John H. Fremlin
John Heaver Fremlin (4 March 1913 – 9 March 1995) was an English nuclear physicist.
Life and work
Fremlin was secretary of the Cambridge Scientists Anti-War Group. Responding to concerns about the use of poison gas bombs, he hosted experiments by the group in his room in Trinity College to determine the rate at which a gas might leak into a sealed room. However Jack Haldane queried the rigour of his scientific methodology.
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- "Papers of John Heaver Fremlin". University of Birmingham Information Services. Retrieved 21 February 2014.
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