Nuclear shell theory

Interviewed by: 
Charles Weiner and Jagdish Mehra
Interview date: 
Wednesday, 30 November 1966
Location: 
Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey

Arrival in the U.S.

Interviewed by: 
Charles Weiner and Gloria Lubkin
Interview date: 
Monday, 5 December 1966
Location: 
Cambridge, Massachusetts

Origin of interest in nuclear physics, discussions of compound nucleus, Copenhagen, 1936; work on interaction of evaporation and nuclear temperatur

Interviewed by: 
Charles Weiner and Gloria Lubkin
Interview date: 
Thursday, 22 September 1966
Location: 
Weisskopf's office, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Origin of interest in nuclear physics, discussions of compound nucleus, Copenhagen, 1936; work on interaction of evaporation and nuclear temperatur

Interviewed by: 
Charles Weiner and Gloria Lubkin
Interview date: 
Friday, 10 February 1967
Location: 
Columbia University

Engineering physics at Lehigh University, 1926-1930; graduate work in physics at University of Wisconsin, 1930-1934; Ann Arbor summer school, 1934;

Interviewed by: 
Barry Richman and Charles Weiner
Interview date: 
Thursday, 16 February 1967
Location: 
California Institute of Technology

Early training as a physicist; quartz-fibre electrometer; high-voltage installations, above 200 kilovolts; high-voltage accelerator, especially Van

Interviewed by: 
Charles Weiner
Interview date: 
Monday, 8 May 1972
Location: 
Cornell University

Natural radioactivity; ideas of nuclear constitution, size in 1920s; Gamow-Condon-Gurney theory of alpha decay 1928; discovery of neutron 1932; Cam

Interviewed by: 
Charles Weiner
Interview date: 
Friday, 17 November 1967
Location: 
Cornell University

Natural radioactivity; ideas of nuclear constitution, size in 1920s; Gamow-Condon-Gurney theory of alpha decay 1928; discovery of neutron 1932; Cam

Interviewed by: 
Charles Weiner and Jagdish Mehra
Interview date: 
Thursday, 27 October 1966
Location: 
Cornell University

Natural radioactivity; ideas of nuclear constitution, size in 1920s; Gamow-Condon-Gurney theory of alpha decay 1928; discovery of neutron 1932; Cam

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