W. Lawrence Bragg

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University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
x-ray crystallography
Website:
http://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/physics/laureates/1915/wl-bragg.html
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(1890 - 1971)
The Nobel Prize in Physics 1915 was awarded jointly to Sir William Henry Bragg and William Lawrence Bragg "for their services in the analysis of crystal structure by means of X-rays"

Mean distance: 9.79 (cluster 12)
 
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Parents

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Joseph John Thomson research assistant 1912 Cambridge
William Henry Bragg research scientist 1912-1914 University of Leeds
Arthur Schuster research scientist 1919 University of Manchester

Children

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George W. Brindley research assistant Manchester University
Marion Amelia Spence Ross research assistant University of Manchester
Samuel Tolansky grad student University of Manchester
W. H. Taylor grad student 1926 Manchester University (Crystallography Tree)
Bertram Eugene Warren grad student 1927-1929 MIT
John Stewart Marshall grad student 1940 Cambridge
Arthur James Cochran Wilson grad student 1942 Cambridge (Chemistry Tree)
John C. Kendrew grad student 1946-1949 Cambridge (Chemistry Tree)
Peter B. Hirsch grad student 1950 Cambridge
Sturges William Bailey grad student 1955 Cambridge (Geotree)
Rudolf Signer post-doc University of Manchester (Chemistry Tree)
Bertram Eugene Warren post-doc 1929-1930 University of Manchester
Isidor Fankuchen post-doc 1934-1938 Manchester University (Crystallography Tree)
Max F. Perutz post-doc 1939-1947 Cambridge (Chemistry Tree)
Sivaramakrishna Chandrasekhar post-doc 1961 The Royal Institution of Great Britain
Claude H Bosanquet research scientist
Reginald William James research scientist 1919-1921 University of Manchester
Jack David Dunitz research scientist 1956-1957 Royal Institution (Chemistry Tree)
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Bragg WL. (1952) X-ray analysis of proteins Proceedings of the Physical Society. Section B. 65: 833-846
BRAGG WL, ROGERS GL. (1951) Elimination of the unwanted image in diffraction microscopy. Nature. 167: 190-1
BRAGG WL. (1950) Microscopy by reconstructed wave-fronts. Nature. 166: 399-400
Bond EB, Bragg WL. (1946) The Rutherford papers in the library of the Cavendish Laboratory [21] Nature. 158: 714
Bragg WL, Stokes AR. (1945) X-ray analysis with the aid of the 'fly's eye' [1] Nature. 156: 332-333
Bragg WL. (1944) Mr. F. Lincoln and the Cavendish Laboratory [12] Nature. 154: 643
Pickard RH, Alexander Findlay, Bragg WL. (1943) The place of scientists in the community Journal of Scientific Instruments. 20: 105
Bragg W. (1942) The secondary x-ray spectrum of sylvine: Theory and experiment Proceedings of the Physical Society. 54: 354-361
Bragg WL. (1942) Functions of the research associations [2] Nature. 150: 374
Bragg WL. (1942) Index of X-ray diffraction data [8] Nature. 150: 738
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