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Hans Kronberger CBE, FRS (28 July 1920, Linz, Austria - 29 September 1970) was a British physicist.

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Escaping from Austria he studied in Durham. He was interned as an enemy alien, 1940-2.

He joined the war-time Atomic Energy Team ("Tube Alloys") in 1944 (working with Francis Simon), AERE, Harwell in 1946 and the Industrial Group of Atomic Energy Department, 1951. He was Head of the UKAEA Diffusion Plant Laboratories, Capenhurst, 1953; Chief Physicist, UKAEA (Industrial Group), Risley, 1956; Director of Research and Development, UKAEA (Dev. & Eng. Group), 1958-1960; Deputy Managing Director, UKAEA (Reactor Group), 1960-1964, Scientist-in-Chief, 1964-1968. He was appointed Member for Reactor Development, UKAEA, in 1969.

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