Beta Spectroscopy by Use of a High Pressure Proportional Counter. [Offprint from: Beta- And Gamma-Ray Spectroscopy, pp. 184-191].
by FULBRIGHT, Harry W. (1918-2009).
Amsterdam:: North-Holland, 1955., 1955. Blue printed wrappers. Fine. Fullbright was a professor of Physics at the University of Rochester, educated at Washington University in St. Louis, taking his A.B. in 1940, he continued with his M.S. and Ph.D. received in 1944. He was in charge of the Washington University cyclotron [later shipped to India where Fulbright helped install it for its second career] and from 1942-44 was under contract to the Manhattan District Project, transferring to the Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory through 1946. At this point he taught four years at Princeton University as Assistant Professor, and then left for Rochester in 1950. He earned a Fulbright and Guggenheim Fellowship, a Fellow at Copenhagen, lecturing widely in Strasbourg, Chandigarh, and Leningrad. "Although Fulbright concentrated on nuclear physics for most of his career, his interests turned to Astronomy in his later years. . . Harry Fulbright was a brilliant and versatile experimentalist. . ." Fullbright wrote many papers and also contributed:  "Particular detection methods," written jointly by S.C. Curran, Fulbright, G. Bishop and R. Wilson.  CHAPTER XXI, "Particular Problems Studied with Scintillation Techniques," by P. E. Cavanagh, H. Fulbright, S. De Benedetti, R. E. Bell and M. Deutsch. Fulbright retired July 1, 1989. :: Obituary, Judy Pipher (University of Rochester), Bill Forrest (University of Rochester). (Inventory #: S13253)
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