Chapter 8: Outline History of Nuclear Energy

January 2007
Nuclear Energy Report;2007, Issue 1, p67
Market Research Report
The article presents the eight section of the "Nuclear Energy Report" for 2007, that outlines the development of nuclear energy from 1895-1945. The outline described includes the pioneering period of nuclear science, the boom of nuclear physics in the Soviet Union, the U.S.' Manhattan nuclear project, the introduction of atomic bomb, nuclear energy commercialization and development of nuclear power. The last six years of the period is said to focus more on atomic bomb development.


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