XI. Radioactivity produced in substances by the action of thorium compounds

@article{BScXIRP,
  title={XI. Radioactivity produced in substances by the action of thorium compounds},
  author={E. Rutherford M.A. B.Sc.},
  journal={Philosophical Magazine Series 1},
  volume={49},
  pages={161-192}
}
  • E. R. M. B.Sc.
  • Published 1 February 1900
  • Chemistry
  • Philosophical Magazine Series 1
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