Kathleen Lonsdale, D.Sc.

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University College London, London, United Kingdom 
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x-ray crystallography
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William Henry Bragg grad student 1924-1936 UCL

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Anthony Michael Glazer grad student
H. Judith Milledge grad student UCL
June Sutor grad student UCL
Ronald Mason grad student 1954 UCL (Chemistry Tree)
Ajit Ram Verma post-doc 1952-1955 University College, London, UK (Crystallography Tree)
Sivaramakrishna Chandrasekhar post-doc 1959 UCL
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Lonsdale K, Sutor DJ. (1971) Uric acid dihydrate in bird urine Science. 172: 958-959
Lonsdale K, Sutor DJ, Wooley S. (1968) Composition of urinary calculi by x-ray diffraction. Collected data from various localities. I. Norwich (England) and District, 1773-1961. British Journal of Urology. 40: 33-36
Lonsdale K. (1968) Epitaxy as a growth factor in urinary calculi and gallstones [13] Nature. 217: 56-58
Lonsdale K. (1968) Human stones Science. 159: 1199-1207
Lonsdale K. (1968) Human stones Science. 159: 1199-1207
Haugh I, Lonsdale K, Mason P, et al. (1966) Crystallography and calculi. Journal of Small Animal Practice. 7: 565-570
Lonsdale K, Sutor DJ. (1966) Newberyite in ancient and modern urinary calculi: Identification and space group Science. 154: 1353-1354
Lonsdale K, Mason P. (1966) Uric acid, uric acid dihydrate, and urates in urinary calculi, ancient and modern Science. 152: 1511-1512
Lonsdale K, Milledge HJ, Pant LM. (1965) Structural studies of hexa-methonium bromides, (CH3)3N(CH2)nN(CH3)3.2Br. 2H2O, in relation to their pharmacological action. Acta Crystallographica. 19: 827-840
Lonsdale K, Milledge HJ, Pant LM. (1965) Structural studies of hexa-methonium bromides, (CH3)3N(CH2)nN(CH3)3.2Br. 2H2O, in relation to their pharmacological action. Acta Crystallographica. 19: 827-840
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