„Usually, a discovery is not made in the easiest but on a complicated way; the simple cases show up only later.“

— Otto Hahn, Vom Radiothor zur Uranspaltung. Eine wissenschaftliche Selbstbiographie (1962). <!-- published by Vieweg Verlag, in Braunschweig -->

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