The Work of H. G. J. Moseley

@article{Heilbron1966TheWO,
  title={The Work of H. G. J. Moseley},
  author={J. L. Heilbron},
  journal={Isis},
  year={1966},
  volume={57},
  pages={336 - 364}
}
F IFTY YEARS AGO, on the tenth of August, 1915, a young physicist named Henry Moseley died at Gallipoli, shot through the head by a Turkish bullet. He was twenty-seven, brilliant, energetic, and personable; belligerents on both sides paused to observe his passing, " ein schwerer Verlust fur die Naturwissenschaften," " a matter of great regret," " une mort glorieuse." 1 His contemporaries could only describe him in superlatives. Rutherford esteemed him the best of the " young people " he had… 
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