Mark LE Oliphant

University of Birmingham, Birmingham, England, United Kingdom 
"Mark Oliphant"
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Philip Burton Moon research assistant 1931 Cavendish Lab
Rudolf Kompfner research assistant 1941-1944 Birmingham University
Len Riddiford grad student
Edward S. Shire grad student (Astronomy Tree)
William Ernest Burcham grad student 1935-1935 Cambridge
John T. Randall research scientist University of Birmingham
Otto Robert Frisch research scientist 1939-1940 University of Birmingham
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Aston FW, Bohr N, Hahn O, et al. (1942) Sixth report of the committee on atoms of the international union of chemistry Nature. 150: 515
Oliphant ML. (1941) The 184-in. cyclotron at Berkeley, California Nature. 148: 717-718
Aston FW, Bohr N, Hahn O, et al. (1940) Fifth report of the Committee on Atoms of the International Union of Chemistry Journal of the Chemical Society (Resumed). 1416-1417
Oliphant ML, Peierls R, Moon PB. (1938) Radioactivity and sub-atomic phenomena Annual Reports On the Progress of Chemistry. 35: 7-35
Oliphant ML. (1936) Masses of light atoms [1] Nature. 137: 396-397
Oliphant ML, Harteck P, Rutherford. (1934) Transmutation effects observed with heavy hydrogen [1] Nature. 133: 413
Oliphant ML, Shire ES, Crowther BM. (1934) Disintegration of the separated isotopes of lithium by protons and by heavy hydrogen [2] Nature. 133: 377
Oliphant ML. (1934) Secondary emission from elements bombarded with neutrons [4] Nature. 134: 735-736
Oliphant ML. (1933) Heavy hydrogen in contact with normal water [3] Nature. 132: 675
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