*  Ida Noddack - Wikipedia
Nuclear fission[edit]. Noddack correctly criticized Enrico Fermi's chemical proofs in his 1934 neutron bombardment experiments ... She was the first to mention the idea of nuclear fission in 1934.[3] With her husband Walter Noddack she discovered element 75 ... In so doing she presaged what would become known a few years later as nuclear fission. However Noddack offered no experimental ... to provide a first theoretical model and mathematical proof of what Frisch named nuclear fission (he coined this term). (Frisch ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ida_Noddack
*  JF Ptak Science Books: Stephens Bibliography on Nuclear Fission (1948)
... the bibliography from William Stephen's Nuclear Fission and Atomic Energy (published by the Science Press in 1948). The OCR... ... JF Ptak Science Books Reference Tools series Here's a very useful tool for the early days of nuclear fission and atomic energy ... 55, H24, 'Fis- sion of uranium and production of delayed emission by slow neutron bom- bardment. ' ' 259 NUCLEAR FISSION AND ... 19, 267 (1940), 'Nuclear fission.' K. K. Darrow, Proc. Am. Phil. Soc. 82, 351 (1940), 'Status of (atomic) nuclear theory.' K. K ...
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*  Norwegian heavy water sabotage - Wikipedia
A heavy water moderated nuclear reactor could be used to do nuclear fission research, and, ultimately, to breed plutonium from ... The first person who mentioned the idea of nuclear fission in 1934 was Ida Noddack. Four years after the Fermi publication, in ... The Germans would have needed a total of about 5 t (5.5 short tons) of heavy water to get a nuclear reactor running; while the ... With the benefit of hindsight, the consensus on the German wartime nuclear program is that it was a long way from producing a ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norwegian_heavy_water_sabotage
*  STEAMD: 2015
She helped discover nuclear fission, but was contentiously not awarded the 1944 Nobel alongside collaborator Otto Hahn. When ... She was the first to mention the idea of nuclear fission in 1934. With her husband Walter Noddack she discovered element 75, ... Otto Hahn and Fritz Strassmann performed the difficult experiments which isolated the evidence for nuclear fission at their ... explained the source of the tremendous releases of energy in nuclear fission, by the conversion of rest mass into kinetic ...
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*  Introduction to Modern Physics
Nuclear fission (1939), Nuclear reactor (1942), Semiconductor (1947), Transistor (1950).. Some of the topics mentioned in the ... The period commencing from about 1890 can be considered as the era of atomic physics and nuclear physics referred to as modern ... In 1911, Lord Rutherford*, a British physicist, proposed the basic structure of nuclear model of the atom. A brief account of ...
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*  Nuclear Files: Timeline of the Nuclear Age: 1934
He believes he has produced the first transuranic element but unknowingly achieves the world s first nuclear fission. ... "the liberation of nuclear energy for power production and other purposes through nuclear transmutation. " He proposes a "chain ... 1934. Next Enrico Fermi of Italy irradiates uranium with neutrons. ...
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*  Bruno Pontecorvo - Wikipedia
... in Fermi's famous experiment showing the properties of slow neutrons that led the way to the discovery of nuclear fission. He ... which were at the heart of nuclear reactor-and nuclear weapon-design. The American Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) ... After his defection to the Soviet Union in 1950, he worked at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR) in Dubna. He had ... to Fermi's famous experiment showing the properties of slow neutrons that led the way to the discovery of nuclear fission. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bruno_Pontecorvo
*  List of experiments - Wikipedia
... when nuclear fission was discovered by Otto Hahn and Fritz Strassmann) Enrico Fermi and Leó Szilárd build the first critical ... Otto Hahn and Fritz Strassmann discover the nuclear fission of uranium (1938). Glenn Theodore Seaborg and colleagues create and ... Otto Hahn discovers nuclear isomerism (1921). Albert Szent-Györgyi and Hans Adolf Krebs discover the citric acid cycle of ... Enrico Fermi and his team in Rome achieved a nuclear reaction (1934, although the results were not understood until 1938, ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_experiments
*  Properties of metals, metalloids and nonmetals - Wikipedia
The only element with a naturally occurring isotope capable of undergoing nuclear fission is uranium.[146] The capacity of ... but nevertheless presaged what would be known a few years later as nuclear fission. Her paper was generally ignored as, in 1925 ... Noddack 1934, p. 653. *^ Sacks 2001, p. 205: 'This story was told by Glenn Seaborg when he was presenting his recollections at ... In 1934, a team led by Enrico Fermi postulated that transuranic elements may have been produced as a result of bombarding ...
