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Moustakas, Theodore, Correspondence with Daniel Tsui, 1985-2016 (mostly 1985-1986)
Collection Description & Creator Information
- Scope and Contents
Correspondence between Dan Tsui and his team at Princeton and Ted Moustakas primarily regarding GaAs/AlGaAs.
Letters include the following:
Request to grow specific structure of GaAs/AlGaAs (photocoy from Prof. Tsui's notebook, 12/8/185
Request to grow multiple quantum wells for specific heat experiments for the fractional effect.
Request to grow GaAs/ AIGaAs for Shubnikov-de Haas measurements, 7/29/1986.
Request to grow high mobility bulk GaAs to study donor transitions using a Michailson interferometer, 8/6/1986.
Request to grow an MIS structure for low density high mobility 2DEG, Fall 2016.
Data from sample #34. Certain peaks in the quantum Hall measurements are different than other samples he has studied, 11/24/1986.
Communications with Dan's student Ming-Jey Chou regarding data from samples #34 and #19, 4/28/1986
Samples sent to Postdoctoral fellow Marie Theresa Vuong for donor transition studies, 1986 December 23
Measurements done on sample #51 by student Nguyen Truong-Thao, 6/9/1986
Arranged alphabetically by the name of the creator, with unattributed materials at the end.
Gift of Theodore Moustakas in 2018 .
- Custodial History
Correspondence was transferred to the Library via Princeton University's Department of Electrical Engineering.
The collection is open and will continue to grow.
No material was separated during processing.
- Processing Information
This collection was processed by Lisa Yankowitz during the summer and fall of 2010 . The finding aid was written by Lisa Yankowitz in January 2011 and is regularly updated with new acquisitions by Faith Charlton, Kelly Bolding, and Armando Suárez.
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Collection is open for research use.
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- Credit this material:
Moustakas, Theodore, Correspondence with Daniel Tsui; General Manuscripts Miscellaneous Collection, C0140, Manuscripts Division, Department of Special Collections, Princeton University Library
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- Storage Note:
- Firestone Library (mss): Box 34