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Rebecca Bradford Diven

Rebecca Diven graduated from USC in June of 1941, and became entangled with national defense work at CalTech in 1943. She began her work for the Manhattan Project at Los Alamos in 1944, where she developed a quartz fiber microbalance to weigh extremely small amounts of plutonium. 

Rebecca Bradford Diven's Timeline

  • 1918 Jan 6th Born.
  • 1941 Jun Graduated from USC.
  • 1944 Jan Came to Los Alamos.

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