Reinhold Mannkopff, German physicist

Reinhold Mannkopff, German physicist

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Credit: EMILIO SEGRE VISUAL ARCHIVES/AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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Caption: Reinhold Mannkopff (1894-1978), German physicist. Mannkopff studied at universities in both Berlin and Gottingen, studying under James Franck for his doctorate and then lecturing there in the 1930s. He specialised in spectroscopy, with his research including analysis of the composition of the Earth's crust. Mannkopff was a member of the short-lived Uranium Club, the initial start of the German nuclear energy program. The Uranium Club was discontinued in August 1939. This photograph is from a collection made by German physicist Hertha Sponer in the years before 1934, while she was living and working in Gottingen, Germany.Restrictions:

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