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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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In raising those questions, Frayn, following Powers's lead, lifts Heisenberg from the shadows into which he fell after the war--suspicion on the one hand, outright contempt on the other--and makes him a moral agent on a plane with the incorruptible and universally respected Bohr.
Whereas Bohr became a father figure to the German Jewish nuclear physicists at Los Alamos.
Part of its appeal can be traced to the larger questions that lie behind the seemingly arcane issue of what Bohr and Heisenberg discussed at this meeting.
Bohr respondio el mismo ano, en el articulo "Can quantum-mechanical description of physical reality be considered complete?
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.
Mi interes en esta ocasion es comparar en detalle las dos versiones literarias elaboradas por Michael Frayn y Jorge Volpi en torno a la relacion entre Heisenberg y Bohr, desde los anos veinte hasta los cuarenta, tomando en cuenta los aportes que estos dos ultimos hicieron a la ciencia.
Sin duda, su colega Niels Bohr habria estado de acuerdo.
In the double surface model Bohr radius expressed in the units of Compton wavelengths of the electron is deduced from the average path on the elliptic and hyperbolic side of the orbit:
Fully automatic driving is at a "research, prototype-phase," said Bohr.
Einstein said no, that more theoretical research was needed; Bohr said yes, and started working on applications.
Bohr, in contrast, has little use for essentialism.
Quantum; Einstein, Bohr, and the great debate about the nature of reality.