Robert A. Millikan
|1896-1921||Physics||University of Chicago, Chicago, IL|
|1921-1945||California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA|
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(1868 - 1953)
Epstein, Paul S., Robert Andrews Millikan as physicist and teacher. Reviews of Modern Physics, (1948) 20 (1). pp. 10-25. ISSN 0034-6861.
Millikan, Robert Andrews, Autobiography, Prentice-Hall, 1950
Millikan, Robert Andrews, On the polarization of light emitted from the surfaces of incandescent solids and liquids, thesis New York (1895)
Millikan, R. A., A Study of the Polarization of the Light Emitted by Incandescent, Solid and Liquid Surfaces, Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences, Volume 14 (1895) 155-185. At the end Millikan adds the following acknowledgement:
In conclusion, I will add that this investigation was suggested to me by Professor Rood, and I wish here to express my great indebtedness to him and to Professor Hallock, and also to Professor A. A. Michelson, of Chicago University, for aid furnished during its progress.
The Nobel Prize in Physics 1923 was awarded to Robert A. Millikan
for his work on the elementary charge of electricity and on the photoelectric effect.
Mean distance: 9.66 (cluster 39)
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|Michael I. Pupin||research assistant||1893-1894||Columbia|
|William Hallock||research assistant||1895||Columbia|
|Ogden Nicholas Rood||grad student||1895||Columbia|
|(On the polarization of light emitted from the surfaces of incandescent solids and liquids)|
|Walther Nernst||post-doc||1895-1896||Universität Göttingen (Chemistry Tree)|
|Albert Abraham Michelson||research scientist||1896||Chicago|
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|Millikan RA. (1949) Atomic Energy—Its Release, Utilization, and Control Proceedings of the Ire. 37: 545-547|
|Millikan RA. (1949) Albert Einstein on his seventieth birthday Reviews of Modern Physics. 21: 343-345|
|Millikan RA. (1949) The present status of the evidence for the atom-annihilation hypothesis Reviews of Modern Physics. 21: 1-13|
|Millikan RA. (1948) The Progress of Physics From 1848 to 1948. Science (New York, N.Y.). 108: 230-3|
|MILLIKAN RA. (1947) The interchange of men of science. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society. 91: 129-32|
|Millikan RA, Neher HV, Pickering WH. (1947) Primary cosmic-ray protons and the atom-annihilation hypothesis  Physical Review. 72: 513|
|MILLIKAN RA. (1946) The control of the atomic bomb. The Pharos of Alpha Omega Alpha-Honor Medical Society. Alpha Omega Alpha. 10: 3-7|
|Millikan RA, Neher HV, Pickering WH. (1944) Further studies on the origin of cosmic rays helium annihilation rays and the cause of their variability with time Physical Review. 66: 295-302|
|Millikan RA. (1943) IS WAR THE PROGENY OF SCIENCE, OR SCIENCE THE PROGENY OF WAR, OR ARE BOTH OF THESE SUPPOSITIONS FUNDAMENTALLY FALSE? Science (New York, N.Y.). 97: 485-6|
|Millikan RA, Neher HV, Pickering WH. (1943) Further tests of the atom-annihilation hypothesis as to the origin of the cosmic rays Physical Review. 63: 234-245|