Editors’ Note: March 19, 2023

Corrections that appeared in print on Sunday, March 19, 2023.

An article last Sunday about the United Farm Workers and its push to regain relevance incompletely described Veronica Mota’s rela­tionship with the union. The U.F.W. considers Ms. Mota a “member leader,” and she has been on the union payroll in the past to compensate her for time taken from her farm work for union duties.

A Critic’s Notebook article this weekend on Page 10 about A.O. Scott’s film reviews misstates where a Susan Sontag essay on the end of cinephilia appeared. It was in The New York Times Magazine, not the Book Review.

An article on Page 36 this weekend about the inventor responsible for leaded gasoline and Freon describes incorrectly a concern raised by Edward Teller about the detonation of the first nuclear device during the Trinity Test. The concern was that a fission reaction, not a fusion reaction, within the bomb would trigger a fusion reaction in the atmosphere. The article also refers incorrectly to ammonia. It is a compound, not an element. And the article misstates the location of fluorine in a nonstandard periodic table of elements that Thomas Midgley used. It is not on the bottom right corner.

Errors are corrected during the press run whenever possible, so some errors noted here may not have appeared in all editions.

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