WorldCat Identities
Fri Mar 21 17:14:05 2014 UTClccn-n830289510.00Oral history interview with John Robert Schrieffer,0.731.00Archive for the History of Quantum Physics,7430105Léon_Rosenfeldn 83028951919813Rosenfeld, L.Rosenfeld, L., 1904-1974Rosenfeld, L. (Léon), 1904-1974Rosenfeld, LeonRosenfeld, Léon, 1904-1974Rosenfeld, Léon Jacques Henri Constant 1904-1974Rozenfel'd, L.Розенфельд, Л., 1904-1974lccn-n50045711Bohr, Niels1885-1962othhnrlccn-n85340196Rüdinger, Erikedtlccn-n89662879Aaserud, Finnedtlccn-no2003112211Jacobsen, Anja Skaarlccn-n50026516Cohen, R. S.(Robert Sonné)edtlccn-n86109462Stachel, John J.1928-edtviaf-61606703Nielsen, J. Rudedtlccn-n50003499Møller, C.(Christian)1904-1980lccn-n79045078Prigogine, I.(Ilya)clblccn-n84099696George, C.clbRosenfeld, L.(Leon)1904-1974PeriodicalsHistoryRecords and correspondenceNuclear physicsPhysicsRosenfeld, L.--(Leon),PhysicistsBelgiumElectronsPhysics--PhilosophyScienceMatter--ConstitutionMesonsQuantum theoryBohr, Niels,Electromagnetic theoryElectromagnetismGravitationCalculus of tensorsPolarization (Electricity)AtomsHeisenberg, Werner,Pauli, Wolfgang,Fermi, Enrico,Sommerfeld, Arnold,Science--Social aspectsKramers, Hendrik Anthony,Atomic theorySchrödinger, Erwin,Born, Max,Darwin, Charles Galton,--Sir,Einstein, Albert,Weisskopf, Victor Frederick,Science--PhilosophyNuclear physics--ResearchEhrenfest, Paul,London, Fritz,Planck, Max,DenmarkHilbert, David,Rutherford, Ernest,Jordan, Pascual,Franck, James,Oppenheimer, J. Robert,Niels Bohr institutetNuclear forces (Physics)Amaldi, EdoardoBroglie, Louis de,Debye, Peter J. W.--(Peter Josef William),Fokker, A. D.--(Adriaan Daniël),Quantum electrodynamicsVon Neumann, John,Laue, Max von,190419741924192719321933193619381939194019411942194319451946194719481949195019511952195319551957195819591960196119621963196419651967196819691971197219731974197519761977197819791981198319841985198619871988198919901991199319961999200120022005200620072008201120123880255488530.8QC173ocn458604928ocn458604918ocn459808788ocn084559775ocn317083070ocn410795432ocn458204953ocn463753190ocn462806740ocn037001006ocn173829704ocn467879288ocn263102361ocn494347808ocn467879305ocn458927176ocn410796689ocn462728384ocn798397089ocn69154428754724ocn000535130book19510.73Rosenfeld, LTheory of electrons48516ocn000538755book19720.73Bohr, NielsCollected worksThe influence of Niels Bohr's work, of his approach to research, both practical and theoretical, is widely felt today. His contributions to our knowledge of the atomic constituents of matter and to our view of science, remain of fundamental importance. The publication of his collected works will give historians of science and scientists easy access to a life-work entirely devoted to the rational analysis of the laws of nature and of the singular character of their meaning for us. In addition to Bohr's published papers, the series includes unpublished manuscripts and a wide selection of letters and other documents, with explanatory notes+-+71947099953793ocn001645937serial0.81Nuclear physicsPeriodicals35414ocn003414242book19740.79Rosenfeld, LSelected papers of Léon RosenfeldHistory+-+960152275432825ocn002316739book19470.81Rosenfeld, LNuclear forces1076ocn001450148book19520.95Rosenfeld, LL'exploration du noyau atomique; six conférences faites à l'Université d'Utrecht à des étudiants de toutes les facultés837ocn011715262book19450.92Rosenfeld, LNiels Bohr : an essay dedicated to him on the occasion of his sixtieth birthday, October 7, 1945755ocn007099034book19510.93Rosenfeld, LThéorie des électrons557ocn213839499book19810.50Bohr, NielsCollected worksWith a natural emphasis on his scientific contributions, this limited edition set documents all aspects of Bohr's life and work. Each of the twelve volumes is introduced and edited by a physicist or scholar with particular knowledge of the subject in question and as a bonus a supplementary index volume has now been prepared for the whole set. All volumes are illustrated with rare photos, and Bohr's publications are supplemented with carefully selected manuscripts and correspondence documenting the background for his work and his milieu. The Niels Bohr Collected