An Evaluation of the Atomic Bomb Code The Manhattan Job by the United States

The atomic Bomb code known as The Manhattan Task was

the first atomic Bomb created by america. The United

States supervised the production of the atomic bomb, under

the code name Manhattan Project, during Environment War II. The

first sustained nuclear chain response was achieved in

December 1942 at the University of Chicago beneath the direction

of Arthur Holly Compton. Key participants of the study team

were Enrico Fermi and J. Robert Oppenheimer. Shortly after

the first bomb test was accomplished, atomic bombs were dropped

on the Japanese locations of Hiroshima (Aug. 6, 1945) and Nagasaki

(Aug. 9, 1945).

The atomic bomb,

that was developed secretly in the

United States during World Battle II, differed from all earlier

types of bombs. It contained radioactive substances that

underwent very rapid changes under certain circumstances,

releasing immense levels of light and heat.

For an atom bomb to

explode, its radioactive elements,

an isotope of uranium called U-235