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  1. Otto Hahn: Achievement and Responsibility by Klaus Hoffmann, 2001-04-15
  2. Otto Hahn: A scientific autobiography by Otto Hahn, 1967
  3. Otto Hahn by Ernst Berninger, 1969
  4. Erinnerungen an Otto Hahn by Lise Meitner, 2005-01-31
  5. Otto Hahn, 1879-1968: Ein Forscherleben unserer Zeit (Grosse Naturforscher) (German Edition) by Walther Gerlach, 1984
  6. Interaction studies in nuclei: Proceedings of an international symposium held at the Max-Planck-Institute for Chemistry (Otto-Hahn-Institute) in Mainz, ... Physics Division, February 17 to 20, 1975
  7. Schuld und Verantwortung: Otto Hahn - Konflikte eines Wissenschaftlers (German Edition) by Klaus Hoffmann, 1993-08-31
  8. Otto Hahn and the Story of Nuclear Fission (Unlocking the Secrets of Science) by Jim Whiting, 2003-12
  9. Otto Hahn and the Rise of Nuclear Physics (The Western Ontario Series in Philosophy of Science)
  10. Otto Hahn: Begr. d. Atomzeitalters : e. Biographie in Bildern u. Dokumenten (German Edition)
  11. Von Der Uranspaltung Zur Gottinger Erklarung: Otto Hahn, Werner Heisenberg, Carl Friedrich Von Weizsacker Und Die Verantwortung Des Wissenschaftlers (German Edition) by Elisabeth Kraus, 2001-01
  12. Herve & Richard Di Rosa (French Edition) by Otto Hahn, 1990
  13. Hahn/Dzewas, Mathematik für die Sekundarstufe II, Grundkurs Analysis by Otto Hahn, Jürgen Dzewas, 1997-01-01
  14. Hahn/Dzewas, Mathematik, EURO, 7. Schuljahr by Otto Hahn, Jürgen Dzewas, et all 2000-10-01

1. Chemistry 1944
(1879 1968) 1944 nobel Prize in Chemistry for his discovery of the fission of heavy nuclei. Germany, Category Science Chemistry Inorganic People......The nobel Prize in Chemistry 1944. for his discovery of the fission of heavynuclei . otto hahn. Germany. otto hahn Biography nobel Lecture Other Resources.
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1944
"for his discovery of the fission of heavy nuclei" Otto Hahn Germany Kaiser-Wilhelm-Institut (now Max-Planck Institut) für Chemie
Berlin-Dahlem, Germany b.1879
d.1968 The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1944
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2. Chemistry 1944
(1879 1968) 1944 nobel Prize in Chemistry for his discovery of the fission of heavy nuclei. Germany, Kaiser-Wilhelm-Institut (now Max-Planck Institut) f¼r Chemie, Berlin, Germany
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1944
"for his discovery of the fission of heavy nuclei" Otto Hahn Germany Kaiser-Wilhelm-Institut (now Max-Planck Institut) für Chemie
Berlin-Dahlem, Germany b.1879
d.1968 The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1944
Presentation Speech
Otto Hahn
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The 1944 Prize in:


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3. Otto Hahn - Biography
had one son, Hanno, born in 1922, killed by accident in 1960. FromNobel Lectures, Chemistry 19421962. otto hahn died in 1968.
Otto Hahn was born on 8th March, 1879, at Frankfurt-on-Main. He attended the secondary high school there until he matriculated.
From 1897 Hahn studied chemistry at Marburg and Munich , taking his doctorate examination in 1901 at Marburg and submitting to Professor Theodor Zincke a thesis on organic chemistry.
He obtained a post as assistant in the Chemical Institute at Marburg, staying there two years, after which he worked under Sir William Ramsay at University College, London , from the autumn of 1904 to the following summer. His work here was rewarded by the discovery of a new radioactive substance, radiothorium, while working on the preparation of pure radium salts.
From the autumn of 1905 to the summer of the following year Hahn was at the Physical Institute of McGill University , Montreal (Canada) working under Professor Ernest Rutherford.

4. Otto Hahn Winner Of The 1944 Nobel Prize In Chemistry
otto hahn, a nobel Prize Laureate in Chemistry, at the nobel PrizeInternet Archive. otto hahn. 1944 nobel Laureate in Chemistry
1944 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry
    for his discovery of the fission of heavy nuclei.

    Residence: Germany
    Affiliation: Kaiser-Wilhelm-Institut, now Max-Planck Institut für Chemie, Berlin-Dahlem
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ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF nobel PRIZE LAUREATES IN CHEMISTRY. Name, Year Awarded.Alder, Kurt, 1950. Haber, Fritz, 1918. hahn, otto, 1944. Harden, Sir Arthur, 1929.
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6. Hahn, Otto
hahn, otto. otto hahn. He was awarded the nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1944 andshared the Enrico Fermi Award in 1966 with Strassmann and Lise Meitner.

