The Search for Element 61

@inproceedings{Marinsky1996TheSF,
  title={The Search for Element 61},
  author={J. Marinsky},
  year={1996}
}
The Oak Ridge National Laboratory was established during the Second World War. Its primary objective, as a part of the Manhattan Project in 1943, was the development, as rapidly as possible, of a feasible process for the production of the fissionable nuclides, Pu240 and U235 at a purity level and rate sufficient for the assembly of the nuclear bomb which was under development concurrently at the laboratory complex established in the University of California Project at Los Alamos, New Mexico (1… Expand
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