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1. Title:The radiochemistry of americium and curium

Author: R A Penneman; Thomas K Keenan; National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Nuclear Science. Subcommittee on Radiochemistry.; U.S. Atomic Energy Commission

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Carmen Review: CARMEN: *sighs*
*drinks coffee*
Okay, I've put off writing this long enough. Let's do this thing.

As a child, however, I knew so many African Americans working in science, math, and engineering that I thought that's just what black folks did.


- Feminism! Smash the patriarchy! Sisters are doin' it for themselves!

- Break down those race barriers!

I'm totally on board with this message.

Even more on board with calling attention to something that most Americans are ignorant about - Women's rol


Peter Mcloughlin Review: A good biography of an overlooked but seminal figure of physics and mathematics, Claude Shannon. His 1948 work on communication and information laid the foundation for the digital world we all inhabit figures like Shannon, Turing, and Von Neuman made modern computing possible. Shannon was an introvert but also a playful wiseguy in his work but mostly avoided the limelight. His work was general and eclectic basically anything that interested him he would work on. Nice biography of a curious chara


Deanna Review: My reviews can also be seen at: https://deesradreadsandreviews.wordpr...

This is my first read from Michael Robotham. I loved it!

How far would you go to create the perfect family?

How many times have you looked at someone and thought "now there is someone who has it all?" Well I have. Plenty of times.

We may assume someone who is beautiful, rich, married with children must be happy. They must have the perfect life. But you know what they say about assuming....

The book alternates between Agatha an


Kai Review: “Do you know what it’s like to like someone so much you can’t stand it and know that they’ll never feel the same way?”

To All The Boys I've Loved Before is as quirky and cute as it's protagonist.
After the first few pages I wasn't sure I would finish this book. Everything seemed so picture perfect, so girlie. The way Lara Jean always said "Daddy", how Kitty outwitted any other living nine-year-old, etc. But I'm glad I kept reading, even though the plot wasn't overexciting and very predictable. N


Kazy Review: 2.5 Stars

Not much of a mafia element. Alina's father gets killed but then it's pretty tame from there until the end. I mean, they work with the cops. What the hell mafia does that unless it's to pay the cops off? The romance was pretty empty, but that's mostly Alina's fault. She was sooooo insecure. Even after he's confessed his love and everything, she's still wondering if it's real and doubting their future. Ughh. Put on your big girl panties and have a freaking happily ever after, for goodnes


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