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2: The Magnetic Proton by O. R. FRISCH , F.R.S.
Jacksonian Professor of Physics University of Cambridge
' In 1930, when I was twenty-six, I went to Hamburg to work under Professor Otto Stern ...' One of the historic experiments on which Stern and Frisch collaborated concerned the magnetism of the proton, and tested the predictions of Dirac's theory. It ran a surprising course.
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