William Henry Bragg

University College London, London, United Kingdom 
Crystallography, X-rays
"William Bragg"

(1862 - 1942)
DOI: 10.1098/rsbm.1943.0003
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"

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Edward John Routh research assistant 1885 Cambridge


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Arthur Lindo Patterson research assistant 1924-1926 Royal Institution (Crystallography Tree)
Mario Milone grad student (Chemistry Tree)
John Percival Vissing Madsen grad student 1907 The University of Adelaide
Richard Daniel Kleeman grad student 1904-1908 The University of Adelaide
Wilhelm G. Burgers grad student 1928 Royal Institution (Chemistry Tree)
Ernest Gordon Cox grad student 1929 Royal Institution
Kathleen Lonsdale grad student 1924-1936 UCL
Mata Prasad post-doc 1926-1927 Royal Institution (Chemistry Tree)
John Monteath Robertson post-doc 1926-1928 Royal Institution (Chemistry Tree)
Kedareswar Banerjee post-doc 1930-1931 The Royal Institution of Great Britain
W. H. Taylor post-doc 1936 University College London (Crystallography Tree)
W. Lawrence Bragg research scientist 1912-1914 University of Leeds
Alexander O. Rankine research scientist 1917-1918
William T. Astbury research scientist 1921-1926 University College London/Royal Institution (Chemistry Tree)
John Desmond Bernal research scientist 1923-1927 Royal Institution
Walter Lochte-Holtgreven research scientist 1933 University of Manchester
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Arnott S, Bragg WH. (2013) 50 & 100 Years Ago Nature. 493: 484-484
Bragg WH. (1941) Diffuse spots in x-ray crystal photographs [1] Nature. 148: 112
Bragg WH. (1941) Diffuse spots in x-ray photographs [1] Nature. 148: 780
Bragg WH. (1938) Clay [15] Nature. 141: 649
Bragg WH. (1935) The twenty-sixth Kelvin Lecture. “The molecular structure of dielectrics” Journal of the Institution of Electrical Engineers. 77: 737-748
Bragg WH. (1934) Structure of the azide group [1] Nature. 134: 138
Bragg WH. (1934) Molecule planning Transactions of the Faraday Society. 30: 665-673
Bragg WH. (1931) Faraday's Diary Reviews of Modern Physics. 3: 449-463
Bragg WH. (1931) Faraday's first successful experiment on diamagnetism [3] Nature. 127: 337
Bragg WH. (1931) Faraday relics [14] Nature. 127: 486
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