The History and Science of the Manhattan Project

@inproceedings{Reed2013TheHA,
  title={The History and Science of the Manhattan Project},
  author={B. Cameron Reed},
  year={2013}
}
  • B. Reed
  • Published 16 October 2013
  • Physics
Introduction and Overview.- A Short History of Nuclear Physics to the Mid-1930s.- The Discovery and Interpretation of Nuclear Fission.- Organizing the Manhattan Project, 1939-1943.- Oak Ridge, CP-1, and the Clinton Engineer Works.- The Hanford Engineer Works.- Los Alamos, Trinity, and Tinian.- Hiroshima and Nagasaki.- The Legacy of Manhattan.- Glossary. 
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