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John Ray Dunning

Dunning, John Ray (1907–75), U.S. physicist whose research on the discharge of neutrons from uranium fission contributed to the development of the atomic bomb. Using a cyclotron, Dunning produced high energy particles for changing one kind of atom into another.

See also: Physics.

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