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BOWEN, John Edmund (b 1885)

  • K/PP87
  • Collection
  • 1911-1912

The papers of John Edmund Bowen consist of two manuscript notebooks containing notes on lectures delivered by Professor Joseph John Thomson, Cavendish Professor of Physics at Cambridge, 1911-1912. Bowen's notes consist of detailed summaries of Thomson's lectures on subjects including the discharge of electricity through gases, recombination of ions, recent developments in researches on light and electricity, scattering of electromagnetic radiation and the quantum theory of light.

Bowen, John Edmund, b 1885, Physics lecturer

BURGE, Ronald Edgar (b 1932)

  • K/PP99
  • Collection
  • 1925-2015

Papers of Ronald Burge as Head of Physics at Queen Elizabeth College, 1963-1984 and at King's College London, 1984-1992, including papers relating to research projects including correspondence, proposals, grant application forms, and reports notably for the projects 'In-process monitoring of element composition and derived properties of polymeric materials by remote laser microanalysis' under the European Research and Development Programme on Manufacturing Technologies and Advanced Materials, 1989-1993 and the Esprit, (EU information technologies programme) project No 1007, (study on laser plasma), 1986-1993. Papers, 1942-[1990] relating to the history of the Physics Department at King's College London and in particular James Clark Maxwell and Charles Wheatstone including correspondence, copies of photographs, press cuttings and articles, papers relating to exhibitions, booklet entitled 'Some notes on the original investigations carried out by members of the departments of Natural Philosophy and Physics in King's College', [1925] and photographs including of physics equipment, members of staff, a construction site and uncaptioned group photographs, presumably of members of the KCL Physics department, [1985-1990]. Papers relating to memorials including transcript of a lecture given by Burge on his career, 'Imaging and diffraction (and people) at King's College London, 1950-1997', 1 Oct 1997; booklet containing reminiscences of John Yudkin, nutritionist at Queen Elizabeth College, on the occasion of his eightieth birthday, Nov 1990; copy of the Royal Institution Discourse, given by Burge, Feb 1992; papers relating to memorial services for King's College London academics including Claude Curling and William Charles Price and further papers relating to Price including biographies, obituaries, correspondence, bibliography and copies of photographs. Papers relating to Queen Elizabeth College including report of a committee set up to investigate the non-medical side of Queen Elizabeth College, Jan 1981; paper on the academic future of Queen Elizabeth College, 17 Dec 1981 and prospectus for the Queen Elizabeth College medical physics department, [1978]. Paper on technicalities of merging the physics departments of Queen Elizabeth College and King's College London, 11 Jun 1984. List of grants awarded to the physics department of Queen Elizabeth College, 11 Nov 1981. Correspondence relating to the Granville Prize in physics, 1992. Bibliography of publications by Burge, 1955-1989. Audio reels containing lectures given by Burge, 22 Sep 1969 and 14 Feb 1985. Further draft texts and lectures, and correspondence relating to the merger of Queen Elizabeth College and King’s College London, 1985.

Burge, Ronald Edgar, b 1932, Professor of Physics

COUNCIL SPECIAL COMMITTEES: King's College London records

  • KA/CS
  • Collection
  • 1835-1938

The records of the special committees of the Council of King's College London consist of minutes and some other papers, mainly concerning appointments to posts, 1835-1938; notably including Medical Department, Medical Committee and Hospital Committee minutes and papers on the allocation of teaching space, laboratory provision, appointments to surgical and other posts including Physiology, the Sambrooke Registrarship, a proposed museum for medical exhibits, outpatients and the provision of hospital beds, the Bacteriological Department and the development of other new departments, and the removal of the Hospital, 1835-1910; minutes of a Special Committee into College Finances, 1895-1896; papers relating to King's College School including the selection of pupils, staff appointments, accommodation and the School's relocation, 1849-1910; papers concerning Engineering at King's including the teaching of drawing, the curriculum and appointments, 1891-1910; minutes of the Committee of Education including the financial standing of the Department, 1891-1893; minutes of various committees relating to the education of women, 1881-1905; committees relating to academic Chairs including those of Ecclesiastical History, Exegesis of the New Testament, Fine Art, Arts of Construction, Chemistry, Geology, Italian, Mechanical Engineering, Natural Philosophy, Political Economy and Sanskrit, 1835-1938; relating to the office of the Principal, 1868; relating to the Council's recognition of the General Board and Boards of Departments, 1869; proposals to amalgamate the Chairs of Chemistry, 1870; relating to the teaching of Physics, 1884; proposals to revive the teaching of Oriental languages, 1884; committees concerned with the nomenclature of departments and faculties, most notably the reorganisation of General Literature and Science, 1887; Building Committee minutes and other papers relating to site maintenance including tenders for new construction, laboratories and a photographic room, 1835-1904; Strand School, 1904-1910; Theological minutes and papers including the Theological Professorial Board, Hostel, the Inspection of Theological Colleges and the College Chapel, 1841-1938.

