Symposium honoring the 1977 Nobel Prize in physics recipients [sound recording]

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Nobel Prize Award Symposium (1978: Murray Hill, N.J.). Symposium honoring the 1977 Nobel Prize in physics recipients [sound recording]

Symposium honoring the 1977 Nobel Prize in physics recipients [sound recording]

Symposium held at Bell Laboratories on March 21, 1978. Speakers include: Philip W. Anderson, "Broken Symetry: from Hicksons to Boojams;" R. J. Birgeneau, "The Magnetism of Rare Earth Inter-metallic Compounds;" Sir Neville Mott, "Defects in Glassine Materials;" T. M. Rice, "The Mott Transition: 30 Years Latter;" John Van Vleck, "A Magnetic Case History: the Oxygen Molecule."

5 sound cassettes (4.5 hrs.) : analog, mono.

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Anderson, P.W. (Philip W.), 1923-

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