Symposium of the Division of History of Physics and the Division of Nuclear Physics [sound recording] : Niels Bohr's life and work / 1985 April 25.

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American Physical Society. Meeting (1985 : Crystal City, Va.). Symposium of the Division of History of Physics and the Division of Nuclear Physics [sound recording] : Niels Bohr's life and work / 1985 April 25.

Symposium of the Division of History of Physics and the Division of Nuclear Physics [sound recording] : Niels Bohr's life and work / 1985 April 25.

Speakers include: Victor Weisskopf, "Niels Bohr, the Quantum and the World;" Jorgen Kalckar, "Niels Bohr and the Unity of Knowledge;" Martin Sherwin, "Bohr, Oppenheimer and the Bomb;" and John Archibald Wheeler, "Niels Bohr, the Man."

2 sound cassettes (2.5 hr.) : analog, mono. ; 4 in.

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