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James Franck grad student 1914 Universität Berlin
 (Die experimentelle Bestimmung der Verdampfungswärme einiger Metalle)

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Louis Rigsby Maxwell grad student 1927 UMN
Walter Houser Brattain grad student 1929 UMN
Sigmund I. Hammer grad student 1929 UMN
Walker Bleakney grad student 1930 UMN
Alfred O.C. Nier grad student 1936 UMN
Polykarp Kusch post-doc 1936-1937 UMN
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Hagstrum HD, Tate JT. (1941) On the thermal activation of the oxygen molecule Physical Review. 59: 509-513
Hagstrum HD, Tate JT. (1941) Ionization and dissociation of diatomic molecules by electron impact Physical Review. 59: 354-370
Mann MM, Hustrulid A, Tate JT. (1940) The ionization and dissociation of water vapor and ammonia by electron impact Physical Review. 58: 340-347
Hustrulid A, Kusch P, Tate JT. (1938) The dissociation of benzene (C6H6), pyridine (C5H5N) and cyclohexane (C6H12) by electron impact Physical Review. 54: 1037-1044
Kusch P, Hustrulid A, Tate JT. (1937) The dissociation of HCN, C2H2, C2N2 and C2H4 by electron impact Physical Review. 52: 843-854
Kusch P, Hustrulid A, Tate JT. (1937) Dissociation processes produced in SbCl3, AsCl3 and PCl3 by electron impact Physical Review. 52: 840-842
Williams JH, Wells WH, Tate JT, et al. (1937) A resonance process in the disintegration of boron by protons Physical Review. 51: 434-438
Tate JT, Smith PT, Vaughan AL. (1935) A mass spectrum analysis of the products of ionization by electron impact in nitrogen, acetylene, nitric oxide, cyanogen and carbon monoxide Physical Review. 48: 525-531
Tate JT, Smith PT. (1934) Ionization potentials and probabilities for the formation of multiply charged ions in the alkali vapors and in krypton and xenon Physical Review. 46: 773-776
Tate JT, Smith PT. (1933) An attempt to observe a helium isotope [4] Physical Review. 43: 672
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