John A. Ratcliffe (left) and Ernest Rutherford stand beneath a famous sign

John A. Ratcliffe (left) and Ernest Rutherford stand beneath a famous sign, made by Vivian Bowden because a nearby signal amplifier used a microphone. The amplifier made possible very sensitive studies of charged particle events, such as the emission of alpha particles. C.E. Wynn-Williams took this photograph in 1932., Credit Line: Photograph by C.E. Wynn-Williams, courtesy of AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives
Abstract/Description: John A. Ratcliffe (left) and Ernest Rutherford stand beneath a famous sign, made by Vivian Bowden because a nearby signal amplifier used a microphone. The amplifier made possible very sensitive studies of charged particle events, such as the emission of alpha particles. C.E. Wynn-Williams took this photograph in 1932.
Subject(s): Conversation
Laboratories
Signs (Notices)
Portraits, Group
Ratcliffe, John Ashworth
Rutherford, Ernest, 1871-1937
Date Created: 1932
Credit Line: Photograph by C.E. Wynn-Williams, courtesy of AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives
Catalog ID: Rutherford Ernest C2