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Bohr

1. Aage Niels . born 1922, Danish physicist, noted for his work on nuclear structure. He shared the Nobel prize for physics 1975
2. his father, Niels (Henrik David). 1885--1962, Danish physicist, who applied the quantum theory to Rutherford's model of the atom to explain spectral lines: Nobel prize for physics 1922
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Bohr remained a humble and caring man who shared his success with his generosity.
Bohr, "Uber die Serienspektra der Elemente," Zeitschrift fur Physik, vol.
(3) It is interesting to note that Bohr employed the same notation, E, for the charge that Nagaoka used for the charge concentrated at a geometrical point center of the atom.
Crucially, whether the experimenter chooses to use the second beam splitter or not, the light is either 100 percent particle or 100 percent wave when it exits the interferometer, just as Bohr would have expected.
Bohr instead got out of Denmark with the sketch, headed to Cambridge via Sweden, and then arrived at the Manhattan Project in 1943.
Dos personajes historicos, grandes genios de la fisica contemporanea: a Heisenberg se le debe el principio de incertidumbre; a Bohr, la complementariedad; de ambos procede la Interpretacion de Copenhague.
Astrophysicist Jes Jorgensen, Associate Professor at the Niels Bohr Institute and the Centre for Star and Planet Formation at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, said that they studied the chemistry of the gas and dust cloud surrounding the early protostar (an early stage of star formation).
The two-sided distribution ranges from the translation n = -[infinity] to n = 137 on Bohr orbit and further from there to n = [infinity].
Sin duda, su colega Niels Bohr habria estado de acuerdo.
Bohr pointed out that globally, most cars run on gasoline or diesel and are likely to through the end of the decade.
Fully automatic driving is at a "research, prototype-phase," said Bohr. "Automatic driving on the autobahn at speeds of up to 60km/h is technically achievable today.
Ten times more hurricane surges in future, new research forecasts: New research from the Niels Bohr Institute in Demark shows that there could be a tenfold increase in frequency of major hurricanes if the climate warms by two degrees Celsius.