Merle Antony Tuve papers

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BY PHILIP H. ABELSON. MERLE ANTONY TUVE WAS a leading scientist of his times. He joined with Gregory Breit in the first use of pulsed radio waves in the measurement of layers in the ionosphere. TUVE, MERLE ANTONY (, South Dakota, 27 June ; da, Maryland, 20 May ) physics.

All of Tuve’s grandparents immigrated to the United States from Norway in the mid nineteenth century. His parents—Anthony G. Tuve and Ida Marie Larsen—came to Canton in order to teach at Augustana College, a school supported by a Merle Antony Tuve papers book church group (and a precursor of.

Biography Abstract. Merle Tuve was Distinguished Service Member at Cargenie Institution of Washington (). His research interests included nuclear physics, geophysics, high voltage vacuum tubes, high-speed protons, transmutations of atomic nuclei, nuclear forces, deep seismic shots, earth's crust, and radio astronomy.

From the guide to the Merle Antony Tuve Papers,(bulk ), (Manuscript Division Library of Congress) Hans Thacher Clarke studied chemistry at University College, London (), worked for the Eastman Kodak Co. in Rochester (), and was a professor of biological chemistry at the College of Physicians and Surgeons.

Correspondence, lecture files, writings, reviews, wire service reports, notes, book files, alphabetical files, research files, maps, Merle Antony Tuve papers book, photographs, digital files, and other papers pertaining chiefly to Sullivan’s career as a journalist for the New York Times.

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Section T “Proximity Fuze” Records, [] (bulk ) DTM Introduction. Abstract: These are the records of Section T of the National Defense Research Committee (NDRC) documenting the development of the proximity fuze during World War II. Office files, project files, laboratory and field notebooks, and artifacts make up the contents of this collection.

Mendenhall, Thomas C. (Thomas Corwin),Papers, Tuve, Merle Antony, (), Oral history interview with Merle Antony Tuve, January 13 and 5 February. Administrative Information Title. Finding Aid to the David Knapp Papers, (bulk ) Sponsor.

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The papers of Merle Antony Tuve span the yearswith the bulk of the items concentrated in the period between and The collection focuses on Tuve's work as a physicist and consists of ten series: Family Correspondence, General Correspondence, Laboratory File, Administrative File, Subject File, Speeches and Writings, Miscellany, Printed Matter, Notebooks of Winifred Gray.

Merle Tuve had two brothers: George Lewis Tuve, a professor of mechanical engineering and Richard Larsen Tuve, an inventor and chemist, their sister, Rosemond Tuve. was an author and professor of Renaissance Literature at Connecticut College.

Merle Tuve was married in to Winifred Gray Whitman. Merle and Winifred had two children and : JCanton, South Dakota. John Wells was born in Philadelphia on Jbut spent most of his youth in Homer, New York, about 20 miles from Cornell University, surrounded by the.

Another example of a husband-wife collaboration may be found in the papers of Merle Antony Tuve (, items; ; bulk ) [catalog record], whose wife, Dr. Winifred Gray Whitman, worked with him in analyzing the effects on animals of high frequency resonance radiation. Christman: One good place to start perhaps would be where you first met Parsons and any recollections that you might have of that Was this at Dahlgren during the testing phase.

Tuve: It’s not awfully easy for me to call back all of the details of that period. It was a period, you know, of five or six years of real stress. I’ve lived another life since then. Weiner: I‘d like to start pretty early in your career and ask you how you got interested in physics Tuve: Let me preface my remarks by saying I’ve made no preparation for this discussion this afternoon, although I had word here two days ago that you were going to talk about the early days of nuclear physics in the U.S.A.

I have not tried to refresh my memory at all in. Merle Antony Tuve. Born 27 Jun ; died 20 His book, V2 () tells of his contributions to the development of jet propulsion.

Smithson was a chemist and mineralogist who published 27 scientific papers. The mineral smithsonite (carbonate of zinc) was named for him.

After the unexpected death of his only heir, his nephew inhis. Tuve, Merle Antony, Merle Antony Tuve papers, (bulk ). Library of Congress: referencedIn: ILGWU. Education Department. Fannia Cohn papers, Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Cornell University Library: referencedIn.

James Clerk Maxwell (). The Manuscript Division's collections include papers of a number of notable astronomers and physicists, such as A. (Alexander Dallas) Bache (), Matthew Fontaine Maury (), Asaph Hall (), Simon.

Tuve, Merle Antony United States. American Commission to Negotiate Peace Von Bekesy, Georg Von Braun, Werhner Walsh, Thomas James and John Edward Erickson Ward, Lester Frank Wayman, Dorothy G.

(Dorothy Godfrey) Wechsberg, Joseph Wertham, Frederic Wexler, Harry Williams, Robert Ramapatnam Wilson, Donald Wilson, Robert E. Wolman, Abel. Howard Edwin Tatel Papers, (Bulk ) DTM Introduction.

Abstract: This collection contains the personal papers of physicist, Dr. Howard E. Tatel, throughout his employment at the Department of Terrestrial Magnetism of the Carnegie Institution of Washington. They span roughly 12 years, including correspondence, drawings, notes, and manuscripts.

Merle Antony Tuve Merle Antony Tuve, American research physicist and geophysicist who developed the radio-wave exploration method for the ionosphere. The observations he made provided the theoretical foundation for the development of radar.

With the American physicist. TUVE, Rosemond. Born 27 MarchCanton, South Dakota; died 21 DecemberBryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. Daughter of Anthony G. and Ida Larsen Tuve.

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With a father who was president of Augustana College and a mother who taught music at the same institution, Rosemond Tuve lived her entire life in the climate of higher education.

The Gregory Breit Papers contain personal and professional correspondence, diaries, notebooks, writings, and research project, teaching and conference files which document Breit's research and teaching career. The papers were transferred to Manuscripts and Archives from the Department of Physics, Yale University in The Anne Roe papers is comprised of two series.

The first contains the data that Anne Roe collected on 64 scientists for her book, The Making of a material for each scientist includes transcripts of interviews, Rorschach and Thematic Apperception Tests, personal data, reprints of the scientist's publications, and letters several years after each interview asking for.

very good explained in Guerlac’s book p - 48 16 He was born on 14 July in Nikolayev in Russia. He died on 11 September in Oregon(?).

He arrived from Russia in the US on 30 July 17 Merle Antony Tuve was born on 27 June in Canton South Dakota, he died on 20 May, place. His grandparents came from Norway.

The quantitative investigation of the ionoshere with radio waves began in the years – with the vertical sounding experiments in the U.S. of Gregory Breit (–) and Merle Antony Tuve (–) [94, 95], and in Great-Britain by Edward V. Appleton (–) [96], which proved the existence of a conducting atmospheric.

This collection contains correspondence, reports, notes, and notebooks. Clarke's participation in various organizations is documented, including the American Philosophical Society, American Chemical Society, American Otological Society, and the American Society of Biological Chemists.

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His chemistry research is detailed in thirteen notebooks, (the volume is on photographic. Carnegie Institution of Washington Administration Records, ADMN Introduction.

Abstract: This collection contains the administrative records of the Carnegie Institution of Washington which was established in by Andrew Carnegie. Fifteen. The quantitative investigation of the ionoshere with radio waves began in the years – with the vertical sounding experiments in the U.S.

of Gregory Breit (–) and Merle Antony Author: Alexander Piel. This book is both a survey of practical concepts for forecasting the performance of various telecommunication systems as well as a balanced treatment of space-weather phenomena that give rise to telecommunication impairment episodes.

It bridges the gap in the relationship that exists between the following two disciplines: space weather and. Alfred Day Hershey was born December 4, in Owosso, Michigan.

He received his degrees at Michigan State (B.S., ; Ph.D., ) and served on the faculty in the Department of Bacteriology at Washington Universitys School of Medicine in St. Louis from Ionospheric Section Records, [] (Bulk ) DTM Introduction. Abstract: This collection documents the work conducted by the ionospheric program at the Carnegie Institution’s Department of Terrestrial Magnetism.

Extent: 17 linear feet: 12 records center cartons, 1 oversize records center carton, 2 flat storage boxes Acquisition: The records have been in the possession.

Roe's scientists: original published papers Gwern has provided scans of the original papers published by Anne Roe on studies of 64 eminent scientists. These papers include details concerning the selection of these individuals and the psychometric testing performed on them. Tuve, Merle Antony, Van Vleck, J.

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