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  1. Hochschullehrer (Chicago): Hannah Arendt, Enrico Fermi, Milton Friedman, Charles W. Morris, Ilya Prigogine, Albert Abraham Michelson (German Edition)
  2. Case Western Reserve University Faculty: Melvin Kranzberg, Albert Abraham Michelson, Frederick Reines, Roman Vishniac, Russell L. Ackoff
  3. Hochschullehrer (Cleveland): Albert Abraham Michelson, Donald Johanson, Roman Vishniac, Calvin S. Hall, Melvyn Goldstein, Lawrence Krauss (German Edition)
  4. Light Waves and Their Uses by Albert Abraham Michelson, 1903-01-01
  5. Light Waves and Their Uses by Albert Abraham Michelson, 2010
  6. Light Waves And Their Uses
  7. Light Waves And Their Uses
  8. Studies in Optics by Albert Abraham Michelson, 1961
  9. On the application of interference methods to astronomical measurements (Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences) by Albert Abraham Michelson, 1891
  10. Albert Abraham Michelson: The man who taught a world to measure : a story told with words from those who knew him best (Publications of the Michelson Museum) by D. T McAllister, 1973
  11. Albert Abraham Michelson, (In Smithsonian institution. Annual report) by Forest Ray Moulton, 1932
  12. Scientific worthies. XLIV, - Albert Abraham Michelson. by Albert Abraham] LODGE, Sir Oliver. [MICHELSON, 1926
  13. An Address Delivered at the Meeting of April 10, When the Rumford Medals Were Presented to Professor A.A. Michelson. by Albert Abraham (1852-1931)] LOVERING, Joseph (1813-1892). [MICHELSON, 1888-01-01
  14. Comparaison du mètre international avec la longueur d'onde de la lumière du cadmium. by Albert Abraham. (1852-1931). MICHELSON, 1893-01-01

41. Meitner, Lise And Michelson, Albert Abraham
michelson, albert abraham 18521931 An American physicist born in Germany who spenthours upon He won the 1907 nobel Prize-the first time an American had won
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42. Nobel Prize Winners In Physics
nobel Prize Winners in Physics. Physics 1901. Physics 1907. michelson, albert abraham, USA, Chicago University, * 1852 (in Strelno, then Germany), + 1931
Nobel Prize Winners in Physics
Physics 1901
R~NTGEN, WILHELM CONRAD, Germany, Munich University,* 1845, + 1923: "in recognition of the extraordinary services he has rendered by the discovery of the remarkable rays subsequently named after him".
Physics 1902
The prize was awarded jointly to: LORENTZ, HENDRIK ANTOON, the Netherlands, Leyden University, * 1853, + 1928; and ZEEMAN, PIETER, the Netherlands, Amsterdam University, * 1865, + 1943: "in recognition of the extraordinary service they rendered by their researches into the influence of magnetism upon radiation phenomena".
Physics 1903
The prize was divided, one half being awarded to: BECQUEREL, ANTOINE HENRI, France, äcole Polytechnique, Paris, * 1852, + 1908: "in recognition of the extraordinary services he has rendered by his discovery of spontaneous radioactivity"; the other half jointly to: CURIE, PIERRE, France, äcole municipale de physique et de chimie industrielles, (Municipal School of Industrial Physics and Chemistry), Paris, * 1859, + 1906; and his wife CURIE, MARIE, n»e SKLODOWSKA, France, * 1867 (in Warsaw, Poland), + 1934: "in recognition of the extraordinary services they have rendered by their joint researches on the radiation phenomena discovered by Professor Henri Becquerel".

43. Jewish Nobel Prize Laureates - Physics
Year, nobel Laureate, Country of birth. 1907, michelson, albert abraham forhis optical precision instruments and the spectroscopic and meteorological
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Jewish Laureates of Nobel Prize in Physics
Year Nobel Laureate Country of birth Alferov, Zhores I.
"for basic work on information and communication technology" Russia Cohen-Tannoudji, Claude
"for development of methods to cool and trap atoms with laser light" Algeria Lee, David M.
"for their discovery of superfluidity in helium-3" USA Osheroff, Douglas D.
"for their discovery of superfluidity in helium-3" USA Perl, Martin L.
"for the discovery of the tau lepton " Russia Reines, Frederick
"for the detection of the neutrino" USA Charpak, Georges
"for his invention and development of particle detectors, in particular the multiwire proportional chamber" Poland Friedman, Jerome I.
"for their pioneering investigations concerning deep inelastic scattering of electrons on protons and bound neutrons, which have been of essential importance for the development of the quark model in particle physics" USA Lederman, Leon M.

