Toyozawa, Yutaka, 1926-American Institute of Physics - Niels Bohr Library and Archives2 sessions, audiotape, 3 cassettes, 2.0 hrs. Untranscribed.Solid state physics in Japan after World War II, with an emphasis on theory.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Darwin, Charles Galton, Sir, 1887-1962.American Institute of Physics - Niels Bohr Library and ArchivesPhysicist (wave theory, quantum theory, x-ray diffraction) and administrator. On the physics faculty at Manchester University (1910-1914); on the mathematics faculty at University of Cambridge (1914-1922), 1936-1938); on the natural philosophy faculty at University of Edinburgh (1923-1936); director of the National Physics Laboratory, Middlesex (1938-1949).Contact InformationCatalog Record
Schottky, Walter, 1886-1976.American Institute of Physics - Niels Bohr Library and ArchivesMore than 1,500 items.12 calendar diaries, manuscripts, correspondence on topics including work on zinc oxide and zinc sulphide (1954-1960), and a large collection of offprints by various authors partly annotated by Schottky.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Rochard, YvesAmerican Institute of Physics - Niels Bohr Library and Archives14 sound cassettes. Transcript: 250 pages.Interview conducted by Christine Blondel and Dominique Pestre.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Smoluchowski, Roman.American Institute of Physics - Niels Bohr Library and Archives3 sound cassettes (ca. 2.5 hrs.), 1 session.Interview covers the whole of Smoluchowski's career in science up through the early 1960s.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Krumhansl, James A., 1919-Cornell University - Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections8.4 cubic ft.Correspondence, articles, subject files, and course material documenting Krumhansl's career at Cornell University, including his work in electrical engineering, biophysics, solid state physics and on the Superconducting Super Collider.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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