The idea of possible connection between mass and energy was noticed by few scientists before Einstein time. The work of Friedrich Hasenöhrl came very close to the E=mc^2 of Einstein.

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The Austrian physicist arrived at an energy/mass correlation with the wrong factor, namely at the equation: E = (3/8) mc^2.

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