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A biography of the Austrian scientist whose discoveries in nuclear physics played a major part in developing atomic energy.
Bibliography: p. 187-188.
|LC Classifications||QC774.M4 C7 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||70090997|
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Surviving both World Wars and gender discrimination, Meitner was a pioneer at the forefront of her discipline involving the study of radio-elements and nuclear by: Lise Meitner () was a pioneer of nuclear physics and co-discoverer, with Otto Hahn and Fritz Strassmann, of nuclear fission.
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Braving the sexism of the scientific world, she joined the prestigious Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Chemistry and became a prominent member of the international physics community/5. His aunt, Lise Meitner, was a remarkable physicist who, beforewas working with German scientists.
These physicists and chemists were trying to split the atom and unlock the enormous energy contained within. However, Meitner was forced to flee from Germany in ’ About the Book. Lise Meitner () was a pioneer of nuclear physics and co-discoverer, with Otto Hahn and Fritz Strassmann, of nuclear fission.
Braving the sexism of the scientific world, she joined the prestigious Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Chemistry and became a prominent member of the international physics community.
Lise Meitner Dies; Atomic Pioneer, 89; Lise Meitner, Physicist, Is Dead; Paved Way for Splitting of Atom. TimesMachine is an exclusive benefit for home delivery and digital subscribers.
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Lise Meitner Atomic Pioneer. Author: Deborah Crawford ISBN: UOM Genre: Scientists. When sixty-year-old Lise Meitner fled Nazi Germany inshe carried with her nothing but a small valise and a deep, abiding passion for physics. Eight years later Meitner, co-discoverer with Otto Hahn and Fritz Strassmann of nuclear fission, watched as Hahn alone received the Nobel Prize for their joint research.
In telling the dramatic personal story of this extraordinary woman, Ruth Sime 5/5(2). Most significant, however, is the enthusiastic and responsible tracing of the major discoveries in physics from the early twentieth century until Dr.
Meitner's death inall particularly intelligible to inquiring lay minds because they are approached in the specific context of one life. Overnight, nuclear physicist Dr. Lise Meitner achieved fleeting popular fame as the Jewish Mother of the Lise Meitner, the Hero Refugee Scientist who stymied Nazi efforts to.
The dramatic splitting of the atom - nuclear fission - was a discovery that changed our world. Yet few know that it was a woman physicist, the Austrian Lise Meitner, who discovered the power of nuclear energy soon after her dramatic escape from Nazi Germany.
My mystery woman was Dr. Lise Meitner, an Austrian female scientist, a Jew, working at the highest levels of research at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute in Berlin.
I tore through her diaries and letters and discovered that her primary focus, along with that of her long-term partner, Otto Hahn, was radioactivity and nuclear : Jan Eliasberg. Biographical essays on 23 women who worked in atomic science during the first two decades of the 20th century, including Marie Curie, Lise Meitner, Irene Joliot-Curie, and a host of lesser-known women scientists whose life stories have never been told before.
"A well-researched, scholarly work that will make a significant contribution to both the history of science and the role of women in. Among the most outstanding yet under-celebrated of these pioneering women is the Austrian physicist Lise Meitner (November 7, –Octo ), who led the team that discovered nuclear fission but was excluded from the Nobel Prize for the discovery, and whose story I first encountered in Alan Lightman’s illuminating book The.
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When sixty-year-old Lise Meitner fled Nazi Germany inshe carried with her nothing but a small valise and a deep, abiding passion for physics. Eight years later Meitner, co-discoverer with Otto Hahn and Fritz Strassmann of nuclear fission, watched as Hahn alone received the Nobel Prize for their joint research.
In telling the dramatic personal story of this extraordinary woman, Ruth Sime. "Lise Meitner was the first woman to earn a Ph.
in physics at the University of Vienna, a pioneer in the research of radioactive processes and, together with her nephew Otto Robert Frisch, an interpreter of the process of nuclear fission in W hen Lise Meitner visited the United States for the first time inshe became the center of a media circus.
She was cast as the “Jewish mother of the [atomic] bomb,” based on a story in the Saturday Evening Post by William L. Laurence, who was given nearly exclusive access to the scientists at Los Alamos, the seat of the Manhattan Project.
The dramatic splitting of the atom—“nuclear fission”—was a discovery which changed our world. Yet few know that it was a woman physicist who discovered the power of nuclear energy just after her dramatic escape from Nazi Germany.
