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BOX 1-13 Academic File, circa 1954-circa 1998
Student papers, lecture notes, notebooks, research files, correspondence, printed matter, topical files, and miscellaneous material.
Arranged largely as received by name of academic institution and thereunder by topic or type of material.
BOX 1 Columbia University, New York, N.Y.
Bibliographies
Dynamics course
Examination reviews
(2 folders)
Miscellany
Notebooks
Electricity and magnetism
(3 folders)
Loose leaf
No. 1
(2 folders)
BOX 2 Nos. 2-6
(7 folders)
BOX 3 Miscellaneous, nos. 1-9
(9 folders)
BOX 4 Quantum mechanics, nos. 1-3
(3 folders)
“Optical Spectra Excited in the Noble Gases at High Pressures by Polonium Alpha Particles,” Bennett's thesis, 1959
(3 folders)
Quantum mechanics course
(2 folders)
BOX 5 Statistical mechanics course
Topics
Charge exchange articles
Collision processes
Dirac theory
Double crossing, helium-helium, helium-neon
Fermi: hyperfine structure
Electronic collisions
Feynman's theory
Hydrogenic atom
Ions and electrons
Metastable life-times
Nitrogen
Noble gas molecular states and vacuum ultraviolet spectrum
BOX 6 Photo tubes
Positron g-value experiment
Positronium
(2 folders)
Transition probabilities
Yale University, New Haven, Conn.
Lecture no. 2
Lecture no. 3
Lecture no. 5
Lecture no. 23, live Fourier program
BOX 7 Twi language
Computer monkeys
Laser lecture, 1975
Russian
Monkey film
International baccalaureate, mathematics, examination, 1981
Billiards
Cryptography, no. 10, 1979
Negative feedback amplifier problem, 1979
Lecture no. 18, epidemiology
Dynamics
Japanese, Yashikazu Okuyama
AIDS
Lasers, 1981
Lecture no.24
Lecture no. 25
Mechanics
Dynamics final no.16
Miscellaneous programs
BOX 8 Lecture no.1
Entropy
Fourth order Shakespearean monkeys
Monkey programs
Appendixes A and B
Style analysis and information theory
Plotting, supplement to chapter 3
Compression, cryptography
Lecture no. 11, Voynich manuscript
Voice, figs.
Lecture no. 8, monkeys
Printed matter and clippings
BOX 9 Handouts
Monkeys
Applied Physics 207, final examination
Lecture slides
Applied Physics 207 See Oversize
Miscellaneous See also Oversize
Monkeys
Fourier transform
Monkeys, 1975
Monkeys, 1973
Fortran
Fourier transform and damped S. H. O.
Manley-Rowe relations
BOX 10 Lecture no. 21, Fourier series
Random walk problem, 1978
Lecture no. 17, random walk
Lecture no. 19, least squares
Lasers, 1979
Lecture no. 26, lasers
QM and lasers
Lasers
Lecture no. 7, surfaces
Surfaces handouts
Surfaces
BOX 11 Mars, pictures, 1976
Lecture no. 13, falling bodies, Big Bertha, football
Lecture no. 14, Dynamics
Lecture no.15, Dynamics
Quadratic fields
Hewlett Packard, HP 1000 computer
BOX 12 E and AS 118, introduction
Applied Physics 207, 1987
Fortran
E and AS course, evaluations
Matrix inversion, Fortran
Plotting
Wavelets
Notebook
(2 folders)
Slides
Introduction to basic Fortran
Computer course for non-scientists See also Oversize
BOX 13 Photographs, E an AS course
Applied Physics course, relativity
Miscellany See also Oversize
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