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Yale-University Yangzhou Museum. Freistehende Vitrine. On 28 September he made the acquaintance of the Austrian physicist Lise Meitner who was almost the same age, who had transferred from Vienna to Berlin. So began the thirty-year collaboration and lifelong close friendship between the two scientists. After the physicist Harriet Brooks had observed a radioactive recoil in , but interpreted it wrongly, Otto Hahn succeeded, in late and early , in demonstrating the radioactive recoil incident to alpha particle emission and interpreting it correctly.
The physicist Walther Gerlach described this as "a profoundly significant discovery in physics with far-reaching consequences". Succeeding Alfred Stock , Hahn was director of the institute from to On 22 March the couple married in Edith's native city of Stettin, where her father, Paul Ferdinand Junghans, was a high-ranking law officer and President of the City Parliament until his death. Their only child, Hanno, born in , became a distinguished art historian and architectural researcher at the Hertziana in Rome , known for his discoveries in the early Cistercian architecture of the 12th century.
They left a fourteen-year-old son, Dietrich. In , the Hanno and Ilse Hahn Prize for outstanding contributions to Italian art history was established in memory of Hanno and Ilse Hahn to support young and talented art historians. In August he was recalled to the army in a Landwehr regiment.
He was a joyful participant in the Christmas truce of and was commissioned. In mid-January he was summoned to meet Fritz Haber , who explained their plan to break the trench deadlock with chlorine gas. Transferred to Poland, on 12 June he witnessed the death agonies of Russians they had poisoned. He was transferred to Berlin as a human Guinea-pig testing poisonous gases and gas masks. This assignment was interrupted by a hiatus at the front in Flanders and again in by a mission to Verdun to introduce shells filled with phosgene and mustard gas.
Then once again he was hunting along both fronts for sites for gas attacks. In December he joined the new gas command unit at Imperial Headquarters. In September he was one of three officers, disguised in Austrian uniforms, sent to the Isonzo front in Italy to find a suitable location for an attack, utilizing newly developed mortars that simultaneously hurled hundreds of containers of poison onto enemy targets. They selected a site where the Italian trenches were sheltered in a deep valley so that a gas cloud would persist.
The attack at Caporetto broke-through the Italian line and the Central Powers overran much of northern Italy. In the third German offensive in the west smashed through the Allied lines after a massive release of gas from their mortars — the Germans reached the Marne. That summer Hahn was too weak to work, presumably poisoned by phosgene. At the end of the war he was in the field in mufti on a secret mission to test a pot that heated and released a cloud of arsenicals.
His military clothing was returned by his batman Rehfeldt, who remained a lifelong friend.
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In December , when posted to Berlin, Hahn was able to resume radiochemical research in his institute. In —, Hahn and Meitner isolated a long-lived activity, which they named "proto-actinium". The two activities were different isotopes of the same undiscovered element number For their discovery Hahn and Meitner were repeatedly nominated for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in the s by a number of scientists, among them Max Bergmann , Viktor Moritz Goldschmidt , and even Fajans himself.
In February , Otto Hahn published the first report on his discovery of uranium Z later known as Pa ,  the first example of nuclear isomerism.
Gerlach remarked that this was "a discovery that was not understood at the time but later became highly significant for nuclear physics". In the early s, Otto Hahn created a new field of work. Using the "emanation method", which he had recently developed, and the "emanation ability", he founded what became known as "applied radiochemistry" for the researching of general chemical and physical-chemical questions. In Cornell University Press published a book in English and later in Russian titled Applied Radiochemistry , which contained the lectures given by Hahn when he was a visiting professor at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York in This important publication had a major influence on almost all nuclear chemists and physicists in the United States, the United Kingdom, France, and the Soviet Union during the s and s.
In , Glenn T. Seaborg , co-discoverer of many transuranium elements and President of the United States Atomic Energy Commission , wrote about this book as follows: . As a young graduate student at the University of California at Berkeley in the mids and in connection with our work with plutonium a few years later, I used his book Applied Radiochemistry as my bible.
This book was based on a series of lectures which Professor Hahn had given at Cornell in ; it set forth the "laws" for the co-precipitation of minute quantities of radioactive materials when insoluble substances were precipitated from aqueous solutions. I recall reading and rereading every word in these laws of co-precipitation many times, attempting to derive every possible bit of guidance for our work, and perhaps in my zealousness reading into them more than the master himself had intended.
I doubt that I have read sections in any other book more carefully or more frequently than those in Hahn's Applied Radiochemistry. In fact, I read the entire volume repeatedly and I recall that my chief disappointment with it was its length. It was too short. It has been given to very few men to make contributions to science and to humanity of the magnitude of those made by Otto Hahn. He has made those contributions over a span of nearly two generations, beginning with a key role in the earliest days of radiochemistry in investigating and unraveling the complexities of the natural radioactivities and culminating with his tremendous discovery of the nuclear fission of uranium.
I believe that it is fair to refer to Otto Hahn as the father of radiochemistry and of its more recent offspring nuclear chemistry. For his special genius the world of science will be forever grateful. Jointly with Lise Meitner and his pupil and assistant Fritz Strassmann — , Otto Hahn furthered the research begun by Enrico Fermi and his team in when they bombarded uranium with neutrons.
Until , it was believed that the elements with atomic numbers greater than 92 known as transuranium elements arose when uranium atoms were bombarded with neutrons. Between and , Hahn, Meitner, and Strassmann found a great number of radioactive transmutation products, all of which they regarded as transuranic. It followed that first transuranic elements would be similar to group 7 to 10 elements, i.
The Meitner group established the presence of multiple isotopes of at least four such elements, and mistakenly identified them as elements with atomic numbers 93 through They were the first scientists to measure the half-life of U and to establish chemically that it was an isotope of uranium, but they were unable to continue this work to its logical conclusion and identify the decay product of U — namely, neptunium the real element 93 ; this task was only completed by Edwin McMillan and Philip H.
Abelson in On 13 July , with the help and support of Hahn, Meitner — born into a Jewish family — escaped to the Netherlands;  before she left, Hahn gave her a diamond ring he had inherited from his mother, to be used to bribe the frontier guards if required. In late they found evidence of isotopes of an alkaline earth metal in their sample. The metal was detected by the use of an organic barium salt constructed by Wilhelm Traube.
Finding a group 2 alkaline earth metal was problematic, because it did not logically fit with the other elements found thus far. Hahn initially suspected it to be radium , produced by splitting off two alpha-particles from the uranium nucleus. At the time, the scientific consensus was that even splitting off two alpha particles via this process was unlikely. The idea of turning uranium into barium by removing around nucleons was seen as preposterous.
Hahn, who did not inform the physicists in his Institute, described the results exclusively in a letter to Meitner on 19 December:.
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