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Papers 1939-1940.

Author: Hans Halban
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Microfilm : English
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Research notebooks; correspondence; reports; patents. Halban brought this collection from France after the 1940 German invasion. The notebooks (1939-1940) relate to Halban's work on uranium chain reactions. The correspondence (1939-1940) refers to the funding and procurement of apparatus and radioactive materials (including uranium and radium) for research in chain reactions at the Joliot-Curie laboratory in Paris,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Laboratory notebooks
Patents
Named Person: Léon Brillouin; Frédéric Joliot-Curie; Lew Kowarski
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Hans Halban
OCLC Number: 83103500
Reproduction Notes: Microfilm. 1 microfilm reel. 35 mm. negative.
Description: 1 microfilm reel.

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Research notebooks; correspondence; reports; patents. Halban brought this collection from France after the 1940 German invasion. The notebooks (1939-1940) relate to Halban's work on uranium chain reactions. The correspondence (1939-1940) refers to the funding and procurement of apparatus and radioactive materials (including uranium and radium) for research in chain reactions at the Joliot-Curie laboratory in Paris, questions on fission research, the progress of Halban's and Lew Kowarski's fission experiments, German atomic bomb research, and the possibility of realizing a uranium fission-based explosive device. The reports also document Halban's research in these areas. The patents (1939-1940) are for a polymerization process, and the utilization of thermal energy derived from atomic decomposition. Correspondents include Léon Brillouin, André Helbronner, Frédéric Joliot, and Lew Kowarski.

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