Kurt Starke

Kurt Starke (1911 in Berlin – 19 January 2000) was a German radiochemist. During World War II, he worked on the German nuclear energy project, also known as the Uranium Club. He independently discovered the transuranic element neptunium. From 1947 to 1959, he taught and did research in Canada and the United States. From 1959 until he achieved emeritus status, he was at the German University of Marburg, where he established and became director of the Institute of Nuclear Chemistry. He was also the first dean of the Department of Physical Chemistry of the University of Marburg, which opened in 1971. Provided by Wikipedia
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216 Fragen und Antworten zum Liebesleben
Involved: Starke, Kurt
Year: 1995
Publisher: Verl. Neues Leben (Berlin)
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Eine sexualwissenschaftliche Untersuchung zu BRAVO GiRL!
Involved: Starke, Kurt
Year: 2001
Publisher: Lang (Frankfurt am Main)
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Eine Expertise
Involved: Starke, Kurt
Year: 2010
Publisher: Pabst Science Publ. (Lengerich)
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Homosexuelle Männer in der DDR
Year: 1994
Publisher: Links (Berlin)
Link(s): 04 93
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Year: 1984
Publisher: Dt. Verl. der Wiss. (Berlin)
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