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Guide to the Larry Spruch Papers MC 209

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Collection processed by Alex Starace and revised by Norma Chaires. Inventory prepared by Catriona Schlosser and Celeste Brewer. Additional description by Celeste Brewer.

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Creator: Spruch, Larry
Title: Larry Spruch Papers
Dates [inclusive]: 1943-2005
Dates [bulk]: Bulk, 1950-2002
Abstract: The Larry Spruch Papers document the teaching and research activities of theoretical physicist and New York University professor Larry Spruch (1923-2006). Spruch taught physics at NYU from 1950 until his retirement in 1994. He is best known for his developments in scattering theory, investigations of Casimir forces, and contributions to the problem of determining necessary conditions for the existence of bound states.
Quantity: 49.0 linear feet
Location: The collection is stored offsite. Please contact the repository for access.
Language of Materials: The vast majority of the materials in the collection are in English. However, certain publications in Series IV: Subseries B are in Russian, German, and French.
Call Phrase: MC 209