If you are not immediately redirected, please click here
Lavrent'ev, Oleg Aleksandrovich
Oral history interview with Oleg Aleksandrovich Lavrent'ev, 1994 June 1.
Army service, development of ideas on nuclear fusion and H-bomb. Letter to Stalin about possibiltiy to make hydrogen bomb, D-Li variant. Invitation to Moscow University. Meetings with Minister of Atomic Energy Makhnev, Chairman of the Special Committee (on nuclear weapons) Beria, Skharov, Kurchatov, Vannikov and so on. Institute of Atomic Energy. Golovin, Artsimovich, Budker. Electromagnetic traps. Zavenyagin. Political troubles. Death of benefactor Beria. Kharkiv variant. "Nautilus". Belosel'sky, Dimirchanov, Alikhanyan. Temperature 2.5 million degrees. Unstabilities. 1973 y. Electrostatic and electromagnetic traps. Troubles about declaration of discovery. Certificates from Sakharov and Golovin. Some protocols of Scientific Council of Institute.
Physicist. At the National Scientific Center, Kharkiv Institute of Physics and Technology, Ukraine. He has been called "Father of Nuclear Fusion Research in the USSR."
Lavrent'ev, Oleg Aleksandrovich
Stalin, Joseph, 1879-1953.
Nuclear fission.
Hydrogen bomb.
Nuclear weapons
Soldiers -- Soviet Union.
Electromagnetism.
Electrostatics.
Temperature.
Oral histories. aat
Physicists -- Soviet Union.
Alikhani︠a︡n, A. I. (Artemiĭ Isaakovich), 1908-
Art︠s︡imovich, L. A. (Lev Andreevich), 1909-1973
Belosel'sky.
Beria.
Budker, G. I. (Gersh It︠s︡kovich), 1918-1977.
Dimmirchanov.
Kurchatov.
Skharov.
Vannikov.
Moskovskiĭ gosudarstvennyĭ universitet im. M.V. Lomonosova
Ranyuk, Yuri, interviewer.
AIP-ICOS
American Institute of Physics. Niels Bohr Library & Archives. One Physics Ellipse, College Park, MD 20740, USA
Catalog