Oral history interview with Albert Warner Overhauser, 1982 February 22.

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Overhauser, Albert Warner, 1925-. Oral history interview with Albert Warner Overhauser, 1982 February 22.

Oral history interview with Albert Warner Overhauser, 1982 February 22.

Family background; Ph.D. work at University of California, Berkeley under Charles Kittel; research at University of Illinois, Urbana, and Cornell University during the 1950s. Main emphasis on the work on crystal imperfections and color centers in alkali halides; symmetry of the M-center, 1958.

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