Lecture series on nuclear physics, 1943.

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U.S. Atomic Energy Commission. Lecture series on nuclear physics, 1943.

Lecture series on nuclear physics, 1943.

Two copies of the lecture series on nuclear physics prepared in September 1943 for use at the Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory. Lecturers include: E. M. McMillan, E. Segre, E. Teller, F. Bloch, C. L. Critchfield, V. F. Weisskopf, R. F. Christy. Included with one of the volumes is a copy of the course outline.

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