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  • Creator is exactly "Carl "Rod" Nave"

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Rod teaching the Physics of Music and Speech in 526 Kell Hall. [Description from Rod Nave's personal photograph website]

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Dave Wingert in classroom 519 Kell Hall. [Description from Rod Nave's personal photograph website]

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Rod in his office, 514B Kell Hall, which he occupied from 1968 until about 1990 when he moved to an office in the Science Annex which adjoins the Natural Science Center. In 1991 he opened a teaching laboratory in 222 NSC, developed with a grant based…

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Rod is adjusting the temperature-control system that lets us control the temperature of the crystal sample in this ESR spectrometer. This is in Bill Nelson's lab and Rod did research on the radiation damage to some biologically related molecules and…

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Rod adjusts the microwave frequency electronics for detecting the electron spin resonance signals. The dewar flask hanging over the magnet behind him is to allow data collection as low as liquid nitrogen temperature. The crystal samples are…

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Rod preparing to mount a crystal sample in the field of the large magnet. Rod did several years of ESR (electron spin resonance) research after he shut down the microwave spectroscopy lab. This is in Joe Hadley's primary research area. [Description…

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Jim Purcell in laboratory 516 Kell Hall. [Description from Rod Nave's personal photograph website]

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L-R: Gus Petitt, Bill Mallard, Frank Hsu, Rod Nave, Jim Purcell, Martin Meder, Dave Wingert, Bill Nelson, Dick Miller, Steve Manson, Bob Hankla, Hal McAlister, Joe Hadley, Kathy Duggleby. [Description from Rod Nave's personal photograph website]

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Bill Nelson mounting a crystal for ESR studies. [Description from Rod Nave's personal photograph website]

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Bill Mallard making an explanation to a student. [Description from Rod Nave's personal photograph website]

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Jim Purcell and Martin Meder at the board in Martin's office. Rod Nave doesn't see how they can make anything out of what's on the board. [Description from Rod Nave's personal photograph website]

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Hal McAlister with optical bench and electronics - maybe part of an interferometer? His interferometers got a lot bigger! [Description from Rod Nave's personal photograph website]

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Gus Petitt getting a little help setting up a piece of nuclear instrumentation. [Description from Rod Nave's personal photograph website]

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Three graduate students of that time: Doug Garland, Kevin Carpenter and Chuck Antoine. Doug was working with Rod Nave on a Master's thesis project in acoustics. [Description from Rod Nave's personal photograph website]

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Frank Hsu with nuclear instrumentation in his laboratory [Description from Rod Nave's personal photograph website]

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Joe Hadley and Dick Miller in Joe's office [Description from Rod Nave's personal photograph website]

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Phil Outlaw with X-ray unit. The X-ray machine is shown with the precession camera mounted. Precession photographs confirmed that we had a single crystal and allowed us to allign crystals of organic solids with respect to their crystallographic…

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Graduate student with nuclear instrumentation. [Description from Rod Nave's personal photograph website]

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Rod Nave with microwave spectrometer [Description from Rod Nave's personal photograph website]

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Martin Meder with nuclear instrumentation [Description from Rod Nave's personal photograph website]
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