Henry DeWolf Smyth

physics Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
Atomic Energy
"Henry DeWolf Smyth"

Smyth is best known as author of the "Smyth Report" (1945), the official government report on the development of the atomic bomb.

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Karl Taylor Compton grad student 1919 Princeton
 (The Radiating Potentials of Nitrogen)
Ernest Rutherford grad student 1923 Cambridge
 (A New Method for Studying Ionising Potentials.)
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El-Sherbiny IM, Smyth HD. (2010) Novel cryomilled physically cross-linked biodegradable hydrogel microparticles as carriers for inhalation therapy. Journal of Microencapsulation. 27: 657-68
SMYTH HD. (1950) The national laboratories; their role in atomic energy development. Nucleonics. 6: 4-9
SMYTH HD. (1947) From X-rays to nuclear fission. American Scientist. 35: 485-501
SMYTH HD. (1946) Fifty years of atomic physics. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society. 90: 1-6
Smyth HD. (1945) Atomic energy for military purposes Reviews of Modern Physics. 17: 351-371
Bleakney W, Harnwell GP, Lozier WW, et al. (1934) The production and identification of helium of mass three [12] Physical Review. 46: 81-82
Harnwell GP, Smyth HD, Urry WD. (1934) Purification and Spectroscopic Evidence for He23 [3] Physical Review. 46: 437
Smyth HD, Blewett JP. (1934) Ionization of carbon disulphide by electron impact Physical Review. 46: 276-277
Harnwell GP, Smyth HD, Van Voorhis SN, et al. (1934) The production of H31 by a canal-ray discharge in deuterium Physical Review. 45: 655-656
Smyth HD. (1933) The emission and fluorescence spectra of sulphur dioxide [3] Physical Review. 44: 690
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