Joseph John Thomson

[1957] J. J. Thomson as We Remember Him ; Joan Thomson ; George Thomson ; Notes and Records 12 (1957) p. 201 [lien]
[1967] J. J. Thomson and the Structure of Light ; Russell McCormmach ; The British Journal for the History of Science 3 (1967) p. 362 [lien]
[1971] Commitment to mechanism: J. J. Thomson, the early years ; David R. Topper ; Archive for history of exact sciences 7 (1971) p. 393 [lien]
[1980] ‘To reason by means of images’: J. J. Thomson and the mechanical picture of nature ; David R. Topper ; Annals of Science 37 (1980) p. 31 [lien]
[1987] Corpuscles, Electrons and Cathode Rays: J.J. Thomson and the ‘Discovery of the Electron’ ; Isobel Falconer ; The British Journal for the History of Science 20 (1987) p. 241 [lien]
[1988] J.J. Thomson and radioactivity: Part II ; S. B. Sinclair ; Ambix 35 (1988) p. 113 [lien]
[1988] J. J. Thomson and Radioactivity: Part I ; S. B. Sinclair ; Ambix 35 (1988) p. 91 [lien]
[1988] J.J. Thomson's Work on Positive Rays, 1906-1914 ; Isobel Falconer ; Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences 19 (1988) p. 265 [lien]
[1989] Arthur Schuster, J.J. Thomson, and the Discovery of the Electron ; Stuart M. Feffer ; Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences 20 (1989) p. 33 [lien]
[1991] J. J. Thomson: The discovery of the electron and the chemists ; Michael Chayut ; Annals of Science 48 (1991) p. 527 [lien]
[1995] J. J. Thomson at the Cavendish laboratory: The history of an electric charge measurement ; Nadia Robotti ; Annals of Science 52 (1995) p. 265 [lien]
[1995] J. J. Thomson and the emergence of the Cavendish School, 1885–1990 ; Dong-Won Kim ; The British Journal for the History of Science 28 (1995) p. 191 [lien]
[1997] Paul Villard, J.-J. Thomson et la composition des rayons cathodiques ; Benoit Lelong ; Revue d'histoire des sciences 50 (1997) p. 89 [lien]
[2005] J. J. Thomson on the Nature of Matter: Corpuscles and the Continuum ; Jaume Navarro ; Centaurus 47 (2005) p. 259 [lien]
[2006] Imperial Incursions in Late-Victorian Cambridge: J. J. Thomson and the Domains of the Physical Sciences ; Jaume Navarro ; History of Science 44 (2006) p. 469 [lien]