Lecture on stable isotopes from CO2 [videorecording]. 1973.


Nier, Alfred O. (Alfred Otto), 1911-1994. Lecture on stable isotopes from CO2 [videorecording].

Lecture on stable isotopes from CO2 [videorecording]. 1973.

Eyewitness account by Alfred Nier, delivered at an Argonne University Association-Argonne National Laboratory symposium, on the development of mass spectrometry. He reviews the early work and contributions of Arthur Jeffrey Dempster, Walker Bleakney, Kenneth Tompkins Bainbridge, Harold Urey, and Harland Wood.

1 videoocassette (57 min.) : sd., col. ; 3/4 in.

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