George Rado points to part of the apparatus designed for measuring exchange interaction forces in ferromagnetic resonance

Recipient of the 1957 pure science award of the Naval Research Laboratory Branch of the Scientific Research Society of America (RESA) was Dr. George T. Rado for his pioneering research which enhanced the understanding of ferromagnetism at very high frequencies.  Dr. Rado points to part of the apparatus designed for measuring exchange interaction forces in ferromagnetic resonance., Credit Line: Official U.S. Navy Photograph, courtesy of AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives
Abstract/Description: Recipient of the 1957 pure science award of the Naval Research Laboratory Branch of the Scientific Research Society of America (RESA) was Dr. George T. Rado for his pioneering research which enhanced the understanding of ferromagnetism at very high frequencies. Dr. Rado points to part of the apparatus designed for measuring exchange interaction forces in ferromagnetic resonance.
Subject(s): Equipment and supplies
Rado, George T. (George Tibor), 1917-
Date Created: June 1957
Credit Line: Official U.S. Navy Photograph, courtesy of AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives
Catalog ID: Rado George F1