Robert James Moon

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Robert James Moon (1911–1989[1][2]) was an American physicist, chemist and engineer. A graduate of the University of Chicago, he served on the faculty there and participated in the Manhattan Project.[1][3][4][5]

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  1. 1,0 1,1 {{Cite web|title=Robert J. Moon|url=[[Atomic Heritage Foundation|language=en}}
  2. Radioactive Waste is Found in House (en-US) (5. Mai 1993).
  3. ATOMIC LAW BARS JOB TO PHYSICIST; Dr. Moon, Who Helped Evolve Bomb, Seeks Permit to Take Canadian University Offer (en-US). In: The New York Time, 14. August 1947. 
  4. Science: Dangerous Knowledge (en-US). 25. August 1947. 
  5. Papajohn, George (6. Mai 1993). Physicist's Legacy Won't Melt Down (en-US).