In 1935, Klemperer and, independently, Newman and Walke (1935), ascribed, from reasons of isotope systematics, the activity of potassium to a-then unknown — rare isotope K40. This was the first good guess. In 1935, A. O. Nier actually discovered this isotope and found its abundance to be 1.19 · 10-4 of the total K.
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