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Fri Mar 21 17:13:19 2014 UTClccn-n810156380.06Lise Meitner : discoverer of nuclear fission /0.400.96Atomenergie und Frieden64160163Lise_Meitnern 81015638561511Meitner 1878-1968Meitner, L. (Lise), 1878-1968Meitner, Lisa 1878-1968Meitner, Liseマイトナー, リーゼlccn-n95069792Sime, Ruth Lewin1939-lccn-n50019693Hahn, Otto1879-1968hnrlccn-no97071203Rife, Patricialccn-n80034088Laue, Max von1879-1960hnrlccn-n79022889Einstein, Albert1879-1955hnrlccn-n98055767Barron, Rachellccn-n83182148Frisch, Otto Robert1904-edtlccn-nr94017056Hamilton, Janetlccn-n50034971Hermann, Armin1933-lccn-n50017157Crawford, DeborahMeitner, Lise1878-1968BiographyHistoryRecords and correspondenceExhibition catalogsMeitner, Lise,Women physicistsAustriaGermanyPhysicistsNuclear physicsNuclear fissionNuclear physicistsPhysicsHahn, Otto,Laue, Max von,Einstein, Albert,Chemistry, Physical and theoreticalRadiationCurie, Marie,Gaposchkin, Cecilia Helena Payne,RadioactivityQuantum theoryWomen in scienceKaiser Wilhelm-Gesellschaft zur Förderung der WissenschaftenNational socialism and scienceHumboldt-Universität zu BerlinFriedrich-Wilhelms-Universität BerlinUraniumAtomsNeutronsThoriumGermany (West)Nobel PrizesNuclear energyScienceNuclear chemistryMathematicsGamma raysBotanistsWomen botanistsNuclear physics--ResearchChemistry18781968190619091913191419151918191919201921192419251926192719281929193019311932193319341935193619381939194019421943194519461948194919541959196219631965196719681969197119741978197919821983198419861988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082010201120126910173265BQC774.M4ocn299612858ocn633908451ocn247000643ocn310824683ocn722059031ocn723130265888ocn005322147book19350.90Meitner, LiseDer Aufbau der Atomkerne; natürliche und künstliche Kernumwandlungen845ocn027881196book19920.73Ernst, SabineLise Meitner an Otto Hahn : Briefe aus den Jahren 1912 bis 1924 : Edition und KommentierungRecords and correspondence705ocn006358064book19790.70Feier der 100. Geburtstage von Albert Einstein, Otto Hahn, Lise Meitner, Max von LaueBiography673ocn011266123book19590.79Beiträge zur Physik und Chemie des 20. Jahrhunderts : Lise Meitner, Otto Hahn, Max von Laue zum 80 Geburstag505ocn019942308book19390.95Meitner, LiseOn the products of the fission of uranium and thorium under neutron bombardment372ocn005299356book19260.93Meitner, LiseAtomvorgänge und ihre Sichtbarmachung; Vortrag gehalten in der Münchner Chemischen Gesellschaft am 16. Juli 1925283ocn247460927book19980.59Meitner, LiseLise Meitner-Max von Laue : Briefwechsel 1938-1948Records and correspondence271ocn064975290book19890.50Stolz, WernerOtto Hahn, Lise Meitner252ocn315159294book20050.59Meitner, LiseErinnerungen an Otto Hahn : mit Beiträgen von Mitarbeitern und WeggefährtenRecords and correspondence224ocn177090247rcrd20030.35Meitner, LiseDie Frau in der Wissenschaft OriginaltonaufnahmenLise Meitner (1878-1968) ist die große Dame, man möchte sagen selbstbewusste Verkörperung des Weiblichen in der Wissenschaft ihrer Zeit und eine der ersten Frauen (in) der Physik. Über viele Jahre forschte und lehrte sie an der Seite von Otto Hahn bevor sie, von den Nationalsozialisten aus Berlin vertrieben, 1938 nach Schweden emigrieren muss. Führend in ihren Arbeiten auf dem Gebiet der Kernphysik und Radioaktivität, war sie maßgeblich an der Entdeckung und theoretischen Deutung der Kernspaltung beteiligt. Angebote, zum Bau der Atombombe in die Vereinigten Staaten zu gehen, lehnte sie ab. Die hier versammelten Tonaufnahmen vergegenwärtigen den Werdegang dieser so bemerkenswerten, eigentlich öffentlichkeitsscheuen Frau, der zugleich auch Zeugnis einer geglückten Askese ist - eines Lebens für die Forschung185ocn036212814book19540.96Meitner, LiseAtomenergie und Frieden181ocn250830725book19690.66Akademische Gedenkfeier zu Ehren von Otto Hahn und Lise Meitner am 21. Februar 1969 in Berlin181ocn699849560book20100.81Meitner, LiseBande der Freundschaft : Lise Meitner - Elisabeth