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Who Discovered Nuclear Energy..?

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Enrico Fermi
though there are many contributors. Such as, Eisten and others.
@Will.Neko Ohh, well, he was known for his work on the development of Chicago Pile-1, the first nuclear reactor. Not Nuclear Energy. I applaud you for sharing your opinion. Congrats..

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oh... my bad.
try, ask ur friends to lend a hand...
no one else in here is taking chem. I'm sorry
its not chem...its general topic...
oh... i'll see
Antoine Henri Becquerel
i believe so
Enrico Fermi is the the inverter of nuclear energy. Know more about Nuclear Reactors
Becquerel in 1896
You should Google it. There might be a difference between discovering radioactivity and "discovering" nuclear energy. In the second case, the verb "to discover" is a bit strange. In the case of Fermi, I would say that he built the first nuclear reactor.

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