Minneapolis, MN: The Physical Review, 1932. Hardcover. First Edition. vi, 1078 pp. 8vo. Black cloth spine with gold titling to spine, call number in small round label at base, marbled boards. Ex-library stamp on title page from the University of Berlin wich includes the Nazi swastika and eagle in the design. Interior quite clean. Very Good.
Lawrence describes the development of the cyclotron.
This volume also contains: “Hydrogen Isotope of Mass 2 and Its Concentration” By Harold Urey (Physical Review; Volume 40 No. 1, pp. 1–15, 1932); “Relative Abundance of Hydrogen Isotopes in Natural Hydrogen” by Charles Bradley and Harold Urey (Physical Review; 40 No. 6, pp. 889–890); “Cosmic-Ray Energies and Their Bearing on the Photon and Neutron Hypotheses” by Robert A. Millikan and Carl D. Anderson (Physical Review; Volume 40 No. 3, pp. 325-328); “Double Stern–Gerlach Experiment and Related Collision Phenomena” by Nathan Rosen and Clarence Zener (Physical Review 40 pp. 502–507).