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Rudolf Ladenburg grad student 1940 Princeton
 (On the Angular Distribution of Fast Neutrons Scattered by Hydrogen, Deuterium and Helium)

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Robert Kemp Adair grad student 1951 UW Madison
Charles Kincaid Bockelman grad student 1951 UW Madison
Daniel Weber Miller grad student 1951 UW Madison
Sperry Eugene Darden grad student 1955 UW Madison
David Bruce Fossan grad student 1961 UW Madison
Walter Benenson grad student 1962 UW Madison
Steven M. Grimes grad student 1968 UW Madison (Astronomy Tree)
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Chadwick MB, Barschall HH, Caswell RS, et al. (1999) A consistent set of neutron kerma coefficients from thermal to 150 MeV for biologically important materials. Medical Physics. 26: 974-91
Chadwick MB, Jones DT, Barschall HH, et al. (1999) Nuclear data for radiotherapy: presentation of a new ICRU report and IAEA initiatives. Strahlentherapie Und Onkologie : Organ Der Deutschen RöNtgengesellschaft ... [Et Al]. 175: 26-9
Barschall HH. (1999) Reminiscences Physics in Perspective. 1: 390-444
Barschall HH. (1992) Electronic version of printed journals Serials Review. 18: 49-51
Barschall HH, Haeberli W. (1992) Conference proceedings in physics College and Research Libraries. 53: 563-566
Barschall HH. (1989) Cost-Effectiveness of Physics Journals Physics Today. 42: 15-154
De Luca PM, Barschall HH, Hartmann CL, et al. (1989) Corrections to kerma factor measurements made by integral techniques Nuclear Inst. and Methods in Physics Research, B. 40: 1279-1281
Barschall HH. (1988) The Cost-Effectiveness of Physics Journals Physics Today. 41: 56-59
DeLuca PM, Barschall HH, Sun Y, et al. (1988) Kerma factors of oxygen, aluminium, and silicon for 15 to 20 MeV neutrons Radiation Protection Dosimetry. 23: 27-30
Barschall HH. (1987) Reminiscences of the early days of fission Physics Today. 40: 27-32
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