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        StatementDodd, Mead
        PublishersDodd, Mead
        LC Classifications1954
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        Paginationxvi, 83 p. :
        Number of Pages70
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The Atomic Bomb

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This new Atomic science was also confirmed in independent work by McMillan and Abelson in the USA in 1940. "As we got farther away, we could see the base of the mushroom and below we could see what looked like a few-hundred-foot layer of debris and smoke.

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