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Duke, Charles B.
Oral history interview with Charles B. Duke, 2007 January 23.
Topics discussed include: family background, education at Duke University, graduate work at Princeton University with Don Hamilton, Ruby Sherr and Eugene Wigner, his work at General Electric with Roland Schmidt, Walter Harrison, and Gerry Mahan, magnetic breakdown, optical absorption spectrum of impurities and solids, teaching at University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and University of Rochester, electron scattering, involvement with the American Vacuum Society (AVS), his work at Pacific Northwest National Labratory, and his work at Xerox with Chip Holt and Sudendu Rai.
Charles B. Duke (1938- ), Ph.D. (physics), Princeton University in 1963. Professor of physics, University of Illinois (1969-1972); Adjunct Professor of Physics (1972-1988), and Professor of physics and astronomy, University of Rochester; also affiliated with the Xerox Research Laboratories and General Electric.
Duke, Charles B.
Hamilton, Donald Ross, 1914-1972.
Harrison, Walter A., (Walter Ashley), 1930-
Holt, Chip.
Mahan, Gerry.
Rai, Sudendu.
Schmidt, Roland.
Sheer, Ruby.
Wigner, Eugene Paul, 1902-1995-
American Vacuum Society.
Duke University.
General Electric Company.
Pacific Northwest Laboratory
Princeton University.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
University of Rochester.
Xerox Corporation.
Astronomy Study and teaching.
Electrons -- Scattering.
Physics -- Industrial applications.
Physics -- Study and teaching.
Research, Industrial
Science and industry
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Razzaghe Ashrafi, Babak, 1964- interviewer.
American Institute of Physics. Niels Bohr Library & Archives. One Physics Ellipse, College Park, MD 20740, USA