King's College London Council, 1829-

EDUCATION: Chelsea College Nuffield Foundation Science Teaching project records

  • CNU
  • Collection
  • 1949-1993

Records of the Nuffield Foundation Science Teaching Project (NFSTP), 1949-1993 but mainly dating from the 1960s and 1970s, including general administrative papers, 1961-1974; the Secondary Science Education Programme, 1965-1974; the Junior Science Project, 1960-1974; the Combined Science Project, 1964-1970; A-level in Physical Sciences, 1955-1974; Physics A- and O-level, 1963-1972; Chemistry O-level, 1962-1974; Chemistry A-level, 1962-1974; Biology O-level, 1962-c1973; Biology A-level, 1963-1972; records relating to publications, also including material on NFSTP administration, 1949-1992; trial published texts, 1960-1993; and film loops and accompanying teaching notes, 1966-1978, for various subjects and age groups.

Nuffield Foundation Science Teaching Project

EXAMINATIONS: Chelsea College question papers

  • C/EX
  • Collection
  • 1933-1986

Chelsea Polytechnic, Chelsea College of Science and Technology and Chelsea College Examination Question Papers, 1933-1986. Records comprise printed general BSc question papers, 1960-1970; BPharm, BSc, MSc, MEd and DCC examination question papers for specific subjects including Pharmacognosy, 1933-1970, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Pharmacy, Pharmaceutics, Mathematics and Microbiology, 1960- 1986.

Chelsea College, 1972-1985

MANSBRIDGE, Elsie Maria (1918-fl 1940)

  • Q/PP 5
  • Collection
  • 1937-1940

Papers of Elsie Maria Mansbridge [1937-1940] contain notebooks and textbooks from Mansbridge's studies at Queen Elizabeth College; specifically two leather bound note books printed with 'King's College of H.&S.S.' containing physiology notes, graphs and diagrams taken by Hedin [1936-1940]; one leather bound notebook labelled 'household arts and laundry, volumetric analysis, first year degree' [1937]; one large purple bound notebook labelled 'E.Hedin 2nd year degree gravimetric analysis' [1938]; one large green notebook engraved 'sectional book' and labelled 'Hedin Physics KCHSS Group B' containing notes and diagrams. The collection also contains first, second and fourth year exam papers, 1937-1940 and books concerning household studies and chemistry, many of which were written by members of staff from King's College London.

Mansbridge, Elsie Maria, nèe Hedin, 1918-fl 1940, student

MAXWELL SOCIETY: King's College London records

  • KSM
  • Collection
  • 1939-1970

The records of the Maxwell Society at King's College London consist of minutes, correspondence, programmes and signature books, 1939-1970. These notably include the manuscript minutes of the Maxwell Society, 1947-1950, mostly summarising the title and content of individual Society lectures on subjects ranging from the development of the calculating machine, to 'reasoning automata' or the early theory of intelligent computers, and to the possibility of interplanetary travel, a talk given by Arthur Charles Clarke, the best-selling science author, an alumnus of King's, who was then Chairman of the British Interplanetary Society. The minutes notably cover the period of the Secretaryship of Peter Ware Higgs, a leading authority on the behaviour of elementary particles. Correspondence, mainly comprising lecture invitations and organisation and other more minor Society business, 1939-1970; accounts, 1939-1940; Secretary's annual reports, 1939-1946, 1952-1958; lecture attendance register, 1941-1948; programmes including bulletins, 1951-1964, relating to Physics Department visits to Cumberland Lodge, Windsor Great Park, the United Kingdom universities' staff and students residential studies venue established after World War Two; presentation copy of Cyril Domb ed., Clerk Maxwell and modern science (London, 1963).

