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Bethe

Hans Albrecht . born 1906, US physicist, born in Germany; noted for his research on astrophysics and nuclear physics: Nobel prize for physics 1967
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When asked about the house, listing agent Bethe Reynolds, says "the carriage house is a wonderful feature.
He notes that although Bethe was an "off-scale" physicist, his lifework, when appropriately seen, "would aid understanding of the field at present and explain how we came to be where we are" (p.
When Robert Oppenheimer was placed in charge of the secret weapons division at Los Alamos, Bethe was appointed director of the theoretical division.
German-American physicist Hans Bethe (1906-2005) was among the young generation of scientists of the late 1920s and early 1930s who worked on wide-ranging applications and extensions of quantum mechanics after its initial formulation by such foundational figures as Werner Heisenberg and Erwin Schrodinger.
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When he was hired to work on the Manhattan Project at Los Alamos during World War II, Feynman's mathematical flair so impressed Theoretical Division Director Hans Bethe that he made him head of the computation group.
However, the difficult problem is to find the spectrum and corresponding eigenvectors through the Bethe ansatz.
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Topics include: bidimensional ionic solutions, concepts for understanding nanotechnology, properties of the near field produced by a circular nanoaperture using the Bethe formulation, pharmaceutical bionanotechnology, and the study of the properties of iron oxide nanostructures.
Rose Bethe was the daughter of German physicist Paul Ewald and