SCIENCE IN REVIEW; Engineers Skeptical About a Power Revolution Through the Use of Atomic Energy

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SCIENCE IN REVIEW; Engineers Skeptical About a Power Revolution Through the Use of Atomic Energy

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There is no way of utilizing directly the energy released when uranium atoms are split. All that we can expect is that the heat generated by flying neutrons and fragments of atoms in a pile can generate heat in a boiler and thus raise steam for power.

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'SCIENCE IN REVIEW; Engineers Skeptical About a Power Revolution Through the Use of Atomic Energy', New York Times

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“SCIENCE IN REVIEW; Engineers Skeptical About a Power Revolution Through the Use of Atomic Energy,” Past Periodicals, accessed September 17, 2021, https://unsettlingscientificstories.omeka.net/items/show/21780.