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Description The Experimental Apparatus with which the team of">Otto Hahn,">Lise Meitner and">Fritz Strassmann discovered">Nuclear Fission in 1938.

The arrangement was originally in 3 separate rooms: irradiation, measurement, and chemistry at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Chemistry in Berlin.

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Date 28 May 2006, 07:48:46
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