Reference book or more to this forum's radioactivity theme??

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Reference book or more to this forum's radioactivity theme??

Post by Richard Hull » Tue Feb 02, 2021 12:19 am

I mused over placing this PDF that I have written in the books and reference forum but decided to post it in the radiation forum as it speaks to the entire subject of the discovery, history and tortured 20 year path towards an understanding in science related to radioactivity. A battle fought equally by both chemistry and physics.

Spurred on by my reading a 500 page book purchased in 2000 but only read now for full historical effect towards an intimate ownership of the battle waged by the great experimentalists of the 20th century....I submit the following PDF.

You be the judge. Did I place it in the correct forum?

Richard Hull
Radioactivity and Atomic Theory.pdf
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