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Professor Satterly recalls some of the incidents which have high-lighted a career of almost 60 years as a physicist and reminisces concerning the many famous physicists with whom he has studied and worked.
Charged, inflated, lighter-than-air rubber balloons moored by strings form a useful electroscope which can be viewed by a large audience. The balloons are out of the demonstrator's way and are not attracted to him or to other equipment. A calculation and a graph are given which permit the device...
A simple experimental setup, well adapted for demonstration purposes for the beginner and advanced student alike, vividly depicts current flow in insulators by holes or electrons. This is achieved by the trapping of carriers during electron or hole injection in alkali halides giving rise to...
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