Nuclear Energy pp 575-582 | Cite as

Impact of the Developments in Atomic Energy on the Sciences

  • E. P. Wigner
Part of the The Collected Works of Eugene Paul Wigner book series (WIGNER, volume A / 5)


The author of the following article is professor of mathematical physics at Princeton University. He has contributed greatly to the development of uranium reactors, being directly involved in the design of the reactors at Hanford. Dr. Wigner recently received the Franklin Medal of the Franklin Institute for his work in atomic physics.


Atomic Energy Atomic Energy Commission General Article Effective Electron Density Atomic Energy Commis 
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