A Festschrift in Honor of Vernon W. Hughes: Yale University, 13 April 1991
By: M.E. Zeuer (editor)Hardback
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The contents of this book are derived from a celebration of the 70th birthday of Vernon W Hughes. Professor Hughes' career has touched on several areas in modern physics ranging from precision measurements of the fundamental properties of atoms to measurements of spin structure functions of the proton via deep inelastic muon scattering at the world's highest energy fixed target machines. This observance of his 70th birthday brings together experimental and theoretical physicists who are leaders of the many fields in which he has made contributions.
Early years of molecular beam resonance, N.F. Ramsey; Vernon Hughes' worlds of atoms, D. Kleppner; some thoughts about high precision measurements, G. Feinberg; polarized electrons, W. Raith; fundamental test with polarized beams at high energies, C. Prescott; it takes one to know one - remembering muonium, V. Telgdi; muon g-2 and muonium hyperfine structure - theory update, T. Kinoshita; the CERN muon g-2 experiment, E. Picasso; Vernon Willard Hughes - congratulations to the scientists and teacher of an international community, G. zuPutlitz; Vernon Hughes and Japanese physicists with spinning particles, K. Kondo; remarks, V.W. Hughes.
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