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Nuclear Data the Numbers Needed to Design the Bombs

By Diven, Ben C.

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Title: Nuclear Data the Numbers Needed to Design the Bombs  
Author: Diven, Ben C.
Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Legislation., Government Printing Office (U.S.)
Collections: Government Library Collection
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Excerpt: The Los Alamos Laboratory was established in 1943 to investigate whether nuclear weapons were feasible and, if so, to design and fabricate them as soon as possible. It was obvious that this task demanded many new nuclear data. Even the basic fission processes were very poorly known, and most of the interactions of neutrons with nuclei of potential weapon materials were unexplored.

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