Dunning, John Ray (1907–1975)
John Dunning was an American physicist who first measured the energy released in nuclear fission (1939), and the next year demonstrated the fission of uranium-235. He later helped to develop the gas-diffusion method of isotope separation used in making the first two atomic bombs.
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