A History of Engineering and Science in the Bell System
Physical Sciences (1925-1975)

0. Front Matter
1. Chapter 1: Magnetism and Magnetic Resonance
2. Chapter 2: Semiconductor Physics and Electronics - The Transistor
3. Chapter 3: Surface Physics - Wave Nature of the Electron
4. Chapter 4: Electronic Band Structure of Metals
5. Chapter 5: Quantum Electronics - The Laser
6. Chapter 6: Atoms, Molecules, and Plasmas
7. Chapter 7: Astrophysics and Magnetospheric Physics - Cosmic Background Radiation
8. Chapter 8: Ion Beams, X-Rays, Electrons, and Neutrons in Solids - Channeling and Ion Implantation
9. Chapter 9: Ordered Phases of Matter and Phase Transitions
10. Chapter 10: The Role of Theoretical Physics at Bell Laboratories
11. Chapter 11: Semiconductors - Silicon, Germanium, and III-V Compounds
12. Chapter 12: Magnetic Materials - Bubbles and Chromindur
13. Chapter 13: Glasses - Fiber Light Guides
14. Chapter 14: Polymers
15. Chapter 15: Superconductors
16. Chapter 16: Dielectrics for Insulators, and for Electronic and Optical Applications
17. Chapter 17: Electric Currents and Electrical Conduction
18. Chapter 18: Improving the Mechanical Properties of Materials
19. Chapter 19: Crystal Growth and Other Processing Techniques
20. Chapter 20: CHaracterization Techniques
99. Rear Matter

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