44. Premio Nobel De Fiziko - Vikipedio
Fiziko Premio nobel de Fiziko Premio nobel. La Premio nobel de Fiziko estasdisdonata ekde 1901. 1907 albert abraham michelson. 1908 Gabriel LIPPMANN.
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El Vikipedio, la libera enciklopedio. Fiziko Premio Nobel La Premio Nobel de Fiziko estas disdonata ekde 1901. Tiuj personoj gajnis ĝin: Wilhelm Conrad R–NTGEN Hendrik Antoon LORENTZ kaj Pieter ZEEMAN Antoine Henri BECQUEREL Marie CURIE kaj Pierre CURIE John William Strutt RAYLEIGH Philipp LENARD Joseph John THOMSON ... Guglielmo MARCONI kaj Ferdinand BRAUN Johannes Diderik VAN DER WAALS Wilhelm WIEN Gustaf DALɎ ... William Henry BRAGG kaj William Lawrence BRAGG Charles Glover BARKLA Max PLANCK Johannes STARK ... James FRANCK kaj Gustav HERTZ Jean Baptiste PERRIN Arthur Holly COMPTON kaj Charles Thomson Rees WILSON Owen Willans RICHARDSON Louis DE BROGLIE Chandrasekhara Venkata RAMAN ... Paul Adrien Maurice DIRAC kaj Erwin SCHRքINGER James CHADWICK Carl David ANDERSON kaj Victor Franz HESS Clinton Joseph DAVISSON kaj George Paget THOMSON Enrico FERMI Ernest Orlando LAWRENCE Otto STERN ... John Douglas COCKCROFT kaj Ernest WALTON Felix BLOCH kaj Edward Mills PURCELL Frits ZERNIKE Max BORN kaj Walther BOTHE Willis Eugene LAMB kaj Polykarp KUSCH John BARDEEN Walter Houser BRATTAIN kaj William SHOCKLEY LEE Tsung Dao kaj YANG Chen Ning Pavel Alekseeviĉ ĈERENKOV Ilja MiÄ¥ailoviĉ FRANK kaj Igor Evgeneviĉ TAMM 1959 [[Emilio Gino SEGRɝ] kaj Owen CHAMBERLAIN Donald Arthur GLASER Robert HOFSTADTER kaj Rudolf Ludwig M֓SBAUER Lev Davidoviĉ LANDAU Maria GOEPPERT-MAYER Eugene Paul WIGNER kaj Hans Daniel JENSEN Nikolaj Gennadieviĉ BASOV Charles Hard TOWNES kaj

45. Nobel Peace Prize?
JEWISH nobel WINNERS. 1907 albert abraham michelson 1908 - Gabriel Lippmann 1921- albert Einstein 1922 - Niels Bohr 1925 - James Franck 1925 - Gustav Hertz

46. Nobel Peace Prize
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47. The Nobel Prize
nobel Prize winners Literature 1910 Paul Heyse 1927 - Henri Bergson Gilman 1995- Edward B. Lewis Physics 1907 - albert abraham michelson 1908 - Gabriel
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48. Albert Abraham Michelson: Awards Won By Albert Abraham Michelson
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49. 1Up Info > Michelson, Albert Abraham (Physics, Biographies) - Encyclopedia
michelson, albert abrahamm ´k ls n Pronunciation Key, 1852–1931 michelson wasthe first to measure the diameter Awarded the 1907 nobel Prize in Physics, he
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50. A Gallery Of Electromagnetic Personalities 8
albert abraham michelson (18521931) was a German-born US physicist who establishedthe speed of light as a fundamental constant. He received the 1907 nobel
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Michelson, Morley
Albert Abraham Michelson (1852-1931) was a German-born U.S. physicist who established the speed of light as a fundamental constant. He received the 1907 Nobel Prize for Physics. In 1878 Michelson began work on the passion of his life, the measurement of the speed of light. His attempt to measure the effect of the earth's velocity through the supposed ether laid the basis for the theory of relativity.
Edward Williams Morley (1838-1923) was an American chemist whose reputation as a skilled experimenter attracted the attentionof Michelson. In 1887 the pair performed what has come to be known as the Michelson-Morley experiment to measure the motion of the earth through the ether.
Heaviside, Lorentz, FitzGerald
Oliver Heaviside (1850-1925), described as "a short, red-headed Englishman of autocratic disposition," was a telegrapher, but deafness forced him to retire and devote himself to investigations of electricity. He became an eccentric recluse, befriended by FitzGerald and (by correspondence) by Hertz. In 1892 he introduced the operational calculus (Laplace transforms) to study transient currents in networks and theoretical aspects of problems in electrical transmission. In 1902, after wireless telegraphy proved effective over long distances, Heaviside theorized that a conducting layer of the atmosphere existed that allows radio waves to follow the Earth's curvature.
Hendrik Antoon Lorentz (1853-1928), a professor of physics at the University of Leiden, sought to explain the origin of light by the oscillations of charged particles inside atoms. Under this assumption, a strong magnetic field would effect the wavelength. The observation of this effect by his pupil, Zeeman, won a Nobel prize for 1902 for the pair. However, the Lorentz theory could not explain the results of the Michelson-Morley experiment. Influenced by the proposal of Fitzgerald, Lorentz arrived at the formulas known as the Lorentz transformations to describe the relation of mass, length and time for a moving body. These equations form the basis for Einstein's special theory of relativity.