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*  Hesperium - Wikipedia
Following the discovery of nuclear fission in 1938, it was realized that Fermi's hesperium was a mixture of barium, krypton and ... History of nuclear fission Element name etymologies. Retrieved February 23, 2010. Enrico Fermi, Artificial radioactivity ... Sime, Ruth Lewin (2000). "The Search for Transuranium Elements and the Discovery of Nuclear Fission". Physics in Perspective. 2 ... was claimed by Enrico Fermi and a team of scientists at the University of Rome in 1934. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hesperium
*  Properties of metals, metalloids and nonmetals - Wikipedia
Uranium The only element with a naturally occurring isotope capable of undergoing nuclear fission is uranium. The capacity of ... but nevertheless presaged what would be known a few years later as nuclear fission. Her paper was generally ignored as, in 1925 ... Fluorine can be found in its elemental form, as an occlusion in the mineral antozonite In 1934, a team led by Enrico Fermi ... 1946, p. 19 Noddack 1934, p. 653 Sacks 2001, p. 205: 'This story was told by Glenn Seaborg when he was presenting his ...
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*  To the standard model - Ion Cotaescu
The neutron and the nuclear reactions and fission 1932-1934 James Chadwick (1881-1974) Enrico Fermi (1901-1954) the role of the ... Four fundamental interactions Gravitation Electromagnetic interaction Weak nuclear forces (decay) Strong nuclear forces … an ... neutrino in beta decay - weak force proton neutron neutrino the first nuclear reactor Spin 1/2 Spin ½ (massless) Hideki Yukawa ... 9. Quantum Mechanics 1926 -1934 Louis de Broglie (1892-1987) the Davisson and Germer experiment Erwin Schrodinger (1887-1961) ...
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*  Bohemium - Wikipedia
Both discoveries were proven wrong after the discovery of nuclear fission in 1938. But even before that time the discovery was ... Sime, Ruth Lewin (2000). "The Search for Transuranium Elements and the Discovery of Nuclear Fission". Physics in Perspective. 2 ... Stern, A. (1934). "The new element bohemium the origin of proto-actinium". Journal of the Society of Chemical Industry. 53: 581 ... Koblic, Odolen (1934). Chemiker Zeitung. 58: 683. Noddack, Ida (1934). "Über das Element 93". Angewandte Chemie. 47: 653. doi: ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bohemium
*  Ausonium - Wikipedia
Following the discovery of nuclear fission in 1938, it was realized that Fermi's discovery was actually a mixture of barium, ... Sime, Ruth Lewin (2000). "The Search for Transuranium Elements and the Discovery of Nuclear Fission". Physics in Perspective. 2 ... Fermi, E. (1934). "Possible Production of Elements of Atomic Number Higher than 92". Nature. 133 (3372): 898-899. Bibcode: ... Noddack, Ida (1934). "Über das Element 93". Angewandte Chemie. 47 (37): 653. doi:10.1002/ange.19340473707. Element name ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ausonium
*  Engelbert Broda - Wikipedia
From 1941 he worked at the Cavendish Laboratory, on radioactivity and nuclear fission. At this time he made intensive studies ... Broda became a member of the Pugwash movement, in support of nuclear disarmament. He also worked to propagate the use of solar ... who could have been a main Soviet source of information on British and American nuclear research. Broda was born in 1910 as the ... was the main Soviet source of information on British and American nuclear research. MI5 had suspected he was Alan Nunn May's ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Engelbert_Broda
*  Timeline of scientific discoveries - Wikipedia
Nuclear fission 1938 - Isidor Rabi: Nuclear magnetic resonance 1943 - Oswald Avery proves that DNA is the genetic material of ... Vela nuclear test detection satellites discover the first gamma-ray burst 1971 - Place cells in the brain are discovered by ... Sagittarius A 1934 - Clive McCay: Calorie restriction extends the maximum lifespan of another species 1938 - Otto Hahn, Lise ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_scientific_discoveries
*  List of chemists - Wikipedia
... discoverer of nuclear fission, 1944 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, father of nuclear chemistry John Scott Haldane (1860-1936), ... Known for foundational work in three-dimensional protein and nucleic acid structure determination by nuclear magnetic resonance ... Nuclear Chemist and Elementary Particle Physicist, Nobel Prize in Physics 1938 Hermann Emil Fischer (1852-1919), 1902 Nobel ... American nuclear chemist Francis William Aston (1877-1945), 1922 Nobel Prize in Chemistry Amedeo Avogadro (1776-1856), Italian ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_chemists
