Robert Beringer, US physicist

Robert Beringer, US physicist

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Credit: EMILIO SEGRE VISUAL ARCHIVES, PHYSICS TODAY COLLECTION/AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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Caption: Edward Robert Beringer (1917-2000), US physicist. Beringer's graduate studies, done at Yale in the opening years of World War II, were on the new field of microwave spectroscopy. He then did wartime research on radar at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. After the war, at Yale, he worked on the microwave absorption spectra of paramagnetic gases and the fundamental measurement of the electron spin magnetic moment in atomic hydrogen. In 1958, Beringer helped to establish Yale's Heavy Ion Linear Accelerator Laboratory (HILAC). Beringer was also renowned as a teacher, and in 1997 he received Yale's DeVane Medal for distinguished scholarship and teaching.

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