King's College London Maxwell Society, 1935-

MAXWELL, Professor James Clerk (1831-1879)

  • K/PP71
  • Collection
  • 1860-1872

Collection comprising three manuscript notebooks of theoretical problems relating to mechanics compiled by James Clerk Maxwell mainly during his employment at King's College London, including exam questions on aspects of mechanics and geometry, 1860-1865; problems on the collision of elastic spheres and the dynamic relation between other solid bodies; the refraction of light; the relationship between heat and volume in materials; attraction between particles, 1860-1873; notes on the works of leading authorities on mathematics and physics including Arthur Cayley, Franz Neumann and Siméon Poisson, 1867-1873; bibliography of textbooks mainly on mechanics, [1860-1865]; list of scientific instrument suppliers, [1860-1865]; outline of the contents of Maxwell's Treatise on electricity and magnetism (1873).

Maxwell, James Clerk Maxwell, 1831-1879, Professor of Physics


Records, 1955-1974, of the Nuffield Foundation A-level Physical Science (ALPS) course, comprising draft proposals for the A-level in Physical Sciences and contents of the course, 1966-1971, including report on general entry requirements to universities, 1967, progress report, 1968, information for pupils, 1968, and papers relating to course content, 1969-1971; Nuffield Foundation administrative papers relating to the A-level in Physical Sciences, 1964-1973, mostly correspondence; working party papers, 1965-1968, relating to structure of the course; papers relating to meetings and conferences, 1964-1970, including meetings of the Joint Committee on Physical Sciences and the Physical Sciences consultative committee and correspondence with the GCE (General Certificate of Education) Liaison Committee and the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate; papers relating to trial schools, 1966-1968, including question papers, correspondence concerning admission to universities, and summary of comments received; correspondence with schools, Local Education Authorities and colleges of further education, 1965-1974, the subjects including different kinds of schools, feedback, and teaching materials; newsletters, 1967-1971, including information on the teacher's guide and student's workbook; schools questionnaire, 1971; papers relating to examinations, 1966-1971, including details of candidates, sample papers, result sheets and requirements for university entrance; papers on projects submitted by candidates, 1967-1971; papers relating to apparatus and scientific developments for the A-level in Physical Sciences, 1966-1971; correspondence with universities, polytechnics, and UCCA (later the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service), 1965-1972, including acceptance of ALPS for entry; introductory teachers' guides and course contents, 1967-1970; publications and articles, 1965-1971, including correspondence with publishers of textbooks and other materials; miscellaneous papers, 1955-1968, including correspondence with the Civil Service Commission and the armed forces concerning acceptance of ALPS candidates for entry; papers written by members of the Physical Sciences Group, 1965-1968 and undated, on various scientific topics, including preparatory material on their drafting; teachers' guides and papers prepared by teachers in trials schools, 1966-1967 and undated, on various scientific topics, with introductory sections and questions and answers.

Nuffield Foundation Science Teaching Project, A-level Physical Science


Film loops and accompanying teaching notes, 1966-1978, produced for the Nuffield Foundation Science Teaching Project, on various subjects and for different age groups. Some were made in collaboration with university departments and companies. They comprise Biology O-level film loops, 1966-1967, and teaching notes, 1968-1977 where reprinted, published by Longmans, Green and Co Ltd, the Longman Group Ltd and Penguin Books Ltd and directed and edited by Ian Hills; Chemistry O-level film loops, 1966-1967, and teaching notes, 1968-1977 where reprinted, published by Longmans, Green and Co Ltd, the Longman Group Ltd and Penguin Books Ltd and produced by the Film Unit of the Shell International Petroleum Company Ltd with Denis Segaller as producer; Advanced Biology film loops, 1970, published by Penguin Books Ltd and produced by James Archibald and Associates Ltd; Advanced Chemistry film loops, 1970-1972, produced by World Wide Pictures Ltd; Advanced Physics film loops, 1971, produced by James Archibald and Associates Ltd; Secondary Science film loops, including some trial versions, 1970-1974, published by the Longman Group Ltd and produced by Halas and Batchelor Ltd with Dorothy Dallas as supervising editor; Combined Science film loops, 1970-1972, some with reprinted teaching notes, 1976-1978, published by Longmans, Green and Co Ltd, the Longman Group Ltd and Penguin Books Ltd and produced by Stewart Films Ltd, Malvern. Film loops were produced as teaching aids

