David Shoenberg

Affiliations: 
Physics University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
low-temperature physics
Website:
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/obituaries/professor-david-shoenberg-549628.html
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A. Brian Pippard grad student 1947 Cambridge
E. Raymond Andrew grad student 1948 Cambridge
Archibald Cameron Hollis-Hallett grad student 1951 Cambridge
Akshayananda Bose post-doc 1956-1957 Cambridge (Chemistry Tree)
Lars Onsager research scientist 1951-1952 Cambridge (Chemistry Tree)
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Shoenberg D. (1988) Theory of the de Haas-van Alphen effect Journal of Physics F: Metal Physics. 18: 49-61
Shoenberg D. (1984) Magnetization of a two-dimensional electron gas Journal of Low Temperature Physics. 56: 417-440
Shoenberg D. (1979) Magnetic oscillations, Fermi surfaces and high magnetic fields Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials. 11: 216-220
Bibby WM, Coleridge PT, Cooper NS, et al. (1979) Curvature factors for the noble metals Journal of Low Temperature Physics. 34: 681-694
Bibby WM, Shoenberg D. (1979) Spin properties of conduction electrons in the noble metals Journal of Low Temperature Physics. 34: 659-680
Knecht B, Lonzarich GG, Perz JM, et al. (1977) Eddy currents in magnetic measurements Journal of Low Temperature Physics. 29: 499-531
Shoenberg D. (1976) Magnetic interaction and phase smearing Journal of Low Temperature Physics. 25: 755-769
Perz JM, Shoenberg D. (1976) Spin properties of conduction electrons in sodium Journal of Low Temperature Physics. 25: 275-297
McClure JW, Shoenberg D. (1976) Magnetic properties of bismuth at high fields Journal of Low Temperature Physics. 22: 233-255
Roeland LW, Cock GJ, Muller FA, et al. (1975) Nonlinear magnetization of bismuth single crystals in high magnetic fields Physica B+C. 79: 95-101
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