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Rosenberg, H. M. (Harold Max)
Oral history interview with Harold Max Rosenberg, 1981 February 2.
Topics discussed include Rosenberg's start in physics, his time at Oxford University, J. L. Olsen, work with thermal conductivity of superconductors, metal fatigue in collaboration with Harwell and Farnborough, dislocations, Peter Hirsch, R. Orbach, applications of his projects, T. H. Geballe, Clarendon Laboratory, and his work in consulting.
(1922-1993) Experimental physicist.Wrote two textbooks and over a hundred papers on electrical, thermal, and mechanical properties of solids, especially at low temperatures.
Geballe, Theodore H.
Hirsch, P. B. (Peter Bernhard)
Rosenberg, H. M. (Harold Max)
Clarendon Laboratory.
University of Oxford.
Dislocations in crystals.
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American Institute of Physics. Niels Bohr Library & Archives. One Physics Ellipse, College Park, MD 20740, USA