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LEADER: 01821cam 22004694a 4500
001 ocm52312062 
003 OCoLC
005 20101213105813.0
008 030415s2004    deua   c b    001 0beng  
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050 00 $aQD22.H2$bW45 2004
082 00 $a539.7/092$aB$221
100 $aWhiting, Jim,$d1943-
245 10 $aOtto Hahn and the story of nuclear fission /$cJim Whiting.
260    $aBear, Del. :$bMitchell Lane Publishers,$cc2004.
300    $a48 p. :$bill. ;$c24 cm.
440  0 $aUnlocking the secrets of science
520    $aProfiles German chemist Otto Hahn, whose research into radioactivity led to the discovery of nuclear fission and, despite his opposition, to the development of the atomic bomb.
504    $aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 46) and index.
600 10 $aHahn, Otto,$d1879-1968$vJuvenile literature.
650  0 $aNuclear fission$vJuvenile literature.
650  0 $aChemists$zGermany$vBiography$vJuvenile literature.
600 11 $aHahn, Otto,$d1879-1968.
650  1 $aChemists.
650  1 $aScientists.
650  1 $aNobel Prizes$vBiography.
650  1 $aNuclear fission.
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948    $hNO HOLDINGS IN PMR - 66 OTHER HOLDINGS