6 edition of Atomic histories found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Rudolf E. Peierls.|
|Series||Masters of modern physics ;, v. 18|
|LC Classifications||QC71 .P38 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 378 p. :|
|Number of Pages||378|
|LC Control Number||96022298|
This is a book " History of atomic energy" in Russian with illustrations and hard cover. The book was published in in the Soviet Union in Moscow. The book was used (cover have small damaged) but condition is good, no lost or damaged pages. Size is x mm (" x ") and pages with 92 Rating: % positive. "Countdown ," published by Simon & Schuster (a ViacomCBS company), tells the dramatic story of the days from Harry Truman's sudden and unexpected swearing-in as president to the dropping.
The Atomic Age, also known as the Atomic Era, is the period of history following the detonation of the first nuclear weapon, The Gadget at the Trinity test in New Mexico, on J , during World War gh nuclear chain reactions had been hypothesized in and the first artificial self-sustaining nuclear chain reaction (Chicago Pile-1) had taken place in December . A controversial book about Japan’s race to build an atomic weapon in is published there for the first time. It also raises questions about how North Korea finally got a .
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Atomic histories. [Rudolf Ernst Peierls, Sir] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for A collection of essays, book reviews and profiles of 20th-century scientists, by respected physicist Dr Rudolf Peierls.
A collection of essays, book reviews and profiles of 20th-century scientists, by respected physicist Dr Rudolf Peierls. Many of the essays discuss the nuclear arms race, which Dr Peierls opposed, Atomic histories. Woodbury, N.Y.: AIP Press, © (OCoLC) Almost a piece of history itself more than forty years later, The History of the Atomic Bomb by Michael Blow is a valuable and accessible introduction to the development of nuclear weaponry and therefore modern warfare.
The book ends on an interesting note, for modern readers, discussing the relevance of nuclear weapons and power to modern life/5. This is a deliberately short book, in the Cambridge Essential Histories, written by an expert in Truman and the transition from Roosevelt to Truman, but self-avowedly dependent on other experts for the subject.
It is also admittedly written by a proponent of the traditional position on the decision to drop the atomic by: 8. Gallicchio, the author of several books of military history, sorts out these players — and many others — with great clarity, noting that Truman played coyly with Author: Richard J.
Samuels. General History. The Manhattan Project: The Birth of the Atomic Bomb in the Words of Its Creators, Eyewitnesses, and Historians - Cynthia C. Kelly (editor), Richard Rhodes (introduction) The Making of the Atomic Bomb - Richard Rhodes. Atomic Energy for Military Purposes: The Official Report - Henry DeWolf Smyth.
Manhattan Project: The Untold Story of the Making of the Atomic. The book carries an activistic tone, but at the same time reliably articulates the histories of two (surprisingly similar) communities, Richland in Washington State, and Ozersk in the Ural mountains.
Brown intricately illustrates how, as radiation mutated bodies and landscapes, the production of plutonium mutated s: Atomic Habits is the most comprehensive and practical guide on how to create good habits, break bad ones, and get 1 percent better every day.
I do not believe you will find a more actionable book on the subject of habits and improvement. If you’re having trouble changing your habits, the problem isn’t you. The problem is your system. DROPPING THE ATOMIC BOMB. All belligerents in World War II sought to develop powerful and devastating weaponry.
As early asGerman scientists had discovered how to split uranium atoms, the technology that would ultimately allow for the creation of the atomic bomb. Making of the Atomic Bomb, Pulitzer Prize winner inwas a well-researched and comprehensive history exploring the making of the atomic bomb, beginning with World War I, the genesis of the Manhattan Project and continuing through the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, bringing an end to World War II.
Rhodes divides the book into three /5. The B was the logical choice in view of its long range, superior high-altitude performance, and ability to carry an atomic bomb that was expected to weigh to 10, pounds. In March and again in June dummy atomic bombs were dropped by Bs at Muroc Army Air Force Base in California to test the release mechanism.
New York: Avon Books, Written from a revisionist perspective, this book assesses President Truman's motivations for authorizing the atomic bombings and traces the effects of the bombings on American society.
Maddox, Robert James. Weapons for Victory: The Hiroshima Decision Fifty Years Later. Columbia, MO: University of Missouri Press, Two of the essays in “City at the Edge of Forever” (the book’s title was derived from a “Star Trek” episode written in part by L.A. writer Harlan Ellison), appeared years earlier in The.
Although a schoolteacher, a meteorologist, and an expert on color blindness, John Dalton is best known for his pioneering theory of atomism. He also developed methods to calculate atomic weights and structures and formulated the law of partial pressures.
Early Life Dalton (–) was born into a modest Quaker family in Cumberland, England, and for most of his. As we show in our recent book and forthcoming documentary film series called The Untold History of The United States, what students learn about the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki is only one small part of a systematic effort to whitewash and sanitize U.S.
history. In his lively and lucid new book Apocalypse Factory: Plutonium and the Making of the Atomic Age (W.W.
Norton), acclaimed author Steve Olson blends history and science to tell the story of. The Making of the Atomic Bomb is a contemporary history book written by the American journalist and historian Richard Rhodes, first published by Simon & Schuster in It won the Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction, the National Book Award for Nonfiction, and a National Book Critics Circle Award.
Alexander’s book is about intense personal love. ATOMIC DOCTORS: Conscience and Complicity at the Dawn of the Nuclear Age Usually histories of the nuclear project at Los Alamos, N.M., during. The world’s first atomic bomb, developed under the secret Manhattan Project, detonated on Jduring the Trinity Test—launching the Atomic Age.
The “father of the atomic bomb” was theoretical physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer, who garnered that unofficial title because he was scientific director at the Manhattan Project’s.
It is the second book in a series of Hanford histories being published by WSU Press. a secret project to produce plutonium for atomic bombs. The newest book sells for $ and can be.The history of atomic testing is usually told as a story about big technology, big science, and complex global politics.
Doom Towns: The People and Landscapes of Atomic Testing explains critical technological developments and the policies that drove weapons innovation within the context of the specific environments and communities where testing actually took place.Through the early history too I will follow a narrow path here, attending neither to masers nor to optically pumped vapor cells, in order to describe in greater detail, yet still all too incompletely, the creation of the first atomic beam clock and the first commercial atomic clock,