1. Daniela Monaldi (2013). Professor Pontecorvo, Concerned Scientist or Notorious Spy? Science, Secrecy, and Identity in the Atomic Age. Metascience 22 (3):599-602.
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  2. Daniela Monaldi (2009). A Note on the Prehistory of Indistinguishable Particles. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B 40 (4):383-394.
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  3. Daniela Monaldi (2005). Life of Μ: The Observation of the Spontaneous Decay of Mesotrons and its Consequences, 1938–1947. Annals of Science 62 (4):419-455.
    Summary The mesotrons, or mesons, were the first elementary particles observed to be inherently unstable. This essay offers a reconstruction of the stream of researches related to mesotron decay, and examines how these researches shaped some of the basic concepts and practices of the emerging field of particle physics. Mass measurements could not settle the question of whether the mesons were a homogeneous kind of particles or an assortment of particles with different masses. The assumption of a single mass prevailed (...)
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