Edward Wolf was at Cavendish Laboratory and Kodak Research Laboratories before going to Iowa in 1975

Edward L. Wolf (Res. Assoc. '65, Res. Asst. Prof. '66) was at Cavendish Laboratory and Kodak Research Laboratories before going to Iowa in 1975. Wolf said, 'The questions 'What are the key properties of metallic compound that will lead to higher superconducting transition temperature?' and 'How can we predict and form materials with these properties?' set the stage for our developing experimental program in electron tunneling spectroscopy and modern suface physics.', Credit Line: Iowa State University, Department of Physics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, courtesy of  AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives
Abstract/Description: Edward L. Wolf (Res. Assoc. '65, Res. Asst. Prof. '66) was at Cavendish Laboratory and Kodak Research Laboratories before going to Iowa in 1975. Wolf said, 'The questions 'What are the key properties of metallic compound that will lead to higher superconducting transition temperature?' and 'How can we predict and form materials with these properties?' set the stage for our developing experimental program in electron tunneling spectroscopy and modern suface physics.'
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Wolf, Edward Lincoln
Date Created: circa 1981
Credit Line: Iowa State University, Department of Physics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, courtesy of AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives
Catalog ID: Wolf Edward F1