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Sir Joseph John "J.J." Thomson .
lived 1856-1940 .
Nobel Laureate .
discovered the electron and isotopes .
invented mass spectrometer Responsible for the experiment wit…h a pumped-out glass bulb, inwhich an electric circuit is completed by electrons emitted from ahot wire, is credited to the US inventor Thomas Alva Edison(1847-1931), who patented it in 1883. The phenomenon is known asthe "Edison effect" and many electronic devices use it nowadays.Experiments with beams of negative particles were performed inBritain by Joseph John ("J.J.") Thomson, and led to his conclusionin 1897 that they consisted of lightweight particles with anegative electric charge, nowadays known as electrons. Thomson wasawarded the 1906 Nobel Prize. ( Full Answer )
In 1897, Thomson set out to prove that the cathode rays producedfrom the cathode were actually a stream of negatively chargedparticles called electrons. (See Figure 1.8 in the… textbook for Thomson's experimental setup). From Maxwell's theory, he knewthat charged particles could be deflected in a magnetic field ( Full Answer )
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He discovered the electron and isotopes (variants of atoms). He is known for: * Plum pudding model of the atom * Discovery of the electron * Discovery of isotopes …* Invention of the mass spectrometer For the source and more detailed information concerning this subject, click on the related links section (Answers.com) indicated below. ( Full Answer )
Joseph John Thomson was born in 1856 in Cheetham Hill, Manchester, England. His mother, Emma Swindells, came from a local textile family. His father, Joseph James Thomson, ran… an antiquarian bookshop founded by a great-grandfather from Scotland (hence the Scottish spelling of his surname). He had a brother two years younger than he, Frederick Vernon Thomson.  His early education took place in small private schools where he demonstrated great talent and interest in science. In 1870 he was admitted to Owens College. Being only 14 years old at the time, he was unusually young. His parents planned to enroll him as an apprentice engineer to Sharp-Stewart & Co., a locomotive manufacturer, but these plans were cut short when his father died in 1873.  He moved on to Trinity College, Cambridge in 1876. In 1880, he obtained his BA in mathematics (Second Wrangler and 2ndSmith's prize) and MA (with Adams Prize) in 1883.  In 1884 he became Cavendish Professor of Physics. One of his students was Ernest Rutherford, who would later succeed him in the post. In 1890 he married Rose Elisabeth Paget, daughter of Sir George Edward Paget, KCB, a physician and then Regius Professor of Physic at Cambridge. He had one son, George Paget Thomson, and one daughter, Joan Paget Thomson, with her. One of Thomson's greatest contributions to modern science was in his role as a highly gifted teacher, as seven of his research assistants and his aforementioned son won Nobel Prizes in physics. His son won the Nobel Prize in 1937 for proving the wavelike properties of electrons. He was awarded a Nobel Prize in 1906, "in recognition of the great merits of his theoretical and experimental investigations on the conduction of electricity by gases." He was knighted in 1908 and appointed to the Order of Merit in 1912. In 1914 he gave the Romanes Lecture in Oxford on "The atomic theory". In 1918 he became Master of Trinity College, Cambridge, where he remained until his death. He died on August 30, 1940 and was buried in Westminster Abbey, close to Sir Isaac Newton. Thomson was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society  on 12 June 1884 and was subsequently President of the Royal Society from 1915 to 1920. ( Full Answer )
J.J. Thomson was a British physicist, theorist and experimenter. He is considered to have discovered the electron from his experiments. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1906.… For more information, refer to the Related Links below. ( Full Answer )
he was a British scientists that discovered negatively charged particles, electrons, inside the atom. he proposed a possible structure of the atom (atomic model) called the pl…um pudding. you can google some images ( Full Answer )
Sources conflict over the birth date of John Joseph "J. J." Bittenbinder. One has him 67 years old, born June 5, 1950. Two others say 73 years old, born on the much earlier d…ate of September 1, 1943. ( Full Answer )
