Alfred Clarence Redfield

Biology Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Marine Biology
"Alfred Clarence Redfield"

(1890 - 1983)

Mean distance: 10.67
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George H. Parker grad student 1917 Harvard (Neurotree)
 (The Physiology of the Melanophores of the Horned Toad)


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John Tileston Edsall research assistant 1923-1924 Harvard
John Peleg Barlow grad student 1953 Harvard (Oceanography Tree)
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Redfield AC, Zangwill A. (1992) Attractive interactions between steps. Physical Review. B, Condensed Matter. 46: 4289-4291
Bales GS, Redfield AC, Zangwill A. (1989) Growth dynamics of chemical vapor deposition. Physical Review Letters. 62: 776-779
Zangwill A, Redfield AC. (1988) Structural selectivity in aluminium-transition-metal alloys Journal of Physics F: Metal Physics. 18: 1-14
Redfield AC, Zangwill A. (1988) Stoichiometric selectivity in mackay icosahedra Philosophical Magazine Letters. 57: 255-259
Redfield AC, Zangwill A. (1987) Energetics of icosahedral phase stability in metallic alloys. Physical Review Letters. 58: 2322-2324
Redfield AC, Dow JD. (1987) Theory of Raman spectra of correlated substitutional alloys Solid State Communications. 64: 431-434
Redfield AC, Zangwill AM. (1986) Stacking sequences in close-packed metallic superlattices. Physical Review. B, Condensed Matter. 34: 1378-1380
Redfield AC, Bowen MA, Newman KE, et al. (1983) Surface states of metastable (GaAs)1-xGe2x alloys Solid State Communications. 46: 371-373
Redfield AC. (1982) Multiple derivative terms in phenomenological lagrangians Physics Letters B. 109: 311-313
Waelder S, Lee L, Redfield AG. (1975) Letter: Nuclear magnetic resonance studies of exchangeable protons. I. Fourier transform saturation-recovery and transfer of saturation of the tryptophan indole nitrogen proton. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 97: 2927-8
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