George E. Pake

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Washington University, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO 
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Herbert S. Gutowsky collaborator 1948 Harvard (Chemistry Tree)
 (Using Pake’s apparatus in the basement of the Lyman physics lab at Harvard Gutowsky and Pake showed how nuclear magnetic resonance made it possible to study the structure and motion of molecules in solids.)
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Pake GE. (1993) Nuclear magnetic resonance in bulk matter Physics Today. 46: 46-50
Bloembergen N, Patel CKN, Avizonis P, et al. (1987) Report to the American Physical Society of the study group on science and technology of directed energy weapons Reviews of Modern Physics. 59: S1-S201
Pake GE. (1985) RESEARCH AT XEROX PARC: A FOUNDER'S ASSESSMENT Ieee Spectrum. 22: 54-61
Pake GE. (1982) Universities' obsolete instrumentation Physics Today. 35: 88
Pake GE. (1981) Industry-university interactions Physics Today. 34: 44-48
Pake GE. (1978) The APS in 1977: Public service in an era of limited growth Physics Today. 31: 23-30
Pake GE, Duffey GH. (1974) Bread Shortage in the Nation'S Breadbasket? Physics Today. 42: 154-155
Pake GE. (1971) Whither United States universities? Science (New York, N.Y.). 172: 908-16
Cooper WE, Mcnall SG, Pake GE. (1971) Experimental manipulations of natural systems Science. 174: 80
Pake GE. (1971) Hither the university [4] Science. 174: 9
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