Weizsäcker, Carl Friedrich on 1985 May 9: in German.

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Abstract/Description: Transuranic elements; nuclear reactor design. Weizsäcker's work in Berlin at Otto Hahn and Peter Debye's institutes; the discovery of nuclear fission; military service exemptions for scientists. Competition within the German uranium project; nuclear explosives. End of the war; Werner Heisenberg and Samuel Goudsmit; Farm Hall and critical mass of a chain reaction. Weizsäcker's interest in policy; interest in the civil uses of nuclear energy; uranium research as a method of survival; German science policy after 1955; the Göttingen Manifesto. Also prominently mentioned are: Peter Josef William Debye, Kurt Diebner, Samuel Abraham Goudsmit, Otto Hahn, Werner Heisenberg, Karl Heinz Höcker, Frédéric Joliot-Curie, Schumann, and Karl Wirtz.
Subject(s): Debye, Peter J. W. (Peter Josef William), 1884-1966
Diebner, Kurt
Goudsmit, Samuel A. (Samuel Abraham), 1902-1978
Hahn, Otto, 1879-1968
Heisenberg, Werner, 1901-1976
Hocker, Karl Heinz
Joliot-Curie, Frédéric
Freiherr von Weizsäcker, Carl Friedrich, 1912-2007
Wirtz, Karl, 1910-
Atomic bomb -- Germany -- Research
Nuclear fission
Science and state -- Germany
Transuranium elements
Farm Hall (Godmanchester, England)