Nobel Prize Winning Work on Neutrons
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 19 Jan 1995, p. 501-510
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Nobel Prize Winning Work on Neutrons

Some personal reminiscences. Neutron physics. The study of the neutron itself as an object. The use of the neutron. Neutron spectroscopy. A brief history of the modern era of neutron scattering. What neutrons do. How neutron spectroscopy works. Confidence as one of the chief products of experimentation. Scientific results as by-products of endeavours which have other objects in view.