Scientists Shot Neutrons at Everything... Then Nuclear Energy Happened (Part 1 of 3)





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Published on May 31, 2018

Discussions of nuclear energy and weapons are everywhere today, but how was nuclear fission even discovered?

Part 2 of 3 ft. Physics Girl (!!!) - https://youtu.be/gS8ImUjBjDE
Part 3 of 3 - https://youtu.be/-RHrZdOwblg

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A Legacy of Ashes: The Uranium Mines Of Eastern Germany
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“The Earth exploded into the nuclear age on 16 July 1945. On that day, the US tested a completely new type of weapon in the New Mexico desert.”

December 1938: Discovery of Nuclear Fission
“Trying to explain a puzzling finding made by nuclear chemist Otto Hahn in Berlin, Meitner and Frisch realized that something previously thought impossible was actually happening: that a uranium nucleus had split in two.”


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