Henry T. Sampson

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American engineer, inventor and film historian

Why Is Henry T. Sampson Influential?

According to Wikipedia, Henry Thomas Sampson Jr. was an American engineer, inventor and film historian who created the gamma-electric cell in 1972 — a device with the main goal of generating auxiliary power from the shieldinging of a nuclear reactor.

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