Prof. D. J. Morrissey is a Professor of Chemistry at Michigan State University. Prof. Morrissey is famed for his research on the nuclear fragmentation process, the determination of nuclear temperatures, the production and study of nuclei produced in the rp process, the use of computers in education, and the production and use of radioactive beams. In this lecture, delivered at the American Chemical Society meeting in San Diego, California on April 3, 2001, Prof. Morrissey discusses our knowledge of the nuclear fragmentation process and its uses. Prof. Morrissey may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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