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Meitner

Lise . 1878--1968, Austrian nuclear physicist. With Hahn, she discovered protactinium (1918), and they demonstrated with F. Strassmann the fission of uranium
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In 1945, Lise Meitner wrote to Hahn, "It was clear to me that even you and [Max von] Laue had not grasped the real situation.
Einstein's famous letter to President Roosevelt, with the support of Enrico Fermi, stated that the work by Hahn and Meitner could be far-reaching and of strategic importance to the world, a discovery that could be a new form of energy that we could harness that could also lead to a new class of weapon far surpassing anything that man had ever seen.
LISE MEITNER AND THE DAWN OF THE NUCLEAR AGE: Patricia Rife (Boston: Birkhauser, 1999).
Moreover, it was Meitner who recognized the potential for a fission chain reaction.
Reserves: Alnwick Honcho, Blue Jordan, Cover Jenny, Eastcoast Dennis (W), Elwick Domanik (W), Jasons Belle, Limekiln Phoenix, Millview Fox, Mollys Clyde, Oghill Revenge, Sir Henry, Swift Bird, Swift Meitner, War Front.
The installation of 3 Solo Shows Revised is overseen by Jeroen Maes, artistic director of the Glazenhuis in Belgium where the de la Torres Brothers, American artist Richard Meitner and Czech Petr Stanicky were first invited to fill three very different spaces.
The Berlin of the 1920s was the city of Einstein, Planck, Fritz Haber, Walter Nernst, and Lisa Meitner.
The attendees included Bohr, Paul Dirac, Werner Heisenberg, Lise Meitner, Max Delbruck, and Paul Ehrenfest.
CONTACT: Elizabeth Meitner of Voices for America's Children, +1-202-289-0777 ext.
This phenomenon was later utilized by many scientists, including Otto Hahn and Lise Meitner, to separate daughter products in radioactive decay sequences, and hence identify new isotopes.
58 (480m): Swift Meitner, Queenies Maverik, Mollys Clyde, Colliery Deedee, Shellam Noah, Westend Roxy (W).
The other solo shows, revealing very different glass techniques, are by American Richard Meitner and Czech artist Petr Stanicky.