E. Ambler

Experimental Test of Parity Conservation in Beta Decay

C. S. Wu, E. Ambler, R. W. Hayward, D. D. Hoppes, and R. P. Hudson
Jan 15 1957
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Wu’s famous experiment that confirms Lee-Yang suggestion

Further Experiments on β Decay of Polarized Nuclei*

E. AMBLER, R. W. HAYWARD, D. D. HOPPE, R. P. HUDSON, AND C. S. WU
Physical Review
Apr 29 1957
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These results were reported at the New York Meeting of the American Physical Society of February 2, 1957 (C. S. Wu, post-deadline paper).
Positive R-R citation

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Unfortunately this term for Co" is rather small, the upper limit' for its contribution to P being only 2X (28/137) X (1/K3) =0.24.

A Unique Institution: The National Bureau of Standards 1950-1969

Elio Passaglia with Karma A. Beal
NIST Special Publication 925
Jan 1 1999
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Among the division's various programs, the best known in the scientific world was its program in low-temperature physics. The Bureau had been involved in cryogenic research since 1904 when it obtained a hydrogen liquefier, but it was not until 1948, when it obtained a helium liquefier, that low-temperature physics research began in earnest. Built up by Brickwedde and supported by Condon, the low-temperature physics laboratory became one of the best in the world. It attracted a number of outstanding scientists.

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