By the time you got there it was well organized, though. Have you maintained contact in a policy-making or advisory position in any way? Gradually it grew as more people came, but it was always centered around the one man whom we invited. It's misleading then when one looks at your biography and your resume to assume the European contacts ceased, because here you were very close to Pauli in '35 and '37. It wasn't either. With R. I. Condit and H. H. Staub. He came here as an assistant. But at first there was this small nucleus... Oh, it was quite informal and quite private. We were also very young. The attendance was half a dozen people, all of whom were known. Nevertheless, I was happy at that time.

It was more a technicality. I mean my very strong feelings about what was going on in Germany he apparently did not quite understand. He is also a leader in the international clinical education movement, most notably as one of the founding members of … We had to build them, build them with our own hands. How did it affect one's university career? By the way, I was also in Europe in between several times. Fermi, of course, knew that I was going to America and I just accepted that as a fact. I'm sure we had other visitors here before. I told you, and, in fact, thought it was a good thing that the distinction between experiment and theory was not as sharp here as it was in Europe. Now, of course, that wasn't a great achievement, but nevertheless it was very exhilarating. There were also minor things. 64:47.

education: 1927 - ETH Zurich, 1928 - Leipzig University, awards: 1952 - Nobel Prize in Physics 1959 - Guggenheim Fellowship for Natural Sciences US & Canada, See the events in life of Felix Bloch in Chronological Order.

You wanted to do X-ray work, so you had to have X-rays. Some fundamental aspects of NMR. Professor Felix Bloch Professor in Physics Leonard Susskind is the Felix Bloch professor of Theoretical physics at Stanford University. This experiment remains to this day a celebrated example of a theorist turning experimental physicist, as Felix did. This work showed that the anomalously large cross sections for iron and nickel do not depend on their ferromagnetism, since cobalt, which is also ferromagnetic, has a normal cross section. we will not forget them. Then we had money, and could build strong magnets. Many of us do. I was in Paris I think after I was in Copenhagen. Leonard Susskind is the Felix Bloch Professor of Theoretical Physics at Stanford University, and Director of the Stanford Institute for Theoretical Physics. People knew the principle of it.

When I was there, there was practically no equipment. I spoke to Rabi. A little earlier Felix asked Debye for comments on an idea he had, since it concerned improving an older paper of Debye's on the Compton Effect. The laboratory — down in a light well under a glass roof—was closed.

I mean a particle in that sense, a real particle. To me it served only as a stimulus to ideas. But you didn't consummate the second half.

Besides science he loved music, literature, nature, and particularly mountain climbing and skiing. I was young, and for the next year I knew what was going to happen to me, and one did not look too much into the future.

Journal Club meant, of course, that people should tell what they have read, what they read in the journals and tell it to others; but this of course happened often in Europe, too. I called them all by their first name, and the moment they didn't understand something they would ask and we would have discussion. I also remember that I still did not feel very good because the boat had been shaking and I had this peculiar feeling of land sickness. And then I knew anyway that I was going to go to Rome in the fall, so the summer went by very interestingly. I know the atmosphere generally was very informal. In this work he also calculates the specific heat and electrical resistance of metals. That's easy to say. And then Arnold and Anderson, two students of mine, did the first basic work, you may say, on alcohol particularly. In 1927, he studied with Werner Heisenberg at the University of Leipzig and received his doctorate degree the next year.

Well, of course, all the radio equipment had to be built. told him how much I appreciated and marveled at the depth, elegance, and beauty of his treatments of many fundamental problems in physics. That was Kusch. London A 371:24.

But I know that the neutron has. Now, I must say that for me Germany was out and I think I can safely say forever at that time. But we did even better than that. There were eleven grandchildren, all devoted to Lore and Felix. 50:259. So I spent half a year away. I would now like to make a few personal remarks.

We scraped together the last thousand dollars.

This illustrates how he worked things out for himself and how his work always had a very personal viewpoint. Once this paper was published, once you had completed the paper, was it clear then that your next piece of work would be to follow this up and to try first of all to do it and then to...? advice, Bloch followed him to Leipzig to start graduate work there with Werner Heisenberg, who had just been appointed professor of theoretical physics at the university. Rev. "Well," I said, "I don't know what's involved." 1935 With P. A. Ross.

That came right when I came back. I left Los Alamos and joined then a group at Harvard at the Radio Research Laboratory, which worked on defense against radar. No, in the spring of '32 I went back to Leipzig.

