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Rezerford - Selected Rutherford Papers Translated into Russian
G N Flerov (Ed)

Science (Moscow)
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Hard Cover.
Volume 1 (1894-1905), 431 pages, 1971.
volume 2 (1902-1937), 532 pages, 1972.

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These 2 volumes are translations of Rutherford's key papers into Russian. This was done in association with the 1971 Moscow celebrations of the centennial of the birth of Ernest Rutherford, and the 75 anniversary of the discovery of radioactivity.

The books also contain Kipitza's reminiscences of Rutherford, Flerov's essay on "The development of the radioactive doctrine in the Soviet Union plus translations of some of Rutherford's general talks, eg as President of the Royal Society.

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Contents Vol 1

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5


Introduction

7

Trans NZ Inst 27 481-513 1894

Magnetization of iron by hf discharges

41

Phil Trans RS A189 1-24 1897

A magnetic detector of electrical waves

66

Phil Mag  47 109-163 1899

Uranium radiation

110

Phil Mag  49 1-14 1900

A radioactive substance emitted from thorium compounds

121

Phil Mag  49 161-192 1900

Radioactivity produced in substances by the action of thorium compounds

148

Phil Trans RS A196 25-29 1901

Energy of Rontgen and Becquerel rays

182

Trans RS Canada 7 21-25 1901

The new gas from radium

187

Phil Mag 4 315-330 1902

Deviable rays of radioactive substances

202

Phil Mag 4 370-396 1902

The cause and nature of radioactivity I

225

Phil Mag 4 569-585 1902

The cause and nature of radioactivity II

240

Phil Mag 4 704-723 1902

Excited radioactivity and ionization of the atmosphere

258

Phil Mag 5 95-117 1903

Excited radioactivity and the method of its transmission

279

Phil Mag 5 177-187 1903

The mag and elec deviation of the easily absorbed rays from radium

288

Phil Mag 5 445-457 1903

A comparative study of the radioactivity of radium and thorium

300

Phil Mag 5576-591 1903

Radioactive change

314

Phil Mag 7 202-219 1904

Heating effect of the radium emanation

328

Phil Trans RS A204 169-219 1904

The succession of changes in radioactive bodies

378

Technics July 11-16  1904

The radiation and emanation of radium I

387

Technics Aug 171-175 1904

The radiation and emanation of radium II

395

Phil Mag 8 636-650 1904

Slow transformation products in radium

409

Harper's Mag Feb 390-396 1905

Radium and the cause of the earth's heat

419

Flerov

The development of the radioactive doctrine in the Soviet Union

430


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Contents Vol 2

Page



5


Introduction

7

Trans RS Canada 8 79-86 1902

The existence of bodies smaller than atoms

14

Phil Mag 10 193-208 1905

Charge carried by the alpha and beta rays of radium

28

Trans RS Canada 11 3-16 1905

Some proprties of the alpha-rays from radium

40

Phil Mag 12 134-146 1906

Retardation of the alpha-particle from radium passing through matter

51

Phil Mag 12 348-371 1906

The mass and velocity of the alpha-particles expelled from radium and actinium

72

Phil Mag 13 110-117 1907

The velocity and energy of the alpha particles from radioactive substances

79

J Roy Astro Soc Canada  1 145-165 1907

Some cosmical aspects of radioactivity

94

Phil Mag 14 733-749 1907

The production and origin of radium

109

Nature 78 220-221 1908

Spectrum of radium emanation

112

Phil Mag 16 300-312 1908

Experiments with the radium emanation I - The volume of emanation

123

Proc Roy Soc A81 141-161 1908

An electric method of counting the number of alpha-particles from radioactive substances

143

Proc Roy Soc A81 162-173 1908

The charge and nature of the alpha-particle

154

Les Prix Nobel en 1908

The chemical nature of the alpha-particles from  radioactive substances

164

Phil Mag 17 281-287 1909

The nature of the alpha-particle from radioactive substances

169

Nature 81 257 1909

Atomic theory and the determination of atomic magnitudes

185

Ak der Wissen. in Wien 120 303-312 1911

Untersuchungen uber die Radiumemanation: II Die Umwandlungsgeschwindigkeit

192

Ak der Wissen. in Wien 120 313-336 1911

Production of helium by radium

207

Phil Mag 21 669-698 1911

The scattering of alpha and beta-particles by matter and the structure of atoms

225

Phil Mag 25 644-657 1913

The age of pleochroic halos

238

Phil Mag 27 488-498 1914

The structure of the atom

247

Phil Mag 37 537-561 1919

Collision of alpha-particles with light atoms I Hydrogen

268

Phil Mag 37 562-570 1919

Collision of alpha-particles with light atoms II Velocity of the hydrogen atoms

277

Phil Mag 37 571-580 1919

Collision of alpha-particles with light atoms III Nitrogen and oxygen atoms

286

Phil Mag 37 581-587 1919

Collision of alpha-particles with light atoms IV An anomolous effect in nitrogen

292

Proc Roy Soc A97 374-400 1920

Nuclear constitution of atoms

317

Phil Mag 42 809-825 1921

The artificial disintegration of  light elements

332

Phil Mag 44 417-432 1922

The disintegration of elements of light elements

346

Nature 2811 409-419 1923

The electrical structure of matter

369

Proc Roy Soc 36 417-422 1924

Further experiments on the artificial disintegration of elements

376

Phil Mag 48 509-526 1924

On the origin and nature of the longe-range particles observed with sources of Radium C

391

Phil Mag 50 889-913 1925

Scattering of alpha-particles by atomic nuclei and the law of force

410

Proc Roy Soc A122 1-23 1929

Anniversary address as President of the RS Nov 1928

431

Proc Roy Soc A132 337-340 1931

Discussion on  ultra-penetrating rays

434

Proc Roy Soc A141 722-733 1933

The transmutation of lithium by protons and by ions of the heavy isotope of hydrogen

444

Ernest Rutherford 

The Newer Alchemy 1937

479

Background to Modern Science 47-74 1940

I The history of radioactivity. II The development of the theory of atomic structure.

495

Peter Kapitza

Rutherford's scientific work

502

Peter Kapitza

My recollections of Rutherford

517


List of all of Rutherford's papers

530


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