Schiemann; kommentierter Briefwechsel 1911 - 1947BiographyRecords and correspondence121ocn299612858book19590.47Beiträge zur Physik und Chemie des 20. Jahrhunderts : Lise Meitner, Otto Hahn, Max von Laue zum 80. Geburtstag81ocn011772220art19240.94Meitner, LiseDer Zusammenhang zwischen [beta]- und [gamma]-Strahlen71ocn237828387book20030.53Lise Meitner zum 125. Geburtstag : Ausstellungskatalog : Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, Preussischer Kulturbesitz, 7. November-13. Dezember 2003Exhibition catalogs63ocn500606697book19590.47Beitrage zur Physik und Chemie des 20 Jahrhunderts51ocn221963316book19980.66Rife, PatriciaLise Meitner and the dawn of the nuclear ageHistoryBiography"Lise Meitner was the first woman to earn a Ph.D. 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 1938. She was a colleague and friend of many of the giants of 20th century physics: Max Planck, her Berlin mentor; Albert Einstein; Max von Laue; and Niels Bohr, to mention only a few. Yet at the end of World War II, her colleague of thirty years, radiochemist Otto Hahn alone was awarded the 1944 Nobel Prize in chemistry for the "discovery" of nuclear fission - a discovery based on years of research in which Meitner was directly involved before her secret escape from Nazi Germany." "In this biography, Patricia Rife interprets both the life and times of Lise Meitner (1878-1968), providing a rich background of the scientific discoveries and social milieu that affected the research, events, personalities, and politics of 20th century quantum physics. Rife asks the central question of why, given the historical evidence of Meitner's role in the interpretation of nuclear fission, was she too not awarded the Nobel Prize?"--BOOK JACKET+-+K78281263542ocn844893445book19860.37Kerner, CharlotteLise, Atomphysikerin : die Lebensgeschichte der Lise MeitnerHistoryBiography43ocn494156766book19590.76Rosenblum, SalomonTrends in atomic physics; essays dedicated to Lise Meitner, Otto Hahn, Max von Laue on the occasion of their 80th birthday29386ocn032893857book19960.31Sime, Ruth LewinLise Meitner : a life in physicsBiographyTraces the life of a Jewish physicist who had to flee Nazi Germany, codiscovered nuclear fission with Otto Hahn and Fritz Strassmann, but was denied recognition when the work received a Nobel Prize+-+45135757057967ocn038130718book19990.66Rife, PatriciaLise Meitner and the dawn of the nuclear ageHistoryBiography"Lise Meitner was the first woman to earn a Ph.D. 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 1938. She was a colleague and friend of many of the giants of 20th century physics: Max Planck, her Berlin mentor; Albert Einstein; Max von Laue; and Niels Bohr, to mention only a few. Yet at the end of World War II, her colleague of thirty years, radiochemist Otto Hahn alone was awarded the 1944 Nobel Prize in chemistry for the "discovery" of nuclear fission - a discovery based on years of research in which Meitner was directly involved before her secret escape from Nazi Germany." "In this biography, Patricia Rife interprets both the life and times of Lise Meitner (1878-1968), providing a rich background of the scientific discoveries and social milieu that affected the research, events, personalities, and politics of 20th century quantum physics. Rife asks the central question of why, given the historical evidence of Meitner's role in the interpretation of nuclear fission, was she too not awarded the Nobel Prize?"