Works constitute a unique resource for collectors and anyone interested in the history of science, and adds up to a fascinating story of the political dedication and social responsibility of one of the major scientists of the twentieth century. - Provides the only comprehensive reference on Niels Bohr's life and work including previously unpublished personal documents - Special limited edition, individually numbered sets for collectors and scientists - Presents an opportunity to purchase and/or access the content of all of the volumes with a newly added cumulative subject index volume - Published in agreement with and supported by the official Niels Bohr Archive in Denmark+-+7137809995504ocn002041981book19720.86George, ClaudeThe macroscopic level of quantum mechanics506ocn011241910book19400.90Møller, COn the field theory of nuclear forces497ocn011241278book19330.90Bohr, NielsZur Frage der Messbarkeit der elektromagnetischen Feldgrössen416ocn006061557book19450.90Rosenfeld, LNon-central coupling in the mixed meson theory of nuclear forces413ocn008630646book19430.93Møller, CElectromagnetic properties of nuclear systems on meson theory292ocn166101768book19990.33Bohr, NielsCollected works+-+8724439995256ocn014145786book19400.84Rosenfeld, LSur le tenseur d'impulsion-énergie244ocn462806740book19760.37Bohr, NielsCollected worksRecords and correspondence234ocn256417296book19720.39Bohr, NielsEarly work (1905-1911)Records and correspondenceThe influence of Niels Bohr's work, of his approach to research, both practical and theoretical, is widely felt today. His contributions to our knowledge of the atomic constituents of matter and to our view of science, remain of fundamental importance. The publication of his collected works will give historians of science and scientists easy access to a life-work entirely devoted to the rational analysis of the laws of nature and of the singular character of their meaning for us. In addition to Bohr's published papers, the series includes unpublished manuscripts and a wide selection of letters221ocn165893923book20050.32Bohr, NielsCollected worksHistory+-+6188609995193ocn458604928book19320.92Bohr, NielsLa théorie atomique et la description des phénomènes : quatre articles précédés d'une introduction4946ocn794328367com20120.47Jacobsen, Anja SkaarLeon Rosenfeld Physics, Philosophy, and Politics in the Twentieth CenturyBiographyLéon Rosenfeld (1904-1974) was a remarkable, many-sided physicist of exceptional erudition. He was at the center of modern physics and was well-known as Niels Bohr's close collaborator and spokesman. Besides he reflected deeply on the history and philosophy of science and its social role from a leftist perspective. As both actor and acute spectator of modern physics and as a polyglot cosmopolitan whose life crossed those of many important people in both the East and West, as well as by virtue of his close collaboration and friendship with Bohr, Rosenfeld was an important figure in twentieth ce31ocn154306271mix19671.00Archive for the History of Quantum PhysicsHistoryPrimary source materials for the history of quantum physics in the twentieth century, collected under the auspices of the American Philosophical Society and the American Physical Society, with a grant from the National Science Foundation11ocn036615127book19780.92Talbot, Theodore RBohr and Rosenfeld's foundations for quantum electrodynamics11ocn154306259mixRecami, ErasmoMaterials about Ettore Majorana, collected by Erasmo RecamiNotebooks; manuscripts; correspondence; clippings; photographs. The notebooks and manuscripts (1927-1938) contain published and unpublished calculations and writings on such topics as Dirac's matrices, Lorentz groups, electron theory, relativity and particle theory, the relationship of classical and quantum mechanics, and radioactivity. The correspondence (1915-1938) is of the Majorana family; the correspondence (1964-1976) consists of responses of various physicists to Recami documenting Majorana's career. The clippings (1928-1938 and 1964-1982) include copies of title pages of several of his publications, as well as biographical material on Majorana from Italian