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Author(s): Katarzyna Musiuk
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No. of items: 648
Rating: 4.0 (out of 5)
Last updated: Feb 27, 2001
 
 
 
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A collection of essential facts about those who most helped humankind in the field of physics, therefore awarded the Nobel Prizes for their contributions.
 
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Q: phys: Which American physicist won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1995 for the detection of the neutrino?
A: Frederick Reines

Q: hist: Which year did Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen win the Nobel Prize for Physics?
A: 1901

Q: phys: For what did Albert Einstein win the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1921?
A: For his services to Theoretical Physics, and especially for his discovery of the law of the photoelectric effect.

Q: In which country was Enrico Fermi born?
A: Italy

Q: phys: For what did Heinrich Rohrer win the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1986?
A: For his design of the scanning tunneling microscope.

 
 
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