Discusses his education and career; research on the effects of nuclear weapons explosions; JASON; the MIT Radiation Laboratory, 1942-1946; Los Alam
Discussion of Fritz London's papers, beginning in 1927, on chemistry, dispersion forces, adiabatic chemical reactions (Polanyi, Eugene Wigner, Eyri
B.A. in physics from New York University, 1940; graduate work at University of California at Berkeley; contacts with J.
The interview ranges from Inglis’ youth and family origins to his current (1977) activities.
Early training as a physicist; quartz-fibre electrometer; high-voltage installations, above 200 kilovolts; high-voltage accelerator, especially Van
Hill's connections with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Radiation Laboratory during World War II.
Education at the Universities of Vienna, Zurich and Gottingen; taught at University of Munich 1926.
This short interview touches briefly on Erwin Hahn's education at Juniata College, Purdue University, and the University of Illinois; initial inter
In this interview E. A.