Joseph John Thomson was born in Cheetham Hill, a suburb of Manchester on December 18, 1856. He enrolled at Owens College, Manchester, in 1870, and in 1876 entered Trinity Col…lege, Cambridge as a minor scholar. He became a Fellow of Trinity College in 1880, when he was Second Wrangler and Second Smith's Prizeman, and he remained a member of the College for the rest of his life, becoming Lecturer in 1883 and Master in 1918. He was Cavendish Professor of Experimental Physics at Cambridge, where he succeeded Lord Rayleigh , from 1884 to 1918 and Honorary Professor of Physics, Cambridge and Royal Institution, London. Thomson's early interest in atomic structure was reflected in his Treatise on the Motion of Vortex Rings which won him the Adams Prize in 1884. His Application of Dynamics to Physics and Chemistry appeared in 1886, and in 1892 he had his Notes on Recent Researches in Electricity and Magnetism published. This latter work covered results obtained subsequent to the appearance of James Clerk Maxwell's famous "Treatise" and it is often referred to as "the third volume of Maxwell". Thomson co-operated with Professor J. H. Poynting in a four-volume textbook of physics, Properties of Matter and in 1895 he produced Elements of the Mathematical Theory of Electricity and Magnetism, the 5th edition of which appeared in 1921. In 1896, Thomson visited America to give a course of four lectures, which summarised his current researches, at Princeton. These lectures were subsequently published as Discharge of Electricity through Gases (1897). On his return from America, he achieved the most brilliant work of his life - an original study of cathode rays culminating in the discovery of the electron, which was announced during the course of his evening lecture to the Royal Institution on Friday, April 30, 1897. His book, Conduction of Electricity through Gases, published in 1903 was described by Lord Rayleigh as a review of "Thomson's great days at the Cavendish Laboratory". A later edition, written in collaboration with his son, George, appeared in two volumes (1928 and 1933). Thomson returned to America in 1904 to deliver six lectures on electricity and matter at Yale University. They contained some important suggestions as to the structure of the atom. He discovered a method for separating different kinds of atoms and molecules by the use of positive rays, an idea developed by Aston, Dempster and others towards the discovery of many isotopes. In addition to those just mentioned, he wrote the books, The Structure of Light (1907), The Corpuscular Theory of Matter (1907), Rays of Positive Electricity (1913), The Electron in Chemistry (1923) and his autobiography, Recollections and Reflections (1936), among many other publications. Thomson, a recipient of the Order of Merit, was knighted in 1908. He was elected Fellow of the Royal Society in 1884 and was President during 1916-1920; he received the Royal and Hughes Medals in 1894 and 1902, and the Copley Medal in 1914. He was awarded the Hodgkins Medal (Smithsonian Institute, Washington) in 1902; the Franklin Medal and Scott Medal (Philadelphia), 1923; the Mascart Medal (Paris), 1927; the Dalton Medal (Manchester), 1931; and the Faraday Medal (Institute of Civil Engineers) in 1938. He was President of the British Association in 1909 (and of Section A in 1896 and 1931) and he held honorary doctorate degrees from the Universities of Oxford, Dublin, London, Victoria, Columbia, Cambridge, Durham, Birmingham, GÃ¶ttingen, Leeds, Oslo, Sorbonne, Edinburgh, Reading, Princeton, Glasgow, Johns Hopkins, Aberdeen, Athens, Cracow and Philadelphia ( Full Answer )
I think you are thinking of the quote from Two and a Half Men S08E10, and Berta says "Classic case of va-jey-jey fever" Which, if you think about it, is quite easy to figure …out... Vagina fever! ( Full Answer )
The J actually means Jazz hands/jet lag Her real name is Jessica Ellen Cornish and she went to Brit School and was called 'jazz hands' she also travelled a lot and had 'jet l…ag' so she adopted the J's. ( Full Answer )
No. JJ Abrams is in Hollywood and British Columbia. He is a TV andmovie producer, and while his creations have an often creepy bent,he is not affiliated with the two hundred y…ear defunct secretfraternal organization the Illuminati. The Illuminati does not exist. ( Full Answer )
J. J. J. Donkers has written: 'Kwaliteitszorg in de toeleverende diensten' -- subject(s): Service industries, Quality control 'Werkgelegenheidsontwikkeling in de groothand…el' -- subject(s): Wholesale trade, Employees, Statistics ( Full Answer )