Lise Meitner

Auger electron, kandiskinian review

Austrian physicist Lise Meitner (1878-1968), discovered in 1920 the effect whereby when an electron disappears from an atom inner layer triggers the emission of another electron. As a woman scientist, she had to find her place in a man-ruled world and also, she had to exile in response to Nazi repression. On the same way, Abstract art creator Wassily Kandinsky (1866-1944) who developed most of his pictorial in Germany, had to escape to France, where he will spend the rest of his days.

Obra por José Parada