Historical Encyclopedia of Atomic Energy

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Entries in bold are main entries.
340th Bomb Squadron, 368
393rd Heavy Bombardment Squadron, 368
509th Composite Group, 121
9812th Special Engineer Detachment (SED), 221 ;
Manhattan Project, 220-222

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A-26 (Reconnaissance Aircraft), 8
Aachen Institute of Technology, 108
Abelson, Philip Hauge, 1-2, 230, 267 ;
Life of, 1-2 ;
Naval Research Laboratory, 244 ;
Thermal diffusion process, 226
Academie Française, 104
Acheson, Dean, 212 ;
Acheson Board, 2 ;
Special Subcommittee on the Hydrogen Bomb, 344
Acheson Board, 2, 211
Acheson-Lilienthal Report. See Acheson Board;
Lilienthal Group
Adamson, K. F., Uranium Committee, 386
Adenauer, Konrad, 149-150
Advanced gas-cooled reactor (AGR), 28
Advisory Committee on Atomic Energy, 2-3, 146
Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments, Uranium Committee, 406
Advisory Committee on Reactor Safeguards (ACRS), 3 ,
Atomic Energy Commission, 30 ;
China Syndrome, 85 ;
Fermi I, 131 ;
Reactor Safeguard Committee, 308
Advisory Committee on Uranium. See Uranium Committee
AEG-Telefunken, 147
Aerojet General, 242
Afghanistan War, 319
AFOAT-1 (Air Force Office of Atomic Testing), 217
Africa, Treaty of Pelindaba, 371
African Nuclear Weapons Free Zone Treaty. See Treaty of Pelindaba
Agency for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America and the Caribbean (OPANAL), 373-374
Aiken (South Carolina), 263, 322
Aioi Bridge, 121
Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion, 4
Akers, Wallace Allen, 4-5, 88 ;
Role in British mission to Manhattan Project, 4-5
Akers Research laboratory, 5
Alamo (Nevada), 330

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction ix
  • A 1
  • B 40
  • C 69
  • D 107
  • E 114
  • F 124
  • G 143
  • H 155
  • I 169
  • J 183
  • K 193
  • L 201
  • M 223
  • N 240
  • O 267
  • P 276
  • Q 296
  • R 299
  • S 318
  • T 357
  • U 380
  • V 391
  • W 397
  • Y 406
  • Z 408
  • Chronology of Atomic Energy 411
  • Selected Bibliography 427
  • Index 445
  • About the Author 492
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