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Papers, 1877-1972.

Author: Léon Brillouin; Marcel Brillouin; Éleuthère Élie Nicolas Mascart
Edition/Format:   Downloadable archival material : English
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Reprints, miscellaneous notes, manuscripts, typescripts, correspondence, manuscript autobiography. The papers of Leon Brillouin primarily cover the period after he came to the United States, (1941-1968). Most of the correspondence is incoming, international in scope, and includes among the signatures those of Niels Bohr, Felix Bloch, Max Born, John Carstoiu, D. G. Magiros, P. P. Ewald, A. D. Fokker, Charles
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Genre/Form: Autobiography
Laboratory notebooks
Manuscripts
Named Person: Felix Bloch; Niels Bohr; Max Born; Paul Peter Ewald; Paul Langevin; Charles Manneback; Wolfgang Pauli; L Rosenfeld; Erwin Schrödinger; Albert Szent-Györgyi; A D Fokker; Eugene Paul Wigner
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Léon Brillouin; Marcel Brillouin; Éleuthère Élie Nicolas Mascart
OCLC Number: 80490114
Language Note: Chiefly in French and English, with several of the reprints in Italian, Russian, and German.
Notes: This collection includes papers of both Brillouin's father, Marcel Brillouin, and his maternal grandfather, Eleuthère Mascart, cataloged separately.
Description: 8.25 linear ft.
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Reprints, miscellaneous notes, manuscripts, typescripts, correspondence, manuscript autobiography. The papers of Leon Brillouin primarily cover the period after he came to the United States, (1941-1968). Most of the correspondence is incoming, international in scope, and includes among the signatures those of Niels Bohr, Felix Bloch, Max Born, John Carstoiu, D. G. Magiros, P. P. Ewald, A. D. Fokker, Charles Manneback, Leon Rosenfeld, Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, Erwin Schrodinger, Eugene Wigner. The manuscript files often include his notes, corrections, informational materials, and sometimes correspondence related to his topic. They relate to Brillouin's most important post WW II research such as Brillouin scattering, relativity, and information theory. One such manuscript is that of "Relativity Reexamined." There are also reprints of Billouin's articles (1921-1967) on such subjects as quantum theory, particle physics, Brillouin scattering and information theory. The great majority of the remaining reprints included are those of Brillouin's colleagues doing work in his fields of interest--quantum theory, gravitation, nuclear and particle physics, atomic clocks, etc. Also included is Brillouin's undated (ca. 1911) student notebook of lectures by Paul Langevin in which he gives details of relativity theory shortly before Einstein published his work. The manuscript autobiography was written at the request of the American Institute

of Physics Project on the History of Recent Physics.

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