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What Little I Remember
Preface 1. Vienna 1904-1927 2. Atoms 3. Berlin 1927-1930 4. Hamburg 1930-1933 5. Nuclei 6. London 1933-1934 7. Denmark 1934-1939 8. Denmark 1934-1939 9. Energy from the nuclei 10. BirminghamExpand
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Take a Photon
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The nuclear handbook
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Progress in Nuclear Physics
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The discovery of fission
THE NEUTRON was discovered in 1932. Why, then, did it take seven years before nuclear fission was found? Fission is obviously a striking phenomenon; it results in a large amount of radioactivity ofExpand
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Progress In Nuclear Physics And
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Sweepnik: A fast semi-automatic track-measuring machine
Abstract A new instrument has been developed for the rapid measurement of track photographs, particularly of bubble-chamber tracks. It uses a laser beam, steered by computer-controlled mirrors, toExpand
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On the Feasibility of Coal-Driven Power Stations
In 1954 that eminent figure in the world of atomic and nuclear physics, Dr Otto Frisch, wrote the following article for the Harwell staff magazine, Harlequin. It attracted considerable interest amongExpand
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Working with Atoms
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