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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1964-1965-349

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liv Annual Report department of physics Number of Students Sc General Ancillary Physics Sc Special Postgraduate COMBSOudf 121 67 93 25 Total 306 First Degree Sc Special st Class Honours 2nd Class Honours Upper Division 2nd Class Honours Lower Division 10 rd Class Honours Higher Degree Sc Bean 'Characteristic variation with distance of the electric field changes due to thundercloud discharges Departmental Notes Professor Domb was visiting professor at the Weizmann Institute Rehovoth for the period March September and Dr Alexandrowicz from this Institute was visitor in the department for the year Dr Burge was away during the session at the University of Manitoba where as visiting professor he was concerned with work on the ex- traction of protons from the 50-MeV sector-focused cyclotron and was actively engaged in departmental teaching Dr Marjorie M'Ewen retired at the end of the session owing to ill-health after career at King's which was notable for the high standards she set in the teaching of Physics and for her great interest in student welfare With the removal of Biophysics to new premises in October 1963 the Physics department looks forward to some alleviation of the present accommodation difficulties Research The spectroscopy group under the direction of Professor Price is pursuing programme of spectroscopic studies of solid and gaseous state phenomena Advances in experimental and theoreti-
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