H06-1615.10. Toevs, James W. (1942- ). Papers, 1970. 0.25 linear ft.
James Waldo Toevs received a B.S. in Engineering Physics from the University of Colorado in 1964 and a Ph.D. in Nuclear Astrophysics from California Institute of Technology in 1970, and served as an assistant professor (1970-1973) and associate professor (1973-ca. 1975) of physics at Hope College. His area of research included particle accelerators, astrophysical particle-capture, and nuclear reactions that generate energy in stars. The collection includes his published articles, biographical information, and his 1970 California Institute of Technology doctoral thesis “The 16 O (a,r) 20 Ne and 28 Si (a,r) 32 S Reactions at Low Energies.” His personnel file is RESTRICTED.
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