The Development of the Atomic Bomb

4 April 2015
A study of the development of the atomic bomb.

This paper introduces and discusses the atomic bombs that were dropped on Japan to end World War II. It examines how the bombs were developed, the use of the bombs and what their effect has been on the world.
“Numerous scientists contributed to the development of the atomic bomb with discoveries in several areas, such as physics, mathematics, radium, and more. Albert Einstein’s E=mc2 helped physicists discover the speed and mass of atoms, and Eve Curie’s discovery of radium gave them the material to make the bomb. The discoveries went on and on for several decades, and eventually, scientists realized they could create a devastating weapon.”
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