General interest session [sound recording] : American Physical Society Meeting, 1967 April 27.


American Physical Society. Meeting (1967 : Washington, D.C.). General interest session [sound recording] : American Physical Society Meeting, 1967 April 27.

General interest session [sound recording] : American Physical Society Meeting, 1967 April 27.

Speakers include: P. Jacquinot - "Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique in Scientific Research in France," R. S. Mulliken - "Spectroscopy, Quantum Chemistry, and Molecular Physics," E. Teller - "Atomic Explosives: Solved and Unsolved Problems," and a portion of G. T. Seaborg's speech on history of Fission from an earlier session.

2 sound tape reel (90 min.) : 3 3/4 ips, analog, mono. ; 7 in.

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