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Unformatted text preview: the creation of the atomic bomb Fat Man" was the name given to: the plutonium bomb dropped on Nagasaki The first nuclear explosion set off by humans occurred at: Alamogordo, New Mexico In 1990 Jerome I. Friedman, Richard E. Taylor, and Henry W. Kendall shared a Nobel Prize for their demonstrating the existence of: . quarks The energy of the sun comes from the: nuclear fusion of hydrogen The detonation of the first nuclear bomb occurred in: . 1945 The first person to receive two Nobel Prizes, which were awarded for work involved in the discovery of radioactivity, and for discovering two new, radioactive elements was: Marie Curie Received a Nobel Prize for discovering the neutron: James Chadwick Coined the word "radioactivity": Marie Sklodowska Curie Predicted the existence of the neutron 12 years before it was discovered experimentally: Ernest Rutherford...
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