THE newest addition to the family of specialized divisions of the American Physical Society is the Division of Plasma Physics, which has been established and is now in the process of becoming organized. It joins the Divisions of Electron Physics, High‐Polymer Physics, Solid‐State Physics, Fluid Dynamics, and Chemical Physics as the sixth major group to be created within the Society for the purpose of encouraging a closer organizational bond among those having a common involvement in the study of a specialized area of physics.

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