Development of the Hydrogen Bomb
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May 20, 2015
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Edward Teller, an atomic physicist, and Stanislaw Marcin Ulam, a mathematician, “who together developed the Teller-Ulam design in 1951” for the Hydrogen Bomb (Teller-Ulam Design). Many people had their thoughts about why or why not the Hydrogen Bomb should have been built. What this essay will talk about is why the Hydrogen Bomb was built...
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What this essay will talk about is why the Hydrogen Bomb was built.
“The successful explosion of a Teller-inspired thermonuclear device in 1952 gave” the U.S. the go ahead blow against the Soviet Union in the arms race of the fifties (Teller and Ulam). Scientists around the world had been thinking that a thermonuclear bomb, also know as the Hydrogen Bomb, could be developed, but they arms race was completely focused on the atomic bomb...
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