- Henry Gwyn Jeffreys [gwin] /gwɪn/, 1887–1915, English physicist: pioneer in x-ray spectroscopy.
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Charles E. Skoller was a relatively junior assistant district attorney assigned to both the Moseley and Mitchell trials.
It was three in the afternoon, and a concerned neighbor named Raoul Cleary asked Moseley what he was doing.
Moseley sent Milton to William Marshall, a.k.a. engraver to the stars.A Picture Says It All Or Does It? Judging an Author by Their Photo
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That least distance is called by Moseley the modulus of stability.
But our inquiry about the distance to Moseley's Ferry seems to have saved us.Andersonville, Volume 4
Finn adopted the plan of experiment suggested by Prof. Moseley.The Making of Species
"If all goes well, I shall rejoin you to-morrow at Moseley," said the king.
If he could only reach Moseley Old Hall in safety all would be well.
- Henry Gwyn-Jeffreys. 1887–1915, English physicist. He showed that the wavelengths of X-rays emitted from the elements are related to their atomic numbers