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Box 12

 Container

Contains 6 Collections and/or Records:

Introduction to the Quantum Theory of Scattering (Rodberg and Thaler) (folder 1 of 2), 1967

 File — Box: 12, Folder: 1
Identifier: SERIES 4
Description From the Series: Series 4 consists of copies of articles and books, which were apparently kept as reference for teaching and research. Unlike the books in Series 3, these articles and books are mostly unannotated.

Introduction to the Quantum Theory of Scattering (Rodberg and Thaler) (folder 2 of 2), 1967

 File — Box: 12, Folder: 2
Identifier: SERIES 4
Description From the Series: Series 4 consists of copies of articles and books, which were apparently kept as reference for teaching and research. Unlike the books in Series 3, these articles and books are mostly unannotated.

Introduction to Wave Mechanics (Chapter 25 of book), undated

 File — Box: 12, Folder: 3
Identifier: SERIES 4
Description From the Series: Series 4 consists of copies of articles and books, which were apparently kept as reference for teaching and research. Unlike the books in Series 3, these articles and books are mostly unannotated.

Molecules and Radiation: An Introduction to Modern Molecular Spectroscopy (Steinfeld), ca. 1974

 File — Box: 12, Folder: 4
Identifier: SERIES 4
Description From the Series: Series 4 consists of copies of articles and books, which were apparently kept as reference for teaching and research. Unlike the books in Series 3, these articles and books are mostly unannotated.

My Life (Born), undated

 File — Box: 12, Folder: 5
Identifier: SERIES 4
Description From the Series: Series 4 consists of copies of articles and books, which were apparently kept as reference for teaching and research. Unlike the books in Series 3, these articles and books are mostly unannotated.

The Physics of Everyday Phenomena (Scientific American), 1979

 File — Box: 12, Folder: 6
Identifier: SERIES 4
Description From the Series: Series 4 consists of copies of articles and books, which were apparently kept as reference for teaching and research. Unlike the books in Series 3, these articles and books are mostly unannotated.