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GRC "Dielectric Phenomena" 1966

29 Aug 1966 to 2 Sep 1966
Colby Junior College, New London, New Hampshire
Robert H. Cole, Brown University
Arthur Maryott, National Bureau of Standards

Monday, August 29

“Induction Effects in Optical Spectra”,

H. L. Welsh, University of Toronto, Canada

“Theory of Pressure Induced Absorption Spectra”,

J. van Kranendonk, University of Toronto

“Dielectric Loss in Nonpolar Gases, High Pressures, and Temperatures”,

Patrick Thaddeus, Institute for Space Studies, University of Toronto, Canada

“Collision Induced Line Shapes in Gases”,

G. Birnbaum, North American Aviation Science Center

“Two and Three Body Collision Times in Carbon Dioxide Collisions”,

H. B. Levine, North American Aviation Science Center

“Pressure Induced Polarization in Gases”,

R. H. Orcutt, and H. Sutter, Brown University

Tuesday, August 30

“Nuclear Relaxation in Fluids”,

Irwin Oppenheim, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

“Molecular Collisions and Dielectric Relaxation”,

R. G. Gordon, Harvard University

“Theory of Relaxation of Coupled Systems”,

R. L. Peterson, National Bureau of Standards

“Low-Lying Energy States in Parelectric Materials”,

R. O. Pohl, Cornell University

“Quantum Effects in the Orientation Polarization of Impurity Centers in Ionic Clusters”,

H. S. Sack, Cornell University

Wednesday, August 31

“The Low Temperature Dielectric Behavior of Impurity Ions in Potassium Chloride”,

H. R. Hart, Jr. and S. Roberts, General Electric Research Laboratory

“Quantum Theory of the Dielectric Tensor for Insulators”,

R. M. Wilcox, National Bureau of Standards

“Infrared Dielectric Properties of Phonons and Electrons in Crystals”,

A. S. Barker, Jr., Bell Telephone Laboratories.

“Dielectric Absorption and Crystal Defects”,

J. S. Dryden, C. S. I. R. O., Australia

“Dielectric Behavior of Water in Solids”,

D. W. Davidson, National Research Council, Canada

Thursday, September 1

“Millimeter-Wave Ellipsometric Measurements of the Complex Dielectric Constants of Solids and Liquids”,

W. S. Lovell, National Bureau of Standards

“Far Infrared Measurements on Dielectric Properties”,

John Chamberlain, National Physical Laboratory

“Microwave Relaxation in Molecular Solvents”,

C. Brot, C. N. R. S., France

“Dielectric Properties of Clathrates, Zeolites, and Polystyrene Matrices”,

M. Davies, University of Wales, United Kingdom

“Relaxation Processes in Polymers”,

D. McCall, Bell Telephone Laboratories

Friday, September 2

“The Effect of Pressure on the Dipole Relaxations in Amorphous Polymers”,

Graham Williams, National Physical Laboratory, England

“The Contribution of D. C. Step-Response Measurements to Dielectric Studies on Polymers”,

W. Reddish, ICI Plastics Division

“Measurement of Dielectric Constant and Loss Tangent at Frequencies from 0.001 Hz to 1 KHz”,

W. P. Harris, National Bureau of Standards

  1. Ralph Nelson
  2. Donald McQuarrie
  3. Don R. Johnston
  4. Laird D. Schearer
  5. John Lauritzen
  6. Paul Baker
  7. John Hoffman
  8. Ralph Wilcox
  9. Carmen Wilcox
  10. George Tanton
  11. R. M. Fuoss
  12. Joel Gersten
  13. F. I. Mopsik
  14. Charles Pine
  15. James Hawthorne
  16. H. Vaughn Samuelson
  17. John Winslow
  18. Shmuel Weiss
  19. John Berberian
  20. C. G. Malmberg
  21. R. M. Walsh
  22. S. Roberts
  23. Robert Holmes
  24. John Zimmerman
  25. D. W. Davidson
  26. R. O. Pohl
  27. P. Thaddeus
  28. H. S. Sack
  29. R. D. McCammon
  30. Richard Work
  31. Irwin Brockman
  32. Worth Vaughan
  33. Gordon L. Link
  34. John Devins
  35. S. K. Garg
  36. A. R. Salzman
  37. W. Reddish
  38. Herbert Pohl
  39. M. Davies
  40. Robert Peterson
  41. L. Frenkel
  42. Herbert Sutter
  43. D. J. Denney
  44. G. Williams
  45. David McCall
  46. William Harris
  47. Howard R. Hart
  48. George Birnbaum
  49. H. L. Welsh
  50. William Lovell
  51. John Chamberlain
  52. H. B. Levine
  53. Roy Gordon
  54. J. Van Kranendonk
  55. A. A. Maryott
  56. Robert Cole
  57. A. S. Barker
  58. Stuart Dryden
  59. Irwin Oppenheim