The discovery of the neutron in 1932 by Dr James Chadwick is world-famous. However, there are gaps concerning what is known about Chadwick’s apparatus, which was itself innovative. This lecture fills in some of these gaps, describes the difficulties in making the apparatus work as intended, and explains how and by whom such difficulties were overcome.
Building 207 on University Plan at http://www.liv.ac.uk/files/docs/maps/liverpool-university-campus-map.pdf
Talk starts at 6:30pm with tea and coffee available from 6pm.