newspapers. The photographs are of Majorana and family. Correspondents include: Edoardo Amaldi, Antonio Carrelli, Giuseppe Cocconi, Tullio Derenzini, Léon Rosenfeld, and Werner Heisenberg11ocn082862802mix1988Shakin, Carl MResponse to 1988 History of Nuclear Physics SurveyBiographySix pages summarizing Shakin's undergraduate education at New York University College of Engineering; Fulbright Scholarship study at the University of Manchester with Richard Eden and Leon Rosenfeld; Ph.D. work first at Harvard and then Massachusetts Institute of Technology under Arthur Kerman; teaching at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Case Western Reserve University and Brooklyn College; his achievements in nuclear spectroscopy and nuclear reactions, relativistic nuclear physics, andd quantum field theory; and a discussion of nuclear physics in the 1990s. File also includes a thirteen-page curriculum vitae, publication list, and autobiographical statistics from the questionnaire11ocn081507869mixWelker, Heinrich JohannCorrespondence on semiconductors with Walter Schottky, Klaus Clusius, R. Gauss, H. Haberlandt, W. Ringer, Fritz Sauter, and Erich Mollwo; and correspondence on superconductivity with Markus Fierz, Werner Heisenberg, Eduard Justi, Fritz London, Walther Meissner, Léon Rosenfeld, Hans Thirring, and F. Möglich. Also includes manuscripts on rectifiers, germanium, and triode crystals11ocn079005519mix1964Bloch, FelixOral history interview with Felix BlochHistoryPart of the Archives for the History of Quantum Physics oral history collection, which includes tapes and transcripts of oral history interviews conducted with ca. 100 atomic and quantum physicists. Subjects discuss their family backgrounds, how they became interested in physics, their educations, people who influenced them, their careers including social influences on the conditions of research, and the state of atomic, nuclear, and quantum physics during the period in which they worked. Discussions of scientific matters relate to work that was done between approximately 1900 and 1930, with an emphasis on the discovery and interpretations of quantum mechanics in the 1920s. Also prominently mentioned are: Reinhold Baer, Karl Beck, Niels Henrik David Bohr, Max Born, Peter Josef William Debye, Paul Adrien Maurice Dirac, Albert Einstein, Enrico Fermi, Adriaan Daniël Fokker, Marcel Grossmann, Arthur de Haas, Werner Heisenberg, Walter Heitler, Friedrich Hund, Hendrik Anthony Kramers, Fritz London, Wolfgang Pauli, Max Planck, Léon Rosenfeld, Erwin Schrödinger, Karl Seiler, Arnold Sommerfeld, John Von Neumann, Pierre Weiss; University of Copenhagen, Universität Göttingen, University of Leipzig, Stanford University, Teyler Foundation, and Zurich Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule11ocn078159141mixSlater, John CCorrespondence and autobiographical account of the history of writing of the Bohr-Kramer-Slater paper in 1924Manuscript and correspondence. A 50-page manuscript (1968) contains reminiscences of his experiences as a Sheldon Travelling Fellow at Cambridge University, England, and Copenhagen (1923-1924), particularly his involvement at the Institute for Theoretical Physics in Copenhagen in the writing of the Bohr-Kramers-Slater paper, with transcriptions of selections from letters to his parents and his papers. Also, some correspondence (1968) on the distribution of these excerpts and the use of his oral history interview with Thomas Kuhn. Correspondents include Leon Rosenfeld and J. H. Van Vleck11ocn082743648mix1963Jordan, PascualOral history interview with Ernst Pascual JordanHistoryErnst Mach, Walther Meissner, Frl. Mensing, Minkowski, Emmy Noether, Lothar Nordheim, J. Robert Oppenheimer, Wolfgang Pauli, Max Planck, Robert Wichard Pohl, Henri Poincaré, Ludwig Prandtl, Léon Rosenfeld, Carl Runge, Erwin Schrödinger, L.A. Sommer, Arnold Sommerfeld, Frl. Sponer, Otto Stern, Thomas, Timofeeff-Ressovsky, Toeplitz, John Hasbrouck Van Vleck, Victor Frederick Weisskopf, Eugene Paul Wigner; Hanover Technische Hochschule, Kben︣havns Universitet, Universität Göttingen, Universität Hamburg, Universität München, and Universität