- Georg Stetter and Karl Lintner Schnelle Neutronen im Uran. Der Zuwachs durch den Spaltprozeß und der Abfall durch unelastische Streuung (7 November 1941).
The following are cited as Geheimberichte (secret reports) on German nuclear research from the period 1939 to 1945 and which are being held in the Stadtarchiv Haigerloch:
- Georg Stetter and Karl Lintner Schnelle Neutronen in Uran (I)
- G. Stetter and K. Lintner Schnelle Neutronen in Uran (II und III): Streuversuche
- K. Lintner Schnelle Neutronen in Uranoxyd IV
- W. Jentschke and K. Lintner Schnelle Neutronen in Uran V. This paper is also identified as G-277. There are nearly 400 reports in the G-series. Many of the reports in this series were published in Kernphysikalische Forschungsberichte (Research Reports in Nuclear Physics), an internal publication of the German Uranverein. The reports were classified Top Secret, they had very limited distribution, and the authors were not allowed to keep copies. The reports were confiscated under the Allied Operation Alsos and sent to the United States Atomic Energy Commission for evaluation. In 1971, the reports were declassified and returned to Germany. The reports are available at the Karlsruhe Nuclear Research Center and the American Institute of Physics.
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