Definition of Fuchs, Klaus in English:

Fuchs, Klaus

Line breaks: Klaus Fuchs
Pronunciation: /fʊks
 
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( 1911–88), German-born British physicist; full name Emil Klaus Julius Fuchs. He was a communist who fled Nazi persecution. During the 1940s he passed to the USSR secret information acquired while working on the development of the atom bomb in the US, and while engaged in research in Britain.

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