--BOOK JACKET+-+K7828126353881ocn042619618book20000.06Barron, RachelLise Meitner : discoverer of nuclear fissionJuvenile worksBiographyA biography of the Austrian scientist whose discoveries in nuclear physics played a major part in developing atomic energy+-+37019383363211ocn046731111book20020.06Hamilton, JanetLise Meitner : pioneer of nuclear fissionJuvenile worksBiographyCaptures the devastation and terror of that frightful dayof April 1, 1946. Also included are explanations of the geophysics of tsunamis and how scientists predict future tsunami events+-+41326511252673ocn000052172book19690.21Crawford, DeborahLise Meitner, atomic pioneerA biography of the Austrian scientist whose discoveries in nuclear physics played a major part in developing atomic energy2433ocn001547540book19590.76Rosenblum, SalomonTrends in atomic physics; essays dedicated to Lise Meitner, Otto Hahn, Max von Laue on the occasion of their 80th birthday2251ocn298325734book20100.06Venezia, MikeLise Meitner : had the right vision about nuclear fissionJuvenile worksBiographyProfiles the life and career of nuclear physicist Lise Meitner+-+01225768052074ocn005764117book19790.73Hermann, ArminThe new physics : the route into the atomic age : in memory of Albert Einstein, Max von Laue, Otto Hahn, Lise MeitnerHistoryBiography1061ocn012196220book19840.53Making contributions : an historical overview of women's role in physics745ocn747797417visu20050.73Reed, RosemarieThe path to nuclear fissionHistoryBiographyThis absorbing film details the story of a brilliant Jewish woman, Lise Meitner, who made scientific history when she and her collaborator, Otto Hahn, discovered nuclear fission in 1938. Yet her forced emigration from Nazi Germany meant that Otto Hahn would never credit her contribution when he was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1944. Lise Meitner, a shy young physics student from Vienna, and the worldly Otto Hahn, a chemist, became close friends and colleagues in 1907. At the time, the nature of atoms and elements was still poorly understood. Their collaboration benefited from their separate disciplines. Meitner and Hahn s first period of joint research culminated in their discovery of the "missing" radioactive element, protactinium, in 1918. Meitner was a pioneer in the field that became known as nuclear physics. She published the first theoretical interpretation of the fission process, calculated the enormous energy released and coined the name "fission" which was instantly accepted by the physics community. Lise Meitner became prominent within a circle of colleagues that included Einstein, Max Planck, and Niels Bohr. Although their names became household words, few people know of her contributions652ocn143599539book20070.63Vogt, AnnetteVom Hintereingang zum Hauptportal? : Lise Meitner und ihre Kolleginnen an der Berliner Universität und in der Kaiser-Wilhelm-GesellschaftHistory651ocn005353613book19790.59Hermann, ArminDie neue Physik : d. Weg in d. Atomzeitalter : zum Gedenken an Albert Einstein, Max von Laue, Otto Hahn, Lise MeitnerHistoryBiography582ocn051566641book20030.07Bankston, JohnLise Meitner and the Atomic AgeJuvenile worksBiographyA biography of the twentieth-century Austrian scientist who, despite facing discrimination as a Jew and a female, made discoveries in nuclear physics which played a major part in the development of atomic energy+-+5157069306522ocn027368024book19900.35Rife, PatriciaLise Meitner : ein Leben für die WissenschaftBiography401ocn046962783book19980.59Meitner, LiseLise Meitner-Max von Laue : Briefwechsel 1938-1948Records and correspondence403ocn017291700book19860.37Kerner, CharlotteLise, Atomphysikerin : die Lebensgeschichte der Lise MeitnerHistoryBiography372ocn049286440book20020.39Sexl, LoreLise MeitnerBiography303ocn007169218book19790.66Reden zum 100. Geburtstag von Einstein, Hahn, Meitner, von Laue, gehalten am 1. März 1979 in BerlinBiography301ocn000553011book19690.66Akademische Gedenkfeier zu Ehren von Otto Hahn und Lise Meitner am 21. Februar 1969 in Berlin212ocn061264692visu19920.28Who found the missing link? a gift from heavenBiographyTells the story of Lise Meitner and the work that led to the splitting of the atom, along with Max Planck, Leo Szilard, Albert Einstein, Enrico Fermi, Fritz Strassmann and Otto Hahn, who took credit for Meitner's work . Documents the various experiments and measurements that led to controlled nuclear fission+-+K782812635+-+K782812635Fri Mar 21 15:14:41 EDT 2014batch26629