Dr. Roland R. Tileston prepares to lecture, Claremont, 1925
- Dr. Roland R. Tileston prepares to lecture, Claremont, 1925
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- December 1925
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Dr. Tileston adjusts a cubic structure on a stool.
Dr. Roland Tileston, head of the department of physics, Pomona College, and the laboratory apparatus used in the lecture. In front of him are "models" of atoms of oxygen, nitrogen and carbon. Behind him on the table are Crookes tubes in which electrons are made to do acrobatic stunts. Above on the wire are Geissler tubes in which electrons announce themselves in colors. In the right-hand corner are models of crystals.
Similar photograph appears with the article, "Science Makes Atoms Cavort," Los Angeles Times, 09 Dec 1925: A8.
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