*  Timeline of nuclear weapons development - Wikipedia
... and confirmed by North Korea leader Kim Jong-Un History of Nuclear Weapons Nuclear Weapons Nuclear Fission Nuclear Fusion. ... catalog of the evolution of nuclear weapons rooting from the development of the science surrounding nuclear fission and nuclear ... This is correctly interpreted by Lise Meitner and her nephew Otto Robert Frisch as nuclear fission. 1939 - January - Otto ... A sixth nuclear test, at Kharan, was a plutonium device. 2003 - North Korea announces that it has several nuclear explosives. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_nuclear_weapons_development
*  Women in science - Wikipedia
Lise Meitner played a major role in the discovery of nuclear fission. As head of the physics section at the Kaiser Wilhelm ... thereby demonstrating the occurrence of nuclear fission. The possibility that Fermi's bombardment of uranium with neutrons in ... Maria Goeppert-Mayer was the second female Nobel Prize winner in Physics, for proposing the nuclear shell model of the atomic ... Nobel Prize for chemistry with her husband Frédéric Joliot for their work in radioactive isotopes leading to nuclear fission. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Women_in_science
*  Oscar D'Agostino - Wikipedia
That led the way to the discovery of nuclear fission, and later on to the construction of the first atomic bomb. (in Italian) O ... Mephite, 2002 Radioactive decay Nuclear chain reaction Slow neutron Via Panisperna boys Enrico Fermi (in Italian) Enrico Fermi ... In 1934 he contributed to Fermi's experiment (that gave Fermi the possibility to win the Nobel Prize in 1938) to showing the ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oscar_D'Agostino
*  IUCr) The early development of neutron diffraction: science in the wings of the Manhattan Project
Fermi emigrated to the United States in 1939, arriving just as the news of Hahn and Strassmann's discovery of nuclear fission ... Weinberg, A. M. (1994). The First Nuclear Era: The Life and Times of a Technological Fixer. New York: American Institute of ... Fermi took part in early experiments on the fission of uranium by neutron bombardment at Columbia University (Anderson et al., ... Agnew, H. (2012). The Dawn of the Nuclear Age, Director's Special Symposium: CP-1 70th Anniversary, Argonne National Laboratory ...
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*  Nuclear fission - Wikipedia
In nuclear physics and nuclear chemistry, nuclear fission is either a nuclear reaction or a radioactive decay process in which ... Nuclear technology portal Energy portal Cold fission Hybrid fusion/fission Nuclear fusion Nuclear propulsion Photofission M. G ... Nuclear fission produces energy for nuclear power and drives the explosion of nuclear weapons. Both uses are possible because ... Many types of nuclear reactions are currently known. Nuclear fission differs importantly from other types of nuclear reactions ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_fission
*  Periodic Table of Elements: Los Alamos National Laboratory
... the use of uranium fission in the first nuclear weapon used in war and later in the peaceful use of uranium as fuel in nuclear ... This generates the heat in nuclear power reactors, and produces the fissile material for nuclear weapons. This nuclear ... In 1972 French physicist Francis Perrin discovered ancient and no longer active prehistoric natural nuclear fission reactors in ... While uranium-238 has a small probability for spontaneous fission or even induced fission with fast neutrons, uranium-235 and ...
  http://periodic.lanl.gov/92.shtml
*  Plutonium - Wikipedia
Nuclear fission was discovered in Germany in 1938 by Otto Hahn and Fritz Strassmann. The mechanism of fission was then ... These so-called 'hydrogen bombs' are a variety of nuclear weapon that use a fission bomb to trigger the nuclear fusion of heavy ... "Can Reactor Grade Plutonium Produce Nuclear Fission Weapons?". Council for Nuclear Fuel Cycle Institute for Energy Economics, ... Disposal of plutonium waste from nuclear power plants and dismantled nuclear weapons built during the Cold War is a nuclear- ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plutonium