. 55: 509
Cork JM, Thornton RL. (1938) The loss of neutrons by neutron bombardment and the radioactive isotopes of scandium Physical Review. 53: 866-868
Pool ML, Cork JM, Thornton RL. (1937) Evidence for the simultaneous ejection of three neutrons from elements bombarded with fast neutrons Physical Review. 52: 41
Pool ML, Cork JM, Thornton RL. (1937) Positron-electron emitting isomer in radiosilver [4] Physical Review. 52: 380
Pool ML, Cork JM, Thornton RL. (1937) A survey of radioactivity produced by high energy neutron bombardment Physical Review. 52: 239-240
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