Rostock11ocn079015809mixBohr, NielsBohr scientific correspondence, supplementBohr's Scientific Correspondence not previously microfilmed. Includes letters in the original collection not microfilmed because of access restrictions. Letters donated by the Bohr family as well as Bohr' scientific correspondence originally placed in other collections, such as the Bohr General Correspondence and the Bohr Private Correspondence. The topics include the development of quantum and nuclear physics and reflect Bohr's wide interests, including epistemology, philosophy, and human affairs. Correspondents include: Hans A. Bethe, Patrick M. S. Blackett, Max Born, D. Coster, C. G. Darwin, M. Delbrück, Paul A.M. Dirac, Paul Ehrenfest, Albert Einstein, Paul S. Epstein, Enrico Fermi, Adriaan D. Fokker, Ralph H. Fowler, Werner Heisenberg, Georg von Hevesy, H. Høffding, J. C. J. Jacobsen, Irène Joliot-Curie, P. Jordan, Fritz Kalckar, Edwin C. Kemble, Oskar Klein, Hendrik A. Kramers, Ralph Kronig, Rudolf W. Ladenburg, Irving Langmuir, N. O. Lassen, Thomas Lauritsen, Hendrik A. Lorentz, Ernest Marsden, O. Meyerhof, Albert A. Michelson, H. A. Miers, Henry G. J. Moseley, Nevill F. Mott, Carl W. Oseen, Wolfgang Pauli, Rudolf E. Peierls, Max Planck, E. Rasmussen, Owen W. Richardson, Léon Rosenfeld, S. Rosseland, A. W. Rubinowicz, Ernest Rutherford, John C. Slater, Arnold Sommerfeld, Otto Stern, Edward Teller, B. L. van der Waerden, S. Weber, Victor Weisskopf, John A. Wheeler, E. J. Williams11ocn081716290mixBohr, NielsManuscripts, other authorsManuscripts submitted to Bohr by other scientists. Contributors include: Hans A. Bethe, Felix Bloch, Max Born, Dirk Coster, Charles G. Darwin, Max Delbrück, Paul A.M. Dirac, Walter M. Elsasser, Enrico Fermi, James Franck, George Gamow, Werner Heisenberg, Georg von Hevesy, Harald Høffding, P. Jordan, Oskar Klein, Hendrik A. Kramers, Ralph Kronig, Lev D. Landau, Alfred Landé, Irving Langmuir, N.O. Lassen, Max von Laue, Thomas Lauritsen, Wolfgang Pauli, R. Platzman, E. Rasmussen, Léon Rosenfeld, Ernest Rutherford, Erwin Schrödinger, John C. Slater, Arnold Sommerfeld, Edward Teller, Emil G. Warburg, Victor Wiesskopf, E.J. Williams11ocn080180864mix2001Espagnat, Bernard d'Oral history interview with Bernard d'EspagnatTopics include: D'Espagnat's interest in quantum mechanics foundations, since the beginning of his career; the International School of Physics, held in Varenna, 29th June - 11th July 1970, which was organized and directed by D'Espagnat with the theme "Foundations of Quantum Mechanics;." the origins of Aspect's experiments on Bell's inequalities. Prominently mentioned are: J. S. Bell, J. F. Clauser, Toraldo di Francia, A. Shimony, E. Wigner, Leon Rosenfeld, Antonio Zicchichi, A. Aspect, A. Whightman, Loouis de Broglie, Costa de Beauregard, and David Bohm11ocn057350400art19600.10Leon RosenfeldBiography11ocn080052435mix1971Bohr, MargretheOral history interview with Margrethe BohrCarlsberg Breweries income creation of the Carlsberg Foundation; Johannes Pedersen chairman for the five member board; meetings on progress and smaller/larger grants to museums and to individuals; limits to size of grants; grant procedures. The establishment of Niels Bohr's institute (to reestablish international scientific collaboration); relationship between Harald & Niels Bohr and Martin Knudsen (their views on German inclusion in international scientific unions); United States visits 1923, 1933; life at Bohr's institute and at Carlsberg11ocn079789898mix1949Medicus, HeinrichInternational Congress for PhysicsParticipants at International Congress of Physics, Como, Italy, and at other group activities including a banquet, boat ride, and cable car ride in the Alps to Plateau Rosa (3500 meters). Attendees, as they appear in the film, photographed by Medicus, include: Edoardo Amaldi, Gian Carlo Wick, Lew Kowarski, Leon Rosenfeld, Enrico Fermi, Christian M ller, Otto Frisch, Emilio Segrè, Wolfgang Pauli, Jiri Linhart, Edwin McMillan, Hans Jensen, and Freeman Dyson11ocn154306462mixBohr, NielsNiels Bohr lectures and interviewsHistoryMany of Bohr's lectures, as well as informal interviews (including the