James Chadwick Storyboard
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Honors Chemistry Project
After the war Chadwick studied under Rutherford and helped to accomplish the transmutation of other light elements. He continued to make studies of the properties and atomic structure of the atomic nuclei.
Chadwick researching under Hans Geiger (1913) and later with Ernest Rutherford (1918). Shows his first contribution to science. In 1932, Chadwick discovered the neuron with the help of Rutherford.
In 1914 WW1 began and Chadwick was interned at a camp in West Berlin where German soldiers felt sympathetic towards him and supplied him with equipment to study radioactivity
Chadwick at Victoria University (Manchester), 1912. Chadwick earned a masters in physics.
Chadwick researching and working with Geiger.
Chadwick standing in camp, studying radioactivity.
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