Nuffield Foundation Science Teaching Project


General administrative and reference papers, 1961-1974, of the Nuffield Foundation Science Teaching Project, comprising correspondence and other papers, 1962-1973, including progress reports relating to dependent projects, correspondence on trustees, circulars to schools, material on teachers and teaching materials, staffing, curriculum development and training, correspondence with other bodies including the Association for Science Education and the Schools Council, and papers on trials, coordinators, and budgets for projects; papers relating to meetings and conferences, 1961-1972, including sixth-form science teaching, educational aid overseas, training science teachers, and Nuffield O-levels and A-levels; papers relating to publications and films, 1963-1973, including correspondence on films with Unilever Ltd and the BBC and on text books, and correspondence with publishers; papers relating to apparatus and equipment, 1964-1974, including correspondence with manufacturers, orders, papers on safety, laboratory design and storage of apparatus, equipment trials, and lists of suppliers; papers relating to teaching materials and examinations, 1964-1973, including examination papers on O- and A-level physics, physical sciences, chemistry and biology, papers relating to CSE examinations, correspondence on the acceptance of pupils with Nuffield qualifications at universities, and papers on programmed learning, multiple choice testing, and pupils' responses.

Nuffield Foundation Science Teaching Project


Records, 1963-1972, of the Nuffield Foundation Science Teaching Project Physics A-level (PAL) and Physics O-level (POL) courses, comprising papers and correspondence relating to PAL examinations, apparatus and publications, 1963-1972, including development of the course, teaching materials, recognition of Nuffield Foundation PAL by examining boards, requests for information, trial schools, examination papers, 1970-1972, and returns from ex-students in higher education evaluating the course, 1971; POL correspondence files, 1963-1970, covering universities and trials schools, questions, teaching materials, training for teachers, and comments on examinations; papers relating to POL examinations and apparatus, 1964-c1968; correspondence with schools concerning the Physics Project, 1963-1967, including some details of pupils.

Nuffield Foundation Science Teaching Project, Physics


Records, 1949-1992, largely originating from the Publications Department of the the Nuffield Foundation Science Teaching Project (NFSTP) and concerning the planning and production of publications for various subjects but also originating from other sections and concerning the administration of the NFSTP and the operation of its various projects. The records include files, 1963-1979, on staff of the Publications Department and Project team members of NFSTP; files on finance and management of the NFSTP, 1964-1991; minutes and meeting papers of the Nuffield Continuation Fund Committee, 1969-1976, and the Nuffield-Chelsea Curriculum Trust, 1986-1989; agreements with publishers, 1964-1986; permissions granted by Nuffield to reproduce or quote material, 1982-1991; publicity and promotion materials for Nuffield courses, 1979-1983; index cards with publishing, production and sales information for Nuffield publications, 1966-1978; and correspondence and agreements relating to foreign publication rights, 1966-1976. The rest of the material comprises correspondence with authors, editors and publishers concerning preparation and production of material, drafts, proofs, photographs, artwork, and trial and final material including film loops, pertaining to publications on all O-level science subjects, 1963-1970s; O-level biology, 1964-1975; O-level Chemistry, 1966-1970s; Chemistry Background Books, including Stages 1, 2 and 3, Additional Option Books, and Background Books not published, 1949-1970; O-level Physics, 1963-1966; the production of film loops for various subjects, 1962-1982, and rights in them, 1963-1975; revised O-level Biology, 1970-1976; revised O-level Chemistry, 1969-1977; all A-level science subjects, 1963-1978; A-level Biology, 1965-1976; A-level Chemistry, 1963-1965; preparation and production of Chemistry books, 1966-1975; Chemistry book permissions, 1966-1972; a proposed booklet on A-level Chemistry in association with Texaco Ltd, 1983-1984; proposal for an experimental scheme to test the value and operational procedures for examining chemistry (Nuffield) at A-level in a modular structure, c1990; general papers on Physics, 1968-1988, including A-level examination papers, 1970-1988; papers relating to the revised Nuffield A-level examination, 1984-1988, including reports of the awarders, 1986-1988; Physics Trials Booklets on various topics, both teachers' guides and students' books, c1968-1970; permissions for Physics books, 1966-1975; permissions for Physics and the Engineer , 1965-1972; correspondence relating to the development of the A-level Physical Sciences course, 1966-1972; papers relating to film loops on all subjects except Physical Sciences, 1967-1973; revised A-level Chemistry texts, early 1980s; revised A-level Physics text, 1985; papers relating to an evaluation study of Revised Nuffield Advanced Physics, 1988; papers on the development of the Combined Science Project (for 11-13 year olds), 1965-1980; publications for Combined Science, 1966-1972; papers on the planning the Combined Science Continuation Project, including trial materials, 1970-1983; papers on publications for Secondary Science, 1966-1973; publications for Nuffield 13 to 16, 1976-c1982; publications for Science in Home Economics, 1964-1981; Nuffield Secondary Maths; files relating to smaller-scale Nuffield Science Teaching Projects, or Projects partly financed, sponsored or supported by Nuffield, 1970-1992, including a project on science for primary teachers, reform of curricula and syllabuses, and modular courses. Many were published jointly by Longman and Penguin, with Penguin handling most of the production and design and Longman handling distribution, sales and some editing.

