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Abdul Qadeer Khan - Publications - Books
... Khan, Abdul Qadeer (1972) (in English, German and Dutch) ... Khan, Abdul Qadeer Dr ... Khan, Abdul Qadeer (1983) (in English, German and Dutch) ...
Khan Research Laboratories - History
... In spring of 1976, Abdul Qadeer Khan joined the programme and worked for a short period under the Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission ... Abdul Qadeer Khan ... on centrifuge design, including a 1987 article co-authored by Qadeer Khan on techniques for balancing sophisticated ultracentrifuge rotors ...
Abdul Qadeer Khan - Expansion of Network - Iraq and Libya
... The United Nations arms inspectors apparently discovered documents discussing Qadeer Khan's purported offer in Iraq Iraqi officials said the documents were authentic but that they had not agreed ... Qadeer Khan strongly denied this allegation and the Pakistan Government declared the evidence to be "fraudulent" ... the centrifuge's nuclear proliferation in 2001 and 2002, focusing on Qadeer Khan's personal role ...
Abdul Qadeer Khan - Expansion of Network - Dismantlement and Debriefings
... By the time the evidence against Qadeer Khan had surfaced, Qadeer Khan had become a public icon in the country and held the most prestigious science tier, the office of Science Adviser to the ... But, Qadeer Khan's open promotion of atomic bombs and missiles became an embarrassment to the Pakistan government, with the world becoming increasingly convinced that A.Q ... On 31 January 2004, Qadeer Khan was dismissed from his post, and the government launched a full-fledged investigation on Qadeer Khan to ostensibly "allow a fair investigation ...
Abdul Qadeer Khan - Proliferation of URENCO Technology
... See also Atomic proliferation Abdul Qadeer Khan then established an administrative proliferation network through Dubai to smuggle URENCO technology to Engineering Research ... an improvised but powerful version of the centrifugal machines, and Abdul Qadeer Khan had nothing to do with it ... Many of Qadeer Khan's colleagues were irritated that he seemed to enjoy taking full credit for something he had only a part in, and many of his fellow scientists were transferred back to PAEC as ...