one conducted as part of Archives for History of Quantum Physics (AHQP)) on tape and, in one case, on a record (78 rpm). Transcriptions of some of the lectures exist; those not already included in other collections form part of this collection (T) indicates that a transcription exists. -- Recordings of Bohr's lectures include: Gifford lectures, Edinburgh (1949)(T); Biology seminar, USA (1957); Oklahoma lecture (1957)(T); Macalaster College (1957); Compton Lectures, MIT (1957)(T); Carlson lecture, Iowa (1957)(T); Rutherford Memorial Lecture, London (1958)(T); Culture Congress, Copenhagen (1960); Genetics Institute, Cologne (1962)(T). -- Recordings of conversations/interviews with Bohr include: Bohr and Oppenheimer, Copenhagen (1958)(T); Bohr interviewed by Aage Bohr and Léon Rosenfeld, Risvild (1959)(T); Conversation with Dr. Sasher, Tisvilde (1959); Conversation with Virginia and Robert Bell, La Jolla (1959)(T); Conversation with stud. jur. Skovgard, Mrs. Else Bohr, Mrs. Magrethe Bohr, Tisvilde (1959)(T); conversation with Margaret Gowing and Aage Bohr, Copenhagen (1962)(T); AHQP interviews (1962)(T)12ocn154306409mix1963Møller, COral history interview with Christian MøllerHistoryThis interview was conducted as part of the Archives for the History of Quantum Physics project, which includes tapes and transcripts of oral history interviews conducted with circa 100 atomic and quantum physicists. Subjects discuss their family backgrounds, how they became interested in physics, their educations, people who influenced them, their careers including social influences on the conditions of research, and the state of atomic, nuclear, and quantum physics during the period in which they worked. Discussions of scientific matters relate to work that was done between approximately 1900 and 1930, with an emphasis on the discovery and interpretations of quantum mechanics in the 1920s. Also prominently mentioned are: Niels Henrik David Bohr, Paul Ehrenfest, Werner Heisenberg, Lev Davidovich Landau, Wolfgang Pauli, Léon Rosenfeld, Erwin Schrödinger; and Niels Bohr Institutet11ocn080044178mix1971Møller, COral history interview with Christian MøllerConference proceedingsStudent years at Niels Bohr Institutet in the late 1920s; influence of Lev Landau and study of Hans Bethe's thesis on scattering of fast neutrons and to a lectureship at the Institute in 1929. Bohr's switch to nuclear physics in mid-1930s; the informal conferences at the Institute. Travels to Rome and to Cambridge, 1935-1936, reporting to Bohr on Fermi's work on resonances. Travel to U.S.S.R. in September and October of 1936; gives talk on Bohr's paper on neutron captive and nuclear constitution; collaboration with Leipunski on k-electrons; comments on life at Physical Technical Institute, arrests of Landau, Houtermans, and Weissberg; tension in Russia. Continued work on capture of k-electrons and meson theory work with Léon Rosenfeld. Teaching; students demand course in quantum mechanics. George de Hevesy's association with the Bohr Institutet (biology); popular science writing and publication procedures. German occupation of Denmark, 1940-1945, and the Institutet, December 1943 to February 1944; comments on the political and social situation prior to World War II. Werner Heisenberg as head of a German committee investigating the Institutet11ocn079891395mixSchrieffer, J. ROral history interview with John Robert SchriefferBrueckner, Eli Burstein, Butler, Leon Cooper, Richard Phillips Feynman, Dave Frisch, Frölich, Ernest Guillemin, Douglas Rayner Hartree, Werner Heisenberg, David Hilbert, George F. Koster, Fritz London, Francis Eugene Low, Arkadii Beinusovich Migdal, David Pines, Léon Rosenfeld, Blat Schatloff, Ann Schrieffer, Frederick Seitz, Charles Slichter, Gregor Wentzel; Institute for Theoretical Physics (Copenhagen), and Niels Bohr Institutet11ocn154298264mix1924Slater, John CThese excerpts were brought together by Slater from his files, at the request of Dr. Leon Rosenfeld, to document Slater's visit to Copenhagen, and Bohr's Lab. In general, the letters concern quantum physics+-+8724439995+-+8724439995Fri Mar 21 15:28:11 EDT 2014batch37951