Is Radium risky? Curious about the Curies? Unsure about Uranium?
Well, wonder no more – we have the answers for you in The
Explosion Zone. It’s a lavishly illustrated guide to the history and science of
radioactivity, focusing on the revolutionary experiments carried out by Marie and Pierre
Curie in the late 19th – early 20th century into the
little understood elements Uranium and Radium. It’s a fascinating and, at
times, funny and exciting journey through the early days of research into
radiation and X-rays.
A previous resident of the Derbyshire Library Service with its own plastic dust cover, this book is divided up into 12 easy to follow chapters with
a complete and helpful glossary. It’s
aimed at younger readers, but there is plenty for grown ups to learn and
Written by Ian Graham and illustrated by David
Antram, it’s a must for any budding Nuclear scientist - but be quick, stocks
Curie and the Science of Radioactivity - written by Ian Graham (Soft back versions)
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