Joseph Rotblat: The Nuclear Physicist

@inproceedings{Finney2007JosephRT,
  title={Joseph Rotblat: The Nuclear Physicist},
  author={John L. Finney},
  year={2007}
}
‘‘I don’t know if you have met Rotblat, a Pole who has been here about nine months. He is an extremely able man, one of the best I have come across for some years.’’1) So wrote the discoverer of the neutron, James Chadwick, to John Cockcroft at the Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge, in 1940. Over the ten years or so that Rotblat spent working with Chadwick and in the Liverpool University Physics Department, Chadwick’s initial assessment only grew. So much so that Chadwick tried hard to dissuade… 

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