William Francis Giauque

Affiliations: 
University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
Area:
Physical chemistry, chemical thermodynamics
Website:
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(1895 - 1982)
http://www.nasonline.org/member-directory/deceased-members/20001833.html
https://history.aip.org/phn/11511003.html
https://www.nap.edu/read/5193/chapter/5
DOI: 10.1021/ja01654a014
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1949 was awarded to William F. Giauque "for his contributions in the field of chemical thermodynamics, particularly concerning the behaviour of substances at extremely low temperatures".

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George Ernest Gibson grad student 1922 UC Berkeley
 (The third law of thermodynamics; evidence from the specific heats of glycerol that the entropy of a glass exceeds that of a crystal at the absolute zero.)

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Herrick L. Johnston grad student 1928 UC Berkeley
Roy Overstreet grad student 1936 UC Berkeley (Physics Tree)
Clark C. Stephenson grad student 1936 UC Berkeley
Theodore H. Geballe grad student 1949 UC Berkeley
James Michael Whelan grad student 1952 UC Berkeley (E-Tree)
David A. Shirley grad student 1959 UC Berkeley
Ian Robertson Bartky grad student 1962 UC Berkeley (Astronomy Tree)
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Fisher RA, Brodale GE, Hornung EW, et al. (1978) Magnetothermodynamics of Nd(C2H5SO4) 3·9H2O. IV. Determination of absolute temperature scales and other properties below 0.5°K with constant magnetic fields along the a crystal axis The Journal of Chemical Physics. 68: 169-184
Fisher RA, Hornung EW, Brodale GE, et al. (1978) Magnetothermodynamics of antiferromagnetic, polarized ferroelectric, ferroelastic β-Gd2(MoO4)3. V. Thermodynamic temperature and other properties with heat introduction below 0.5°K. Fields to 5 kG along the b crystal axis The Journal of Chemical Physics. 69: 2892-2900
Giauque WF, Fisher RA. (1977) A basic thermodynamic method of determining absolute temperatures by utilizing the maximum entropy of electronic multiplets near liquid helium temperatures The Journal of Chemical Physics. 66: 5001-5004
Fisher RA, Hornung EW, Brodale GE, et al. (1976) Magnetothermodynamics of Nd(C2H5SO4) 3·9H2O. II. Determination of absolute temperature scales and other properties below 0.50°K with constant fields along the c axis The Journal of Chemical Physics. 65: 4724-4738
Fisher RA, Brodale GE, Hornung EW, et al. (1976) Magnetothermodynamics of Nd(C2H5SO4) 3·9H2O. III. Heat capacity, entropy, magnetic moment from 0.5 to 4.2°K with fields to 90 kG along the a crystal axis The Journal of Chemical Physics. 66: 2678-2689
Fisher RA, Hornung EW, Brodale GE, et al. (1975) Magnetothermodynamics of Ce2Zn3(NO3) 12·24H2O. II. Determination of absolute temperature and other thermodynamic properties of CZN to 0.80 m 0.80 m °K The Journal of Chemical Physics. 62: 555-572
Fisher RA, Brodale GE, Hornung EW, et al. (1975) Magnetothermodynamics of single crystal CuSO4·5H 2O. VI. Properties below 0.5°K by heat introduction with constant fields to 33 kG along the γ axis. The initial T5 dependence of entropy and heat capacity for dipole-dipole magnetic interactions The Journal of Chemical Physics. 63: 4817-4830
Giauque WF, Fisher RA, Hornung EW, et al. (1975) Magnetothermodynamics of Nd(C2H5SO4) 3·9H2O. I. Heat capacity, entropy, magnetic moment from 0.5 to 4.2° K with fields to 90 kG along the c crystal axis The Journal of Chemical Physics. 64: 3330-3343
Brodale GE, Hornung EW, Fisher RA, et al. (1975) Magnetothermodynamics of gadolinium gallium garnet. III. Heat capacity, entropy, magnetic moment from 0.5 to 4.2°K, with fields to 90 kG along the [110] axis The Journal of Chemical Physics. 62: 4041-4049
Fisher RA, Hornung EW, Brodale GE, et al. (1975) Magnetothermodynamics of ferroelectric, ferroelastic, antiferromagnetic β-terbium molybdate. I. Heat capacity, entropy, magnetic moment of the electrically polarized form from 0.4 to 4.2 °K with fields to 90 kG along the c crystal axis The Journal of Chemical Physics. 63: 1295-1308
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