I don't know if this is a worthwhile offer,
but there may be someone without the assets
to get the material via "normal" channels.
Currently I'm in Southwest Florida.
By January I should be in Austin, TX. The
University of Texas has established a fine
library, including many if not all of the
major German language scientific journals
(Zeit...., Ber...., etc.). I recall finding
and painfully translating papers by Stern
and Gerlach, seeing a picture of the tile
target showing the distribution of the
silver atoms. Modern texts have really
massaged that publication. There were some
very clever experiments done in those
If someone has a citation or a few citations
to journals of that era and hasn't the
resources to get to them, pass them on to
me and I'll try to find them. There may
be copy and postage costs involved.
This all depends upon my actually getting
to Austin (quantum tunneling through the
Big Easy, for example, is a real engineering
challenge :-), and my situation when I get
there. I'm willing to try.
Post here, please. Those with .edu addresses
need not apply (I _will_ check :-)