Kai Siegbahn receives applauds from Columbia University chemists and physicists

A convocation of Columbia University chemist and physicists applauds the 1976 Charles Frederick Chandler medalist, Professor Kai Siegbahn, head of the Institute of Physics at Uppsala University Sweden. The award, given by Columbia April 5 in ceremonies on the University's Morningside Heights campus, recognized Dr. Siegbahn's "pioneering development" of electron spectroscopy for chemical analysis -- ESCA. The Chandler medalist is the son of nuclear physicist Karl Manne Siegbahn, who received the Nobel Prize in 1924 for his work with X-ray spectroscopy., Credit Line: AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives, Physics Today Collection
Abstract/Description: A convocation of Columbia University chemist and physicists applauds the 1976 Charles Frederick Chandler medalist, Professor Kai Siegbahn, head of the Institute of Physics at Uppsala University Sweden. The award, given by Columbia April 5 in ceremonies on the University's Morningside Heights campus, recognized Dr. Siegbahn's "pioneering development" of electron spectroscopy for chemical analysis -- ESCA. The Chandler medalist is the son of nuclear physicist Karl Manne Siegbahn, who received the Nobel Prize in 1924 for his work with X-ray spectroscopy.
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Siegbahn, Kai, 1918-2007
Credit Line: AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives, Physics Today Collection
Catalog ID: Siegbahn Kai D1