Memorial session for John C. Slater [sound recording] / 1977 February 7.

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American Physical Society. Annual Meeting (1977 : Chicago, Ill.). Memorial session for John C. Slater [sound recording] / 1977 February 7.

Memorial session for John C. Slater [sound recording] / 1977 February 7.

Speakers include: John Van Vleck, "Slater's Early Work;" Philip Morse, "The Thirties at MIT;" George Koster, "J.C. Slater: Solid State and Molecular Theory Group (1951-1966).

1 sound tape reel (1.5 hrs.) : 3 3/4 ips, analog, mono. ; 7 in.

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