Clifford G. Shull
|Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States|
The Nobel Prize in Physics 1994 was awarded "for pioneering contributions to the development of neutron scattering techniques for studies of condensed matter" jointly with one half to Bertram N. Brockhouse "for the development of neutron spectroscopy" and with one half to Clifford G. Shull "for the development of the neutron diffraction technique".
"Shull described the environment in which he performed his Ph.D. research in the acknowledgements of his (unpublished) thesis, which was entitled ‘‘Double Scattering of Electrons as a Search for Electron Polarization’’:
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|Stassis C, Shull CG. (1972) Neutron-diffraction study of the Kondo effect in Cu-Fe Physical Review B. 5: 1040-1047|
|Stassis C, Shull CG. (1970) Neutron diffraction study of the Kondo effect in Cu-Fe Journal of Applied Physics. 41: 1146-1147|
|Wang SP, Shull CG, Phillips WC. (1962) Photography of neutron diffraction patterns Review of Scientific Instruments. 33: 126-128|
|Wilkinson MK, Shull CG, Roberts LD, et al. (1955) Neutron Diffraction Observations on the Superconducting State Physical Review. 97: 889-891|
|Shull CG, Chase CT, Myers FE. (1943) Electron polarization Physical Review. 63: 29-37|
|Myers FE, Huntoon RD, Shull CG, et al. (1939) Search for a short range group of protons in the D - D reaction Physical Review. 56: 1104-1106|