Nuffield Foundation Science Teaching Project

OUTTERIDGE, Kenneth Dudley (1923-1989)

  • K/PP34
  • Collection
  • 1950-[1988]

Papers relating to Outteridge's teaching work at King's College London, 1950-1982, notably teaching and tutorial notes on subjects mainly relating to radiation physics and radiation protection, 1965-1972; texts of lectures on radiation physics written for the Borough Polytechnic, London, 1954-1957 and 1960-[1967]; copies of exam papers for physics and electronics subjects at King's College London, 1969-1982; papers concerning research grants and students, [1970-1980], including a PhD thesis by B L Diffey on 'The spectral distribution of X rays and gamma radiation resulting from multiple Compton scattering', Jun 1973; notes on various computer programmes, and work undertaken with them, [1978]; copies of articles and lectures by Outteridge and others, notably 'A print-out system for scaling units using neon indicators' with K C Lightowlers, 'Photon fluences resulting from multiple Compton scattering' with B L Diffey of Kent and Canterbury Hospital, and articles, 1950-1957, on the conductivity and electron counting properties of diamonds, mainly by Frank Clive Champion, Wheatstone Physics Laboratory; minutes and agendas of the Faculty of Natural Science, 1970-1981, and the Non-Professional Staff Committee, 1975-1978. Papers, 1952-1954, relating to Outteridge's work at the Atomic Energy Research Establishment, Harwell, notably press cuttings relating to work done there, 1952-1953, a teaching manual written by Outteridge on 'The Isotope School Experimental Course in Radioisotope Techniques', 1954, and a set of articles written by Outteridge whilst at Harwell. Papers relating to Outteridge's work as Radiation Protection Officer for King's College, [1971-1988], including information files regarding his duties, 1984-1985; working papers, [1971]-1982; reports from the British Radiation Protection Association, the British Radiological Protection Association and the Institute of Radiological Protection, [1971-1986]; papers and reports, 1962-[1988], of the Association of University Radiation Protection Officers (AURPO), including rules, constitution, AGM papers and newsletters.

Outteridge, Kenneth Dudley, 1923-1989, lecturer in physics

PEARSON, John Edward (b 1930)

  • C/PP3
  • Collection
  • 1954-1957

The papers of John Pearson comprise manuscript notebooks of lectures and experimental write-ups compiled by Pearson when he was a student at Chelsea Polytechnic, 1954-1957, and include notes on electricity, optics, electronics and circuit theory, electromagnetic theory, diffraction gratings, wave mechanics and X-ray physics.

Pearson, John Edward, b 1930, electrical engineer

PHYSICS: King's College London departmental records

  • KDPY
  • Collection
  • [1850-1870]

