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Guide to the Fu Chun Yu Lab Notebooks
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Collection consists of three notebooks (in facsimile) kept by Fu Chun Yu while he was a post-doc in Prof. Felix Bloch's NMR laboratory at Stanford; they cover Yu's work with Warren Proctor that lead to a realization of the chemical shift in molecules.
Fu Chun Yu, born in Shanghai in 1914, graduated from Peking University in 1936. He came to the United States in 1946 and received his PhD from Ohio State University in 1949; he then came to Stanford to work with physicist Felix Bloch. Yu returned to China in 1951, where he continued his career as professor of physics.
0.25 Linear feet
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