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Oral history interview with Lew Kowarski, 1969 March 20 to 20 November 1971.

著者: Lew Kowarski; Charles Weiner
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Childhood in Russia, family and early schooling; Paris University, first publication, work on crystal growth in Jean Perrin's lab, doctoral thesis. History of Frédéric Joliot-Curie's work, his lab, character, and collaboration with Irene Curie and other scientists in context of pre-war scientific establishment in France; Kowarski's work as Joliot's secretary at the Institut Curie, reactions to Joliot's Nobel
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类型/形式: Oral history
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提及的人: Niels Bohr; James Chadwick; John Cockcroft, Sir; Enrico Fermi; Jules Guéron; Bertrand Goldschmidt; Otto Hahn; Frédéric Joliot-Curie; Irène Joliot-Curie; Mark Oliphant; J Robert Oppenheimer; Jean Perrin; Leo Szilard
文件类型: 档案资料
所有的著者/提供者: Lew Kowarski; Charles Weiner
OCLC号码: 82251258
注意: Interview conducted by Charles Weiner, 20 March 1969 to 20 November 1971.
Reproduction Notes: 10" microfilm reel. 1992. Original recording remastered onto 10" reels.
描述: 5 sessions, audiotape, 5 5-inch reels, 6 cassettes, 25.0 hr. Transcript, 327 p.

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Childhood in Russia, family and early schooling; Paris University, first publication, work on crystal growth in Jean Perrin's lab, doctoral thesis. History of Frédéric Joliot-Curie's work, his lab, character, and collaboration with Irene Curie and other scientists in context of pre-war scientific establishment in France; Kowarski's work as Joliot's secretary at the Institut Curie, reactions to Joliot's Nobel Prize; work on magic numbers. Work on fission: Hans von Halban, Enrico Fermi, Otto Hahn, Leo Szilard, ca. 1939; effects of science in wartime France. Applications of fission chain reaction and patents; flight to England with Halban and heavy water supply. Kowarski's integration into English scientific community: James Chadwick, John Cockcroft, the Maud Committee, Marcus Oliphant; course of development of Halban's group in Canada; Kowarski's work between Great Britain and U.S. Return to Europe in 1946; political climate of postwar France, particularly the influence of communism. French Commission on Atomic Energy (CEA), its internal politics, science and scientists in postwar France: Joliot, Pierre Auger, Jean Perrin, Curie, Jules Guéron, Bertrand Goldschmidt. Growth of energy. Family life and marriages; visit to U.S., 1946; comparison of postwar science in U.S. and France. History of French reactors. Kowarski's impressions of French scientific unity and his role in it; introduction of computer technology into.

Nuclear topics; European Nuclear Energy Agency (ENEA); Kowarski's involvement. Contemporaries: J. Robert Oppenheimer, Niels Bohr; developments in CERN and ENEA; reflections on attainment of goals and shortcomings of CERN; thoughts about being a scientist in an international community.

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