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Exercise "Derivation", created by hidalgo (a free exercise to learn English):
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Average mark: 24.5 / 100 Share
Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): kiwakiwa / FRANCE, on Tuesday 27 August - 22:55:
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Question 1 passed: 25.7 %
Lise Meitner The * (discover) in 1938 that a neutron could split an atom's core came as a complete surprise.
Question 2 passed: 9.6 %
There was no * (theory) basis on which nuclear fission could be predicted and
Question 3 passed: 10.8 %
none of its * (discover) had the slightest
Question 4 passed: 17 %
* (know) of its eventual use in atomic bombs and power plants.
Question 5 passed: 6.7 %
That much is * (dispute).
Question 6 passed: 14 %
The question of who deserves * (recognize) for the discovery is, however, a bone of contention.
Question 7 passed: 14.1 %
Of the 3 * (science) involved, one of them, Lise Meitner, was a woman.
Question 8 passed: 13.1 %
The standard * (explain) which has been
Question 9 passed: 7.3 %
* (critic) accepted, is that she was a physicist and the discovery
Question 10 passed: 16.7 %
depended on chemical experiments. But is this the whole * (true)?
Question 11 passed: 8.8 %
In all * (likely), the reason has more to do with the fact that she was a woman and that she had to flee persecution.
Question 12 passed: 12.5 %
Her exile led to the Nobel committee's * (fail) to recognize her contribution in the discovery of nuclear fission.
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