University of Saint Francis Sharing Our Past, A Visual History (University of St. Francis)
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Sister Working in Lab - ca. 1950-1969
Sister Working in Lab - ca. 1950-1969
TitleSister Working in Lab - ca. 1950-1969
Subjectsister, lab, science
DescriptionSister Noel Dreska and her advisor, Professor Narahari K. Rao of Ohio State University, prepare to use the OSU's Evert Spectrograph, the world's largest. Sister Noel is working towards her doctor of philosophy degree in physics at Ohio State under an Arthur Schmitt Fellowship in preparation for teaching at the College of St. Francis. Spectographs are used to study properties of gases by shining light through them and measuring the components of the light beam which the gases absorb.
Dateca. 1950-1969
Typeimage
FormatTIFF
Languageeng
RightsAll rights held by the University of St. Francis. For permission to reproduce, distribute, or otherwise use this image, please contact libraryarchives@stfrancis.edu
PublisherDigitized by: Northern Micrographics, Inc. for the University of St. Francis
CollectionSharing Our Past, A Visual History (University of St. Francis)
Identifier00001903.tif
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