A Conversation with Jack H Freed

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Jack H Freed, the Frank and Robert Laughlin Professor of Physical Chemistry in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, describes his experiences in his early years, including his education, leading to his interest in chemistry, and in particular, physical chemistry. He describes how these interests developed into his activities in the field of electron-spin-resonance (ESR) over the past 50 years at Cornell, wherein he and his co-workers have laid the foundation of modern ESR, both theoretical and experimental, and its applications in chemistry and biophysics. The interview was conducted by colleague and collaborator, Professor Brian Crane. Running time: 98 minutes.

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2012-11-13
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Internet-First University Press
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Jack H Freed; Brian Crane; Interview; Physical Chemistry; Electron Spin Resonance
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