The records of the King's College London Department of Physics comprise minute books, correspondence, staff records, mark books, research notes, lecture notes and texts, inventories of equipment, photographs, press cuttings and printed journal articles and catalogues, [1890]-1984. They notably include minutes and correspondence concerned with departmental equipment and maintenance, 1971-1975; records of staff meetings including arrangements for tutorials and lists of staff publications, 1975-1980; Faculty of Natural Science and Faculty of Education minutes and papers, 1975-1982; correspondence relating to the appointment, training and employment of technical staff by the Department of Physics, 1966-1981; correspondence relating to the planning of the 150th anniversary of the Department including photographs, display captions and off-prints of articles on Professor James Clerk Maxwell, Professor Owen Richardson and Professor Edward Victor Appleton, 1978; papers concerning the merger of Queen Elizabeth College with King's College, 1981-1984; University of London Committee on Academic Organisation: discussion documents, 1979-1981; papers compiled by Professor Ernest Wilson including examination question papers and a mark book on electrical engineering, correspondence concerning the publication of Wilson's research papers and nomination for membership of the Royal Society, and photographs of Wilson and colleagues, [1890]-1928; notes, articles and lecture texts concerning conferences and lectures on crystallography, spectroscopy and X-ray topography, 1978-1981; Departmental equipment order book for the Halley Stewart laboratory, Chesterford Gardens, Hampstead, 1923-1971; data book of experiments conducted in the Department, 1932; inventories of equipment at the Halley Stewart laboratory with record of transfer to King's College London, 1947-1966; printed and manuscript notebooks including databooks describing experiments on resonance, optics and nuclear physics, 1965-1971; Special Physics practical class mark book for experiments carried out by students, with printed guidance notes, 1965-1982; references and testimonials for students, 1947-1970; examination results and records of examiners' meetings, 1976-1981; glass slides of traces of elementary particles through bubble chamber, of graphs and diagrams and laboratory equipment, [1950-1970]; passport size photographs of mainly physics students, but also including some mathematics and chemistry students, 1955-1974; photographs of instruments including early electron microscope and model of DNA, [1955]; photographs of the Wheatstone laboratory physics staff, [1922, 1979]; press cuttings concerning physics staff and students, 1957-1960; offprints of Proceedings of the Physical Society and Proceedings of the Royal Society by Edward Victor Appleton and others concerning ionisation of the earth's atmosphere, the principle of conservation of energy and other topics, 1934-1936; instruction booklets for various pieces of laboratory apparatus including electrical generator and gamma ray detector, 1955-1969. Also outsize teaching diagrams [1850-1870], on subjects including: the mechanics of the telegraph; laying of telegraph cables; hydrostatics; perpetual motion; a water clock (‘clepsydra wheel’); a pendulum bucket engine; bridge construction; eighteenth century designs for a diving bell (ref: KDPY/ILL1-2).

King's College London Department of Physics

PHYSICS: King's College London departmental student records

  • Collection
  • 1935-1981

King's College London Department of Physics student record cards, 1935-1981 (Ref: KDPY/FP). Information typically contained includes basic biographical details: name, permanent address, nationality, date of birth, schooling, particulars of scholarships or exhibitions at King's, other funding, date of entering College, dates of taking exams, degree and class, and College activities. Some cards also include a photograph.

King's College London Department of Physics

PRICE, William Charles (1909-1993)

  • K/PP84
  • Collection
  • 1929-1993

The papers of William Price, chiefly relating to spectroscopic analysis and photoionisation, comprise correspondence, lecture and teaching notes, notes compiled while reviewing scientific articles, original research notes, papers concerning Price's employment as an examiner, obituaries and reprints of journal articles, 1929-1993. These notably include correspondence with colleagues describing projects and experiments and sharing observations and data, 1942-1990; lecture notes and teaching papers compiled by Price on the theory of spectroscopy, theoretical and applied optics, especially microscopy, basic molecular chemistry, electron configurations and bond and dissociation energies of molecules, 1948-1978; notes compiled by Price for the peer review of articles and on Price's own published articles, including on the spectra of halogens, the structure of polyatomic molecules, on water and hydrides, the calculation of ionisation potentials, benzenes and hydrocarbons, the structure of the DNA molecule and natural fibres such as keratin, 1929-1977; original research notes on spectroscopic analysis, especially ultraviolet spectra of rare gases, ethylene, sulphur dioxide and other compounds, 1933-1986; papers relating to Price's work as an examiner including draft and complete examination question papers and correspondence, 1952-1978; papers concerning the membership by Price of various learned societies and attendance at scientific conferences and symposia, 1940-1992; obituaries and newspaper cuttings on Price and other distinguished scientists, 1976-1993; typescript copies and reprints of scientific journals containing articles by Price and others, on topics including spectroscopy, photoionization, ionisation potentials and electron configuration and bond and dissociation energies, 1945-1990.

Price, William Charles, 1909-1993, Professor of Physics

SYLLABUSES & PROSPECTUSES: Chelsea College printed material

  • C/SYL
  • Collection
  • 1895-1985

South-Western Polytechnic, Chelsea Polytechnic, Chelsea College of Science and Technology, and Chelsea College Syllabuses & Prospectuses contains sets of general undergraduate prospectuses for Chelsea courses, 1895-1985, and of general postgraduate syllabuses, 1967-1985; prospectuses for specific undergraduate and postgraduate component courses of study including physics, chemistry, electronics, pharmacy and science education, 1962-1985 (Ref: C/SYL)

Chelsea College, 1972-1985

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