Comments on Mr. Pitzer's Speech

Fisk, J. B.; Daniels, Farrington; Cockcoft, J. D.
November 1952
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists;Nov1952, Vol. 8 Issue 8, p288
The article presents the comments of scientists to the portions of the speech of Dr. Kenneth Pitzer delivered before the American Chemical Society on March 7, 1952 on the slow progress in the development of power reactors in the U.S. is presented. Physical Chemistry professor Farrington Daniels of the University of Wisconsin says that Dr. Pitzer presented constructive suggestion concerning the administration of the atomic energy program. J.D. Cockroft, Director of the British Atomic Energy Research Establishment agrees with the views of Dr. Pitzer.


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