William R. Kanne
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William R. Kanne worked on Chicago Pile One along with Enrico Fermi and Leó Szilárd. He invented the Kanne Chamber (patent no. 2,599,922), a way of monitoring gas for radioactivity. The patent was filed on 12 October 1944.
- Kanne's Patent image (QuickTime)
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