Joseph John Thomson
|J. J. Thomson (1856–1940)|
|Alternative names||J. J. Thomson|
|Description||British physicist and educator|
|Date of birth/death||18 December 1856||30 August 1940|
|Location of birth/death||Manchester||Cambridge|
|Work location||United Kingdom|
English: Sir Joseph John Thomson (1856 – 1940), Nobel Prize in Physics 1906, was an English physicist and the discoverer of the electron.
Second Solvay Conference on Physics, Brussels, 1913.