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Mills, Robert, 1927-1999

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Personal name headingMills, Robert, 1927-1999
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Variant(s)Mills, Robert L., 1927-
Associated placeColumbus (Ohio)
Birth date1927-04-15
Death date1999-10-27
Place of birthEnglewood (N.J.)
Place of deathCharleston (Ver.)
Field of activityPhysics Quantum field theory
Profession or occupationPhysicist
Found inSpace, time, and quanta, 1994: CIP t.p. (Robert Mills, Ohio State U.)
Phone call to pub., 10-12-93 (Robert L. Mills; b. 5-15-27)
LC data base, 10-12-93 (hdg.: Mills, Robert, 1927- )
Columbia College WWW home page, Apr. 24, 2003 Columbia College Today, Feb. 2000, obituaries (Robert L. Mills, theoretical physicist, Columbus, Ohio; d. Oct. 27, 1999; co-authored with Chen Ning Yang and developed the Yang-Mills theory)
Wikipedia, Jan. 5, 2016 (Robert Mills (physicist) ; Robert Laurence Mills (April 15, 1927-October 27, 1999) was a physicist, specializing in quantum field theory, the theory of alloys, and many-body theory. While sharing an office at Brookhaven National Laboratory, in 1954, Chen Ning Yang and Mills proposed a tensor equation for what are now called Yang-Mills fields. Mills was born in Englewood, New Jersey. Mills became Professor of Physics at Ohio State University in 1956. The Mills family lived for many years in Columbus, Ohio during Mills' tenure as professor at Ohio State University. The family also spent considerable time during the summer and winter breaks at their property on Echo Lake in Charleston, Vermont. Robert opted to live out his final months at their residence there.)
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