Igor Petryanov-Sokolov, Soviet scientist

Igor Petryanov-Sokolov, Soviet scientist

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Caption: Igor Petryanov-Sokolov (1907-1996), Soviet scientist, in a round-table discussion 'On Ways to Survive in Our Interdependent World'. In 1945 Petryanov-Sokolov joined the USSR's atomic project. He worked on isotope separation and analysis and the production of heavy water. He studied the properties of radioactive aerosols and helped develop a jet system for collecting aerosol samples in atmospheric nuclear explosions. Photographed at the international forum 'For a Non-Nuclear World and the Survival of Mankind', Moscow, Russia, in February 1987.

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