Otto Hahn

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Noun1.Otto Hahn - German chemist who was co-discoverer with Lise Meitner of nuclear fission (1879-1968)
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1879: Otto Hahn, German physicist and chemist, was born.
Otto Hahn Reaschule: Production kitchen and hot expenditure for Otto Hahn secondary school and Scheffelgymnasium + Vesperangebot in the school kiosk in the morning.
In 1944, Meitners contributions to the understanding of nuclear fission were ignored in favor of her longtime partners Otto Hahn.
Sus santos eran los esposos Curie (incluyendo a esa genial mujer que fue Marie Sklodowska) o cientificos como Max Planck, Lord Rutherford, Enrico Fermi, Otto Hahn y la olvidada y tragica Lise Meitner que es quiza la madre teorica de la bomba.
As she was about to depart, Otto Hahn gave Meitner a diamond ring inherited from his mother as an emergency fund.
In 1938, Otto Hahn (1879-1968), collaborating with Fritz Strassmann in Germany and Lise Meitner (who escaped to the US in 1938), discovered nuclear fission, producing barium after bombarding uranium with neutrons.
Despite her pivotal role, Lise Meitner was passed over by the Nobel committee, which awarded the 1944 award for the discovery of fission solely to her colleague Otto Hahn back in Nazi Germany--a dark moment in Nobel history, during a dark moment in human history.
17, 1938, German chemists Otto Hahn and Fritz Strassmann discovered nuclear fission by splitting the nuclei of uranium into lighter elements while performing experiments in Berlin.
wrote this article, Otto Hahn, Lise Meitner, and their colleagues achieved (and explained) nuclear fission.
Former Hiroshima Mayor Tadatoshi Akiba will receive the 2013 Otto Hahn Peace Medal, a prominent German honor, the United Nations Association of Germany said Tuesday.
1879: German physicist and chemist Otto Hahn was born.
Involved in intelligence during World War I, Augustine took part in a mission to capture some leading German scientists, including Otto Hahn, the discoverer of the nuclear fission principle.