51. Michelson
Translate this page michelson, albert abraham (1852-1931), físico estadounidense nacido en Alemania,conocido por su En 1907 fue galardonado con el Premio nobel de Física por la
Michelson, Albert Abraham (1852-1931), físico estadounidense nacido en Alemania, conocido por su famoso experimento para medir la velocidad de la Tierra a través del éter, una sustancia que los científicos creían que ocupaba el Universo. Este experimento contribuyó a demostrar que el éter no existe. En 1907 fue galardonado con el Premio Nobel de Física por la creación de instrumentos de alta precisión y por la realización de importantes investigaciones con ellos, convirtiéndose en el primer ciudadano estadounidense en conseguir este premio.
Michelson nació en Strelno (actualmente Strzelno, Polonia); llegó a Estados Unidos siendo un niño y estudió en la Academia Naval de Estados Unidos y en las universidades de Berlín, Heidelberg y París. Fue profesor de física en la Universidad Clark desde 1889 hasta 1892, y desde 1892 hasta 1929 dirigió el departamento de física de la Universidad de Chicago. Determinó la velocidad de la luz con un alto grado de precisión, con instrumentos creados por él.
En 1887 Michelson inventó el interferómetro, que utilizó en el famoso experimento del éter realizado con el químico estadounidense Edward Williams Morley. En aquella época, la mayoría de los científicos creían que la luz viajaba como ondas a través del éter. También opinaban que la Tierra viajaba por el éter. El experimento Michelson-Morley demostró que dos rayos de luz enviados en diferentes direcciones desde la Tierra se reflejaban a la misma velocidad. De acuerdo con la teoría del éter, los rayos se habrían reflejado a velocidades distintas. De esta forma, el experimento demostró que el éter no existía. Los resultados negativos del experimento también fueron útiles para el desarrollo de la teoría de la relatividad. Entre las obras más importantes de Michelson se encuentran

52. Nat'l Academies Press, The National Academy Of Sciences: (1978), 10. The Twentie
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53. Pictures Gallery Of The Nobel Prize Winners In Physics
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Louis Eugene Felix Neel
Murray Gell-Mann
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Alfred Kastler
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Sir Edward Victor Appleton
Percy Williams Bridgman
Wolfgang Ernst Pauli
Isidor Isaac Rabi
Otto Stern
Ernest Orlando Lawrence
Enrico Fermi
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Sir George Paget Thomson
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Paul Adrien Maurice Dirac
Werner Karl Heisenberg
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Albert Einstein
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... Guglielmo Marconi
Gabriel Jonas Lippmann
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54. Intellectual Output  From The Arab World
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55. The Nobel Prize For Physics (1901-1998)
the nobel Foundation web site at http// John Thomson Conduction ofelectricity by gases 1907 albert abraham michelson Precision meteorological
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56. Jewish Nobel Prize Winners Pre 1934
michelson, albert abraham Born in Strelno, Prussia, 1852 Died in Pasadena, California,1931 The following nobel prize winners were halfJews, their mothers
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57. Phys Nobel List
Translate this page Selective List of nobel Prize Winners in Physics and Chemistry. 1915 Sir WilliamHenry Bragg, William Lawrence Bragg 1907 albert abraham michelson 1906 Sir
Selective List of Nobel Prize Winners in Physics and Chemistry
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58. Autry Museum:Jewish Life:Educational Resources
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60. Albert Michelson
albert abraham michelson (18521931, nobel prize for physics in 1907).German-born US physicist who, together with US chemist Edward
Albert Abraham Michelson (1852-1931, Nobel prize for physics in 1907). German-born U.S. physicist who, together with U.S. chemist Edward Morley, performed an experiment in 1897 to try and detect the aether. Back to Assignment 7

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