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PHILIP W. ANDERSON - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 281080

PHILIP W. ANDERSONThe 1977 Nobel Prize-winner in Physics signed this card Signature: "Philip W./Anderson", 5x3 index card. Harvard-educated Philip Anderson (born 1923)conducted research in physics at Bell Labs from 1949-1989.

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PHILIP W. ANDERSONThe 1977 Nobel Prize-winner in Physics signed this card Signature: "Philip W./Anderson", 5x3 index card. Harvard-educated Philip Anderson (born 1923)conducted research in physics at Bell Labs from 1949-1989. He carried out research into quantum theory, especially theoretical physics, of solid, magnetism, superconductivity and superfluidity. This research won him a share of the Nobel Prize alongside John van Vleck and Neville Mott. Their fundamental theoretical investigation of the electronic structure of magnetic and disordered systems shed light on the properties of semiconductors. His books include Concepts in Solids (1963) and A Career in Theoretical Physics (1994). Fine condition.

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