Radioactivity

Apparatus used at the University of Rome, for the investigation of artificial radioactivity
Apparatus used at the University of Rome, for the investigation of artificial radioactivity
Certificate of Radioactive Material
A small radioactive sample is removed from one of the pneumatic tubes at the Brookhaven Graphite Research Reactor
Becquerel's Evidence of Radioactivity
Irene Joliot-Curie and Marie Curie working with equipment
Representative group of the individuals involved in the observation of the Omega
Los Alamos National Laboratory: 'Jumbo,' a 200 ton container, was originally intended to be a part of the Trinity test
Compton Working with a Cenco Hyvac Pump
Lew Kowarski, Hans Halban, and Frederic Joliot-Curie use a Geiger Counter in a laboratory
A unidentified physicist at Brookhaven National Laboratory checks electronic equipment
Westinghouse Hanford Company technicians arrange fuel pins for hexagonal fuel assembly at Hanford Site
Project Baker
Franz Kurie sleeping on water tanks
One of the tungsten targets is being inserted into a ramrod which can be pushed through an airlock system into the high vacuum detecting position
Laboratory Assistant at Hanford Works checks a pocket ionization chamber at a minometer
Los Alamos National Laboratory Trinity explosion 0.053 seconds after detonation
Compton (left) examines a new cosmic-ray recorder

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