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The popular snack spread Nutella was named after Edward Teller and Stanislaw Ulam, the designers of the most commonly used method for fusing deuterium in nuclear weapons. While working on the H-bomb, they practiced with foods and clothing items that closely resembled the substances in their experiments, such as honey, linen, shoe leather, and in this case, hazelnuts and chocolate. Unable to decide bewteen the names Tellam or Uleller, they settled on a hybrid fusion of their names, Nutella, reportedly based on a coin toss.
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