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R. G. Arnold

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Dates

1942 – present

Authorized Form of Name

Arnold, R. G. (Raymond George), 1942-

Additional Forms of Names

Arnold, R. G., 1942-

Arnold, Raymond G.

Biography

Abstract

Raymond Arnold is a nuclear physicist. He has conducted experiments measuring elastic and inelastic electron scattering at high energy to determine quark structure of the proton, neutron and various nuclei. He has also measured the deep inelastic spin structure functions of the proton and neutron.

Important Dates

1942Birth.

1964Obtained BA, Alaska Methodist University (now Alaska Pacific University), Anchorage (Alaska).

1972Obtained PhD, Boston University, Boston (Mass.).

2000Awarded Tom W. Bonner Prize in Nuclear Physics, American Physical Society.

Occupation

Nuclear physicist.

Places

Undergraduate Education

Anchorage (Alaska)

Graduate Education

Boston (Mass.)

Employment

Amherst (Mass.)

Stanford (Calif.)

Subjects

Deuterons Elastic scattering.

Electron beams.

Nuclear physics.

Quarks.

Relationships

People

Colleagues

Dorfan, Jonathan

Both employed at Stanford Linear Accelerator Center.

Drell, Sidney D. (Sidney David), 1926-

Both employed at Stanford Linear Accelerator Center.

Panofsky, Wolfgang K. H. (Wolfgang Kurt Hermann), 1919-2007

Both employed at Stanford Linear Accelerator Center.

Perl, Martin L., 1927-2014

Both employed at Stanford Linear Accelerator Center.

Prescott, Charles

Both employed at Stanford Linear Accelerator Center.

Quinn, Helen R.

Both employed at Stanford Linear Accelerator Center.

Richter, Burton, 1931-

Both employed at Stanford Linear Accelerator Center.

Shen, Zhi-Xun

Both employed at Stanford Linear Accelerator Center.

Taylor, Richard Edward, 1929-2018

Both employed at Stanford Linear Accelerator Center.

Institutions

Major Positions

American University (Washington, D.C.)

Post-doctoral position.

Stanford Linear Accelerator Center

University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Department of Physics and Astronomy

Professor of Physics.

Professional Activities & Affiliations

Alaska Pacific University

Obtained BA in 1964.

American Physical Society

Member, Nuclear Science Advisory Committee Long Range Plan Committee and awarded 2000 Tom W. Bonner Prize in Nuclear Physics.

Boston University. Department of Physics

Obtained PhD in 1972.

Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (U.S.)

Member, Program Advisory Committee.

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