Berkeley Lectures. Page 28. March - April 1930
Berkeley Lectures. March - April 1930. Page 28  Larger Images / More Information. 34 pp.

Travel: Berkeley, CA

Activity Listings

  • Letter from W.L. Bragg, the Physical Laboratories of the University of Manchester, to LP, RE: Tells LP that he and his wife will try to find a suitable place for LP to stay in Didsbury. Explains that he admired LP's paper on the micas and says that West's measurements on the micas confirm LP's structure. Tells LP that the only silicates they've done lately is an examination by Taylor of analcite and that they've been concentrating on Fourier analysis. Notes that they are starting to prepare a new edition of X-rays and Crystal Structure. [Filed under LP Personal Safe: Drawer 3, Folder 3.018.12]
  • Manuscript Notes: The Rotational Motion of Molecules in Crystals, Ninth and Tenth Lectures, Berkeley Lectures, Second Series -- Introduction to Quantum Mechanics of Aperiodic Processes, University of California, Berkeley, April 9 & 11, 1930. [LP Science Box 2.002, Folder 2/LP Speeches 1930s.8]