Neutrino Physics in Historical Context

In Michel Cribier, Jacques Dumarchez & Daniel Vignaud (eds.), History of the Neutrino 1930–2018. Paris, France: pp. 503-508 (2019)
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This contribution aims to give an overview of the historical context of neutrino physics. I will present the strong social trends that shaped physics and the way physicists worked, along the 20th century. First, we will see the background of the birth of nuclear physics in the interwar period. Then, we will examine the deep implications the Second World War had, to conclude with the specificities of post-war years for nuclear and particle physics.
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