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8. Otto Hahn
otto hahn was the chemist whose discovery of nuclear fission ultimately led of Strassmannand Meitner, it was hahn who was awarded the 1944 nobel Prize in
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9. Otto Hahn (1879-1968)
By that time, otto hahn began to work with Lisa Meitner In 1935, together with Meitnerand Strassman, hahn began to this work he was awarded the nobel Prize of
Otto Hahn (1879-1968) German chemist, was born in March 8th 1879, in Frankfurt-am-Main, and died in July 28th 1968, in Goettingen. Studied Chemistry in Munich and in the University of Marburgh, where he finished his Ph.D. thesis, in 1901, in Organic Chemistry. In 1905, working with Sir William Ramsay in London, discovered the radioisotope radio-thorium. In 1907, working with Rutherford in Canada, discovered the radio-actinium. During this collaboration, he decided to abandon Organic Chemistry in favor of the chemistry of radioactive substances. When Hahn returned to Germany, continued his research in the Emil Fischer Institute, in Berlin. There, he discovered meso-thorium, used instead of radium in medical applications. By that time, Otto Hahn began to work with Lisa Meitner. In 1912, entered the Kaiser Wilhelm Chemistry Institute, in Berlin-Dahlem. Hahn and his co-workers at that institute discovered protactinium . They still proved the existence of nuclear isomers; calculated the age of the Earth through natural radioactivity and improved the methods of high-speed chemical analysis used in short half-life isotope studies. In 1935, together with Meitner and Strassman, Hahn began to work in

10. Otto Hahn (1879-1968)
Translate this page Por esta altura, otto hahn começou a trabalhar com a Em 1935, com Meitner e Strassman,hahn começou a trabalho foi-lhe atribuído o Prémio nobel da Química
Químico alemão nascido a 8 de Março de 1879 em Frankfurt-am-Main e falecido a 28 de Julho de 1968 em Goettingen. Estudou Química em Munique e na Universidade de Marburg, onde se doutorou, em 1901, em Química orgânica. Em 1905 descobriu, quando trabalhava sob direcção de Sir William Ramsay em Londres, o isótopo radioactivo radiotório. Em 1907, quando trabalhava com Rutherford , no Canadá, descobriu o radioactínio. Foi durante esta colaboração que decidiu renunciar à Química orgânica em favor da Química das substâncias radioactivas. Ao voltar à Alemanha, Hahn continuou as suas investigações no Instituto Emil Fischer em Berlin. Aí descobriu o mesotório, que por algum tempo substituiu o rádio em aplicações médicas. Por esta altura, Otto Hahn começou a trabalhar com a física Lise Meitner. Em 1912 associou-se ao Instituto de Química Kaiser Wilhelm em Berlin-Dahlem. Hahn e os seus colaboradores nesse instituto descobriram o protactínio e mostraram ser esta a substância mãe da série dos actinídeos. Provaram ainda a existência de isómeros nucleares; estimaram a idade da Terra a partir da radioactividade natural; e melhoraram os métodos de análises químicas de alta velocidade que são empregues para estudar isótopos de vidas médias muito curtas. Em 1935, com Meitner e Strassman, Hahn começou a trabalhar no bombardeamento de

11. Otto Hahn
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    Bibliographie LUFT, Robert. Dictionnaire des corps purs simples de la chimie , Nantes, Cultures et Techniques, 1997, 391 p. [CD-ROM]. Microsoft Corporation, 1999. [CD-ROM]. Microsoft Corporation, 1999. [CD-ROM]. Microsoft Corporation, 1999. Hahn Otto , [En ligne]. Adresse URL: Otto Hahn , [En ligne]. Adresse URL: Figures in Radiation History , [En ligne]. Adresse URL: Otto Hahn (1879-1968) , [En ligne]. Adresse URL: Recherche : Karine Richard,
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12. Otto Hahn, Lise Meitner, And Fritz Strassmann
discovery of nuclear fission, reprinted by The ChemTeam at DiamondBar High School. otto hahn biography from the nobel e-Museum.

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    In 1938 Otto Hahn (1879–1968), Lise Meitner (1878–1968), and Fritz Strassmann (1902–1980) were the first to recognize that the uranium atom under bombardment by neutrons, actually split. With doctorate in hand from the University of Marburg in Germany, Hahn intended to make a career as an industrial chemist in a company with international business connections. He traveled to England to improve his English-language skills and found a job as an assistant in William Ramsay's laboratory at University College, London. Hahn quickly demonstrated his great skill as an experimentalist by isolating radioactive thorium. After working with Ernest Rutherford in Montreal, he joined Emil Fischer's institute at the University of Berlin, where he rose through the faculty ranks. Otto Hahn Hahn went in search of a collaborator with whom to pursue studies in experimental radioactivity and teamed up with Lise Meitner. She had come to Berlin to attend Max Planck's lectures in theoretical physics after receiving her doctorate in physics from the University of Vienna in 1905—the second doctorate in science from that university granted to a woman. In the first year of the Hahn–Meitner partnership they had to work in a remodeled carpenter's shop because the university did not yet accept women on an official basis. In 1912 their research group was relocated to the new Kaiser Wilhelm Gesellschaft, where Fritz Haber was head of the physical chemistry institute, Hahn was head of the radioactivity institute, and from 1918, Meitner was head of the radioactivity institute's physics department. During World War I, Hahn served in the German gas warfare service headed by Haber, and Meitner volunteered as an X-ray nurse for the Austrian army.

13. Prix Nobel De 1940 à 1944
Translate this page 1942 Aucun prix nobel n'a été attribué. 1943 George de Hevesy (1885- 1966). 1944 otto hahn (1879 - 1968). 1943. George de Hevesy.
P rix Nobel de 1940 à 1944 Aucun prix Nobel n'a été attribué. Aucun prix Nobel n'a été attribué. Aucun prix Nobel n'a été attribué. George de Hevesy Otto Hahn
1943. George de Hevesy
Pour ses travaux sur l'utilisation des isotopes comme traceurs dans l'étude des processus chimiques. (Leprix de 1943 ne sera remis qu'en 1944.) (Budapest, 1885 - Fribourg-en-Brisgau, 1966) On raconte (sa fille l'a confirmé) qu'à cette époque il habitait dans une pension de famille à Copenhague; comme il avait l'impression que l'on resservait de jour en jour les restes des plats en les accommodant de façon nouvelle, il ajouta pour en avoir la certitude du radium D aux reliefs du repas, et put ainsi suivre les transformations successives du ragoût en hachis, puis en soupe! En collaboration avec F. Paneth, à l'Institut du Radium à Vienne, il met au point en 1913 uae méthode utilisant les radioisotopes comme traceurs dans les réactions chimiques, Il accepte alors un poste de chargé de cours à l'Université de Budapest, où il poursuit ses recherches avec les professeurs Groh et Zechmeister. La déclaration de guerre de 1914 le trouve en Hollande; il rejoint bient6t l'équipe de H. J. G. Moseley à Oxford, alors que ce dernier vient de publier sa fameuse loi concernant les spectres de rayons X des éléments, qui permet d'en déterminer ou d'en contr61er le numéro atomique : les travaux du groupe oxfordien correspondent en effet à ses propres préoccupations. De retour à Budapest en 1918, il est nommé professeur.

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15. Otto Hahn
The man who helped to find this process and make all of these eventspossible, otto hahn, won a nobel Prize for his efforts. However
Otto Hahn
The end of World War II, the Cold War, and nuclear power all have one thing in common. They all came as a direct result of a discovery made at the end of 1938, a controlled nuclear reaction from the splitting of atoms from heavy nuclei. The man who helped to find this process and make all of these events possible, Otto Hahn, won a Nobel Prize for his efforts. However, this man has also done many other interesting things in his life besides his efforts to win the Nobel Prize, including trying to stop some of the effects of his discovery. He has had a family and has had to live through some interesting times, especially during and after the end of World War II. Otto Hahn was born in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, on March 8, 1879. He was the youngest of four children in the family of Heinrich and Charlotte Hahn. His father was an artisan who owned and grew a small business, which still exists today as Glasbau Heinrich Hahn. During his childhood, Otto was a sickly boy with such infirmities like asthma, angina, diphtheria, and pneumonia. He had to deal with these problems until he became a teenager when he grew out of these sicknesses. As a student in high school, Otto was a good student, but not the greatest. However, it was here where he started to gain his interest in chemistry. (3) At fifteen, he started to do some chemical "experiments" in his laundry room. His interest continued to grow as the years went by as evident when he entered an evening class on "Organic Dyestuffs" at the forerunner of what would become Frankfurt University. The interesting thing is that he did this when he was at the German equivalent of a senior in high school (3).

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17. History - Main - Scientist Pioneers
3, Frisch, otto, Discovery of Fission, Austria. 2,3, hahn, otto, Discoveryof Fission, Germany. 2, Heisenberg, Werner, nobel Prize Physics 1932, Germany.
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"The decisive assaults upon mankind now proceed from the drawing boards and the laboratory" - Alfred Doblin (1919) The below (31) individuals laid the foundation for nuclear physics in the early part of the 20th century. Prior to World War II, it was common for many of these individuals to collaborate on some of the most important discoveries of the time. However, when Hitler rose to power in the early 30's, many of those deemed "non-Aryan" made their way to America and played a prominent role in the Manhattan Project. In retrospect, these early policies sowed the "seeds of defeat" for Nazi Germany. Those names hi-lighted in GRAY worked on the Manhattan Project. Web Master's Note: The Hall of Fame Directory - II contains a listing of 60 + Hall of Fame members who were directly or indirectly involved in the Manhattan Project. Please "click" on the button below to move to that directory. Note Name Major Contribution/Award Country Bohr, Niels

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19. Otto Hahn - Wikipedia
Chemistry, but at the awards ceremony the chairman of the nobel Committee for Theworld's first nuclearpowered merchant ship, NS otto hahn, was named in his

20. Nobel Prize In Chemistry - Wikipedia
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