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13. Which invention below would not have been possible without the pioneering research of German-American physicist Albert Einstein, American physicist Robert Oppenheimer, and Italian-American physicist Enrico Fermi?

a. computer microchip
b. nuclear reactor
c. television
d. Space Shuttle

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