Cawthron, E. R
The last decade and a half has witnessed an enormous growth in the field of experimental atomic physics after a period of comparative neglect from 1935
to 1955. The slowing down of research in the field over this period can be
partly attributed to the concentration on the more glamorous field of nuclear
physics, with its greater apparent technological and commercial dividends.
The mounting cost of nuclear research, however, led many research groups to
re-direct some attention to the lower...[Show more]
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