Every piece of knowledge in science has a beginning lying in someone's experiment. I would like to know which experiment gave scientists the reason to believe nuclear fission/fusion existed and was ...
If you have a piece of matter in front of you, how can you know of which atoms it consists? And starting from nothing, how can I discover all the elements (or just a lot of them) of the periodic ...
How would a physicist measure temperature of molten metals in 1850-1920s? What equipment would be used?
How was Dorsey able to measure speed of light with 3 significant digits in the year of 1907?