Clark, Dwight E.

Clark, Dwight E.

Clark, Dwight E.
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I: Individuals and Groups
Dwight E. Clark, professor of Surgery at the University of Chicago, uses a Geiger-Mueller counter to measure the radioactivity of a specimen. His research is supported by university physicists and chemists who developed the atom bomb and have experience with radioactive materials.
Clark, Dwight Edwin, 1910-1959 | Physicians | Scientific apparatus and instruments | Specimens | Measuring instruments
Photographic prints; 19.1 x 23.9 cm
Archival Photographic Files
University of Chicago Library, Special Collections Research Center

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