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John H. Martens was a research associate and chemist at the University of Chicago Met Lab and a member of the Special Engineer Detachment at Oak Ridge. After his discharge from the Army in 1946, he worked for the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission and was an editor for the Technical Information Service at Argonne National Laboratory.

John H. Martens's Timeline
1920 Mar 5th Born in Peoria, Illinois.
19421946 Worked on the Manhattan Project as a research associate and chemist at Chicago, Illinois and Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
2006 Apr 7th Died in Naperville, Illinois.

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