The irony of the story of Lise Meitner is that her laboratory partner of thirty years, Otto Hahn, who remained in Berlin throughout the Third Reich, was. ^ a b c "Lise Meitner Dies; Atomic Pioneer, Lise Meitner, Physicist, Is Dead.
Paved Way for Splitting of Atom". The New York Times. 28 October Retrieved 18 April Dr. Lise Meitner, the Austrian born nuclear physicist who first calculated the enormous energy released by splitting the uranium atom, died today in a Cambridge nursing Author: Yihtb. For the fascinating story of how a Jewish woman managed to enter a university, study physics, become one of the select few who understood Einstein’s theories, survive the Holocaust, and make the single discovery which ultimately gave the Allies a decisive victory in WWII, I refer the reader to: Lisë Meitner: Atomic Pioneer, Crown Publishers.
Buy Lise Meitner, atomic pioneer. by Deborah Crawford online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at $ Shop now. Lise Meitner The Mother of the Atom Bomb (Streaming Video): To historians, physicist Lise Meitner deserves to be placed with Einstein, Heisenberg, and Otto Hahn.
In the s on the verge of World War II, she led a small group of scientists who discovered that splitting the atomic nucleus of uranium releases enormous energy. This biography of Lise Meitner (), the Austrian Jewish female physicist at the heart of the discovery of nuclear fission, also looks at major developments in physics during her life.
Meitner was a colleague and friend of many giants of 20th century physics: Max Planck, her Berlin mentor, Einstein, von Laue, Marie Curie, Chadwick, Pauli. Lise Meitner was a brilliant Austrian physicist of Jewish decent, and a pacifist.
But her work on nuclear fission helped lay the groundwork for the building of the atomic bomb, the deadliest.
The following is an article from Uncle John's Supremely Satisfying Bathroom ReaderYou've heard of physics J. Robert Oppenheimer, the "father of the A-Bomb." But have you head of Lise Meitner. Her discovery of nuclear fission opened the door to the creation of the atom bomb, much to her regret.
Here's her OF SCHOOL Lise Meitner [wiki] was born in in Vienna, Austria. Albert Einstein, when called "the father of the bomb," protested that the bomb had no father but it had a mother, Lisë Meitner. On this day in history, November 7,Lisë Meitner was born in Vienna. She and Otto Hahn together discovered nuclear fission, but only Hahn won official recognition for the discovery with.
Contents page 1 — Without its discovery it would not have the atomic bomb page 2 — The physicist, it is proposed to the “German Jew”, and is in danger page 3 — 48 Times for the Nobel prize, but never excellent On a page.
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Lise Meitner: ein Leben für die Wissenschaft. [Patricia Rife] -- A biography of the pioneer atomic physicist Lise Meitner (), born to a Viennese Jewish family but baptized as a child.
In she was head of the section for radiation physics at the Kaiser. Deborah Meitner: Atomic York: Crown Publishing. pp. Bengt Meitner: En ra, Sweden: Gidlund.
Lise Meitner () - Was a pioneer of nuclear chemistry. She worked with Otto Hahn () for nearly 30 years. In the s they worked on uranium bombarded with neutrons, but they did not realise fission was occurring. InMeitner (who was Jewish) fled Nazi Germany to Sweden pins. Lise Meitner The Mother of the Atom Bomb (DVD): An exploration of Lise Meitner and her role in creating the atomic bomb during the s while also making a name for herself as a pioneer.
80 years ago, Otto Hahn and Lise Meitner made a discovery that led to nuclear weapons – yet Meitner was never given the recognition she deserved With every passing year our communal memory.
Lise Meitner’s career as a scientist spanned most of the heroic age of atomic physics, from the discovery of radioactivity in to the discovery of atomic fission in Born in Vienna inshe spent her working life in Berlin, where Einstein called her .LISE MEITNER: A Life In Physics By Ruth Lewin Sime University of California Press.
pp. $30 Go to the First Chapter of Lise Meitner: A Life In Physics Go to Chapter One: The Woman Behind the.Otto Hahn was a German chemist and pioneer in the fields of radioactivity and radiochemistry who won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in for the discovery of nuclear fission.
Lise Meitner Hahn's friend (a Jewish physicist who had been forced out of Germany by .