CERN programme in particle physics [sound recording] / American Physical Society Spring Meeting, 1965 April 27.

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American Physical Society. Meeting (1965 : Washington, D.C.). CERN programme in particle physics [sound recording] / American Physical Society Spring Meeting, 1965 April 27.

CERN programme in particle physics [sound recording] / American Physical Society Spring Meeting, 1965 April 27.

Session on the CERN program in particle physics. Speakers include: V.F. Weisskopf, "Quantum Theory and Elementary Particles," A. Wetherell, "High-Energy Inelastic Proton Scattering," and D. R. O. Morrison, "Resonance Production by 8-GeV/c Positive Pions on Hydrogen."

2 sound tape reels : 3 3/4 ips, analog, mono. ; 7 in.

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