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James Chadwick's Nobel Prize
Chadwick-nobel physics

Origin

James Chadwick

Type

Physics Nobel Prize

Effects

Produces energy similar to nuclear fission

Downsides

Causes those nearby to feel guilt

Activation

Touch/Motion

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Fermi-989L

Aisle

381465-2218

Shelf

628009-3419-571

Date of Collection

March 3, 1977

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OriginEdit

James Chadwick was an English physicist who was awarded the 1935 Nobel Prize in Physics for his discovery of the neutron in 1932. In 1941, he wrote the final draft of the MAUD Report, which inspired the U.S. government to begin serious atomic bomb research efforts. He was the head of the British team that worked on the Manhattan Project during the Second World War.

EffectsEdit

The medal releases waves of fission like energy whenever touched or mildly moved. Nearby atoms in the air will be separated apart, ionizing the air with a bright glow. The radiation’s effects are unpredictable, causing diseases or creating unstable energies. Those nearby will feel guilt and resentment over their most recent actions.

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