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By the time you got there it was well organized, though. Have you maintained contact in a policy-making or advisory position in any way? Gradually it grew as more people came, but it was always centered around the one man whom we invited. It's misleading then when one looks at your biography and your resume to assume the European contacts ceased, because here you were very close to Pauli in '35 and '37. It wasn't either. With R. I. Condit and H. H. Staub. He came here as an assistant. But at first there was this small nucleus... Oh, it was quite informal and quite private. We were also very young. The attendance was half a dozen people, all of whom were known. Nevertheless, I was happy at that time.

It was more a technicality. I mean my very strong feelings about what was going on in Germany he apparently did not quite understand. He is also a leader in the international clinical education movement, most notably as one of the founding members of … We had to build them, build them with our own hands. How did it affect one's university career? By the way, I was also in Europe in between several times. Fermi, of course, knew that I was going to America and I just accepted that as a fact. I'm sure we had other visitors here before. I told you, and, in fact, thought it was a good thing that the distinction between experiment and theory was not as sharp here as it was in Europe. Now, of course, that wasn't a great achievement, but nevertheless it was very exhilarating. There were also minor things. 64:47.

education: 1927 - ETH Zurich, 1928 - Leipzig University, awards: 1952 - Nobel Prize in Physics 1959 - Guggenheim Fellowship for Natural Sciences US & Canada, See the events in life of Felix Bloch in Chronological Order.

You wanted to do X-ray work, so you had to have X-rays. Some fundamental aspects of NMR. Professor Felix Bloch Professor in Physics Leonard Susskind is the Felix Bloch professor of Theoretical physics at Stanford University. This experiment remains to this day a celebrated example of a theorist turning experimental physicist, as Felix did. This work showed that the anomalously large cross sections for iron and nickel do not depend on their ferromagnetism, since cobalt, which is also ferromagnetic, has a normal cross section. we will not forget them. Then we had money, and could build strong magnets. Many of us do. I was in Paris I think after I was in Copenhagen. Leonard Susskind is the Felix Bloch Professor of Theoretical Physics at Stanford University, and Director of the Stanford Institute for Theoretical Physics. People knew the principle of it.

When I was there, there was practically no equipment. I spoke to Rabi. A little earlier Felix asked Debye for comments on an idea he had, since it concerned improving an older paper of Debye's on the Compton Effect. The laboratory — down in a light well under a glass roof—was closed.

I mean a particle in that sense, a real particle. To me it served only as a stimulus to ideas. But you didn't consummate the second half.

Besides science he loved music, literature, nature, and particularly mountain climbing and skiing. I was young, and for the next year I knew what was going to happen to me, and one did not look too much into the future.

Journal Club meant, of course, that people should tell what they have read, what they read in the journals and tell it to others; but this of course happened often in Europe, too. I called them all by their first name, and the moment they didn't understand something they would ask and we would have discussion. I also remember that I still did not feel very good because the boat had been shaking and I had this peculiar feeling of land sickness. And then I knew anyway that I was going to go to Rome in the fall, so the summer went by very interestingly. I know the atmosphere generally was very informal. In this work he also calculates the specific heat and electrical resistance of metals. That's easy to say. And then Arnold and Anderson, two students of mine, did the first basic work, you may say, on alcohol particularly. In 1927, he studied with Werner Heisenberg at the University of Leipzig and received his doctorate degree the next year.

Well, of course, all the radio equipment had to be built. told him how much I appreciated and marveled at the depth, elegance, and beauty of his treatments of many fundamental problems in physics. That was Kusch. London A 371:24.

But I know that the neutron has. Now, I must say that for me Germany was out and I think I can safely say forever at that time. But we did even better than that. There were eleven grandchildren, all devoted to Lore and Felix. 50:259. So I spent half a year away. I would now like to make a few personal remarks.

We scraped together the last thousand dollars.

This illustrates how he worked things out for himself and how his work always had a very personal viewpoint. Once this paper was published, once you had completed the paper, was it clear then that your next piece of work would be to follow this up and to try first of all to do it and then to...? advice, Bloch followed him to Leipzig to start graduate work there with Werner Heisenberg, who had just been appointed professor of theoretical physics at the university. Rev. "Well," I said, "I don't know what's involved." 1935 With P. A. Ross.

That came right when I came back. I left Los Alamos and joined then a group at Harvard at the Radio Research Laboratory, which worked on defense against radar. No, in the spring of '32 I went back to Leipzig.

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By the time you got there it was well organized, though. Have you maintained contact in a policy-making or advisory position in any way? Gradually it grew as more people came, but it was always centered around the one man whom we invited. It's misleading then when one looks at your biography and your resume to assume the European contacts ceased, because here you were very close to Pauli in '35 and '37. It wasn't either. With R. I. Condit and H. H. Staub. He came here as an assistant. But at first there was this small nucleus... Oh, it was quite informal and quite private. We were also very young. The attendance was half a dozen people, all of whom were known. Nevertheless, I was happy at that time.

It was more a technicality. I mean my very strong feelings about what was going on in Germany he apparently did not quite understand. He is also a leader in the international clinical education movement, most notably as one of the founding members of … We had to build them, build them with our own hands. How did it affect one's university career? By the way, I was also in Europe in between several times. Fermi, of course, knew that I was going to America and I just accepted that as a fact. I'm sure we had other visitors here before. I told you, and, in fact, thought it was a good thing that the distinction between experiment and theory was not as sharp here as it was in Europe. Now, of course, that wasn't a great achievement, but nevertheless it was very exhilarating. There were also minor things. 64:47.

education: 1927 - ETH Zurich, 1928 - Leipzig University, awards: 1952 - Nobel Prize in Physics 1959 - Guggenheim Fellowship for Natural Sciences US & Canada, See the events in life of Felix Bloch in Chronological Order.

You wanted to do X-ray work, so you had to have X-rays. Some fundamental aspects of NMR. Professor Felix Bloch Professor in Physics Leonard Susskind is the Felix Bloch professor of Theoretical physics at Stanford University. This experiment remains to this day a celebrated example of a theorist turning experimental physicist, as Felix did. This work showed that the anomalously large cross sections for iron and nickel do not depend on their ferromagnetism, since cobalt, which is also ferromagnetic, has a normal cross section. we will not forget them. Then we had money, and could build strong magnets. Many of us do. I was in Paris I think after I was in Copenhagen. Leonard Susskind is the Felix Bloch Professor of Theoretical Physics at Stanford University, and Director of the Stanford Institute for Theoretical Physics. People knew the principle of it.

When I was there, there was practically no equipment. I spoke to Rabi. A little earlier Felix asked Debye for comments on an idea he had, since it concerned improving an older paper of Debye's on the Compton Effect. The laboratory — down in a light well under a glass roof—was closed.

I mean a particle in that sense, a real particle. To me it served only as a stimulus to ideas. But you didn't consummate the second half.

Besides science he loved music, literature, nature, and particularly mountain climbing and skiing. I was young, and for the next year I knew what was going to happen to me, and one did not look too much into the future.

Journal Club meant, of course, that people should tell what they have read, what they read in the journals and tell it to others; but this of course happened often in Europe, too. I called them all by their first name, and the moment they didn't understand something they would ask and we would have discussion. I also remember that I still did not feel very good because the boat had been shaking and I had this peculiar feeling of land sickness. And then I knew anyway that I was going to go to Rome in the fall, so the summer went by very interestingly. I know the atmosphere generally was very informal. In this work he also calculates the specific heat and electrical resistance of metals. That's easy to say. And then Arnold and Anderson, two students of mine, did the first basic work, you may say, on alcohol particularly. In 1927, he studied with Werner Heisenberg at the University of Leipzig and received his doctorate degree the next year.

Well, of course, all the radio equipment had to be built. told him how much I appreciated and marveled at the depth, elegance, and beauty of his treatments of many fundamental problems in physics. That was Kusch. London A 371:24.

But I know that the neutron has. Now, I must say that for me Germany was out and I think I can safely say forever at that time. But we did even better than that. There were eleven grandchildren, all devoted to Lore and Felix. 50:259. So I spent half a year away. I would now like to make a few personal remarks.

We scraped together the last thousand dollars.

This illustrates how he worked things out for himself and how his work always had a very personal viewpoint. Once this paper was published, once you had completed the paper, was it clear then that your next piece of work would be to follow this up and to try first of all to do it and then to...? advice, Bloch followed him to Leipzig to start graduate work there with Werner Heisenberg, who had just been appointed professor of theoretical physics at the university. Rev. "Well," I said, "I don't know what's involved." 1935 With P. A. Ross.

That came right when I came back. I left Los Alamos and joined then a group at Harvard at the Radio Research Laboratory, which worked on defense against radar. No, in the spring of '32 I went back to Leipzig.

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