Leeds University Library

Further acknowledgements

Leeds University Library is grateful to the Bragg Family, the Royal Institution and the Royal Society of London for permission to reproduce the materials used in this website. Specifically: to the Bragg family and the Royal Institution for permission to reproduce:

The Notebook of Sir William Henry Bragg, 1913. MS 81 held in the Brotherton Library, University of Leeds.

The figures and plate listed below from:

Bragg, W.H. and Bragg, W.L. 'X-rays and Crystal Structure' London: Bell, 1915:

Fig. 4 from page 23 (diagram of the X-ray spectrometer)

Plate II from facing page 24 (photograph of the X-ray spectrometer)

Fig. 32 from page 103 (chart)

Fig. 58 from page 172 (chart)

To the Bragg family, the Royal Institution and the Royal Society of London for permission to reproduce:

The graph cited below from:

Bragg, W.H and Bragg W.L. 'The Structure of the Diamond' Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series A, Containing Papers of a Mathematics and Physical Character. 89 (1913), pp. 277-291:

Figure 2 from page 279 - Spectra of rhodium rays: 111 planes of diamond.

The tables cited below from:

Bragg W.L. 'Analysis of Crystals in the X-ray Spectrometer' Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series A, Containing Papers of a Mathematics and Physical Character. 89 (1914), pp.468-487):

Table I from page 472

Table II from page 479 - (111) face, calcite class. Pd rays.

Table IV from page 487 - Spectra yielded by Calcite (CaCO3). Pd rays.

The commentary has been written by Chris Hammond, Institute for Materials Research, typed by Diana Joyce and edited by Jane Saunders, Catherine Robinson and Tom Grahame from the University of Leeds.