Harvard University Physics Department

Below is a list of in-print works in this collection, presented in series order or publication order as applicable.

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Cover: Particles in Our Air: Exposures and Health Effects

Particles in Our Air: Exposures and Health Effects

Spengler, John Daniel
Wilson, Richard

Generated by the use of fossil energy, respirable-sized particles pose a major threat to our environment and health. In this book the hypothesis that fossil fuels are the primary culprit is examined in detail, including the nature, generation, and transport of particulate air pollution.

Cover: A Brief History of the Harvard University Cyclotrons

A Brief History of the Harvard University Cyclotrons

Wilson, Richard

This book describes the work of the second Harvard cyclotron during its 50 years of operation and includes references to about 500 publications and 40 student theses from the work. In its first 20 years, the cyclotron’s primary use was for nuclear physics, particularly for understanding the interaction between two nucleons. During the next 30 years, the emphasis switched to treating patients with proton radiotherapy.

The Elephant in the Universe: Our Hundred-Year Search for Dark Matter, by Govert Schilling, with a Foreword by Avi Loeb, from Harvard University Press

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