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Guide to the William Webster Hansen Papers
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Hansen's professional and research papers include correspondence, manuscripts, research notebooks, lecture notes, unpublished studies and notes on various experiments and scientific developments such as radar, the rhumbatron, the klystron, radiation and microwave mechanics. Also included are Hansen's account of the development of the klystron tube, reports of the first linear accelerator at Stanford, his M.I.T. lectures on microwave physics, patents, scrapbooks, and photographs.
William Webster Hansen was Professor of Physics and Director of the Microwave Laboratory at Stanford University, 1929-1949.
7.5 Linear feet
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Collection is open for research; materials must be requested at least 24 hours in advance of intended use.