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Davisson

Clinton Joseph. 1881--1958, US physicist, noted for his discovery of electron diffraction; shared the Nobel prize for physics in 1937
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Mike Davisson, distributed materials engineering manager for Agilent Technologies, points out that ball grid array (BGA) components are of particular concern.
The Vibrant Cities Lab is a valuable resource for all professionals who are charged with planning for and managing the green infrastructure of our nation's cities and towns," says Davisson.
Davisson and Sally [9] described a model study, which was a part of a comprehensive pile-testing program.
Author Zack Davisson shares his lifelong fascination with Japanese folklore about these (often female) vengeful spirits.
Davisson - Katherine Rose Davisson, 72, of Jasper, died Nov.
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS, Brett Ratner, James Packer, Jennifer Davisson, David Kanter, Markus Barmettler, Philip Lee, Jake Myers.
The co-authors of the resolution were Representatives Charlie Brown, Steve Davisson, Patrick Bauer, and Justin Moed.
Muriel Davisson of the Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor, Maine, whom Dr.
Thomson went on to win the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1937 with the American scientist CJ Davisson, who made the same discovery with a different kind of experiment.
Saturday Salon: Bringing Community and Conversation Back Into Our Lives" discusses the fall of conversation in our lives and how to bring it back into vogue, as Valerie Davisson suggests good conversation topics, and how break the complacency of TV viewing and internet use, and families never dining together anymore.
William Davisson (Agriculture and Farm Credit) recently retired after 12 years as CEO of GROWMARK Inc.
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