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  1. Electrodynamics (Vol. 1 of Pauli Lectures on Physics) (Pauli Lectures on Physics, Volume 1) by Wolfgang Pauli, 2000-08-02
  2. Deciphering the Cosmic Number: The Strange Friendship of Wolfgang Pauli and Carl Jung by Arthur I. Miller, 2009-04-27
  3. Pauli Lectures on Physics: Volume 2, Optics and the Theory of Electrons by Wolfgang Pauli, 1977-06-15
  4. Statistical Mechanics (Vol. 4 of Pauli Lectures on Physics) by Wolfgang Pauli, 2000-08-02
  5. Wave Mechanics (Vol. 5 of Pauli Lectures on Physics) (Pauli Lectures on Physics Volume 5) by Wolfgang Pauli, 2000-09-18
  6. Thermodynamics and the Kinetic Theory of Gases (Vol. 3 of Pauli Lectures on Phys (Pauli Lectures on Physics) by Wolfgang Pauli, 2010-10-18
  7. Selected Topics in Field Quantization (Vol. 6 of Pauli Lectures on Physics) (Pauli Lectures on Physics Volume 6) by Wolfgang Pauli, 2010-10-18
  8. Atom and Archetype: The Pauli/Jung Letters, 1932-1958 by C. G. Jung, Wolfgang Pauli, 2001-06-01
  9. No Time to be Brief: A scientific biography of Wolfgang Pauli by Charles P. Enz, 2010-06-11
  10. Beyond the Atom: The Philosophical Thought of Wolfgang Pauli by K. V. Laurikainen, 1989-01
  11. General Principles of Quantum Mechanics by Wolfgang Pauli, 1990-10-19
  12. Theoretical Physics in the Twentieth Century: A Memorial Volume to Wolfgang Pauli by M. and Weisskopf, V. F. Fierz, 1969
  13. Writings on Physics and Philosophy (English and German Edition) by Wolfgang Pauli, 2010-11-02
  14. Recasting Reality: Wolfgang Pauli's Philosophical Ideas and Contemporary Science

1. Physics 1945
Awarded to wolfgang pauli for the discovery of the Exclusion Principle, also called the pauli Principle.Category Science Physics Quantum Mechanics People...... Austria. Princeton University Princeton, NJ, USA. b.1900 d.1958. The nobel Prizein Physics 1945 Presentation Speech wolfgang pauli Biography nobel Lecture.
The Nobel Prize in Physics 1945
"for the discovery of the Exclusion Principle, also called the Pauli Principle" Wolfgang Pauli Austria Princeton University
Princeton, NJ, USA b.1900
d.1958 The Nobel Prize in Physics 1945
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2. CERN Archive, Welcome
Resources on the history of CERN, as well as the 'pauli Archive', a private collection of scientific books, reprints, correspondence and manuscripts of the late Professor wolfgang pauli, nobel Laureate, 1945.
CERN CERN Scientific Information Service Help CERN ARCHIVEg COLLECTIONS CERN Document Server (Archive Database) ... The Pauli Archive GENERAL INFORMATION History and Archive Access rules Collection policy Divisional Records Officers (DRO) ... Internal Organization - Historical chart The CERN Archive The CERN historical and Scientific Archive was created in 1980 as part of CERN's commitment to the CERN History Study . The Archive serves as an information source for Management, as a place of research, and as a repository for documentation of the work of the Organization. The Archive forms part of the CERN Scientific Information Service, SIS , part of the ETT division . If you would like to know more about our work go to our pages on History and Archive Free access to the catalogue of the CERN Archive is allowed to everybody. However, not all items listed in this catalogue are available for public consultation. The full terms of access are available on our Access rules page. Please note that, except for a few special items, there is no on-line access to the full-text of documents. To request a document, please either contact the CERN Library desk or the CERN Archivist To find a document:
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3. Wolfgang Pauli - Biography
wolfgang pauli married Franciska Bertram on April 4th, 1934. He died in Zurichon December 15th, 1958. From nobel Lectures, Physics 19421962.
Wolfgang Pauli was born on April 25th, 1900 in Vienna. He received his early education in Vienna before studying at the University of Munich under Arnold Sommerfeld. He obtained his doctor's degree in 1921 and spent a year at the as assistant to Max Born and a further year with Niels Bohr at Copenhagen. The years 1923-1928 were spent as a lecturer at the University of Hamburg before his appointment as Professor of Theoretical Physics at the Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich. During 1935-1936, he was visiting Professor at the Institute for Advanced Study , Princeton, New Jersey and he had similar appointments at the University of Michigan (1931 and 1941) and Purdue University (1942). He was elected to the Chair of Theoretical Physics at Princeton in 1940 but he returned to Zurich at the end of World War II.
Pauli helped to lay the foundations of the quantum theory of fields and he participated actively in the great advances made in this domain around 1945. Earlier, he had further consolidated field theory by giving proof of the relationship between spin and"statistics" of elementary particles. He has written many articles on problems of theoretical physics, mostly quantum mechanics, in scientific journals of many countries; his

4. Pauli
The quantum age begins. Honours awarded to wolfgang pauli (Click a link below forthe full list of mathematicians honoured in this way). nobel Prize, Awarded 1945.
Wolfgang Ernst Pauli
Born: 25 April 1900 in Vienna, Austria
Died: 15 Dec 1958 in Zurich, Switzerland
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Wolfgang Pauli Wolfgang Joseph had been inspired to study science by Ernst Mach, and when his first child was born he named him Wolfgang Ernst Pauli, giving him the middle name of Ernst in honour of Mach. Not only did Pauli's middle name come from Mach, but Mach was also his godfather giving him a silver cup when he was christened on 31 May 1900. Einstein 's papers on relativity while he was still at the Gymnasium. School work was boring to the brilliant Pauli and he hid Einstein 's papers under his school desk and studied them during the lessons. Not paying attention in class did not hold Pauli back, for he graduated from the Gymnasium in July 1918 with distinction. After leaving the Gymnasium he entered the Ludwig-Maximilian university of Munich. Within two months of leaving school he had submitted his first paper on the theory of relativity. While still an undergraduate at Munich he wrote two further articles on the theory of relativity. At Munich, Pauli was taught by Sommerfeld who quickly recognised his genius.

5. References For Pauli
251259. NH de V Heathcote, wolfgang pauli, nobel prize winners in physics,1901-1950 (New York, 1953), 411-421. KV Laurikainen, wolfgang
References for Wolfgang Pauli
  • Biography in Dictionary of Scientific Biography (New York 1970-1990).
  • Biography in Encyclopaedia Britannica. Books:
  • I Duck and E C G Sudarshan, Pauli and the spin-statistics theorem (River Edge, NJ, 1997).
  • J Hendry, The creation of quantum mechanics and the Bohr-Pauli dialogue (Dordrecht, 1984).
  • K V Laurikainen, Beyond the atom : the philosophical thought of Wolfgang Pauli (Berlin, 1988).
  • S Richter, Wolfgang Pauli : Die Jahre 1918-1930. Skizzen zu einer wissenschaftlichen Biographie (Aarau, 1979).
  • Theoretical Physics in the Twentieth Century, a Memorial Volume to Wolfgang Pauli (New York, 1960). Articles:
  • Geometry and theoretical physics (Berlin, 1991), 298-303.
  • K Bleuler, Wolfgang Pauli: his scientific work and his ideas on the foundations of physics, Geometry and theoretical physics (Berlin, 1991), 304-310.
  • Wiss. Z. Martin- Luther- Univ. Halle- Wittenberg Math.- Natur. Reihe
  • W Eisenberg, Zu den Wirklichkeitsauffassungen der Physiker Wolfgang Pauli und Ludwig Boltzmann (Vergleich), in Mathematik und Wirklichkeit
  • C P Enz, The space, time and field concepts in Wolfgang Pauli's work
  • 6. Wolfgang Pauli Winner Of The 1945 Nobel Prize In Physics
    wolfgang pauli, a nobel Prize Laureate in Physics, at the nobel PrizeInternet Archive. wolfgang pauli. 1945 nobel Laureate in Physics
    1945 Nobel Laureate in Physics
      for the discovery of the Exclusion Principle, also called the Pauli Principle.

      Residence: Austria
      Affiliation: Princeton University, NJ, U.S.A.
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    7. Index Of Nobel Laureates In Physics
    ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF nobel PRIZE LAUREATES IN PHYSICS. Name, Year Awarded. Alferov,Zhores I. 2000. Alfven, Hannes, 1970. Paul, wolfgang, 1989. pauli, wolfgang, 