Medicine: Bohr, Lodge, Atoms

Dr. Neils Bohr, professor of physics at the University of Copenhagen, winner of the Nobel prize in physics for 1922, gave the Silliman lectures at Yale University on The Atom and the Natural System of the Elements. Dr. Bohr was not the pioneer of the electronic theory of the atom, but he has greatly refined and expanded it, and stands with Thomson, Rutherford, Lodge, Millikan as one of the world's foremost exponents of the " new " physics. A few points of special interest in Dr. Bohr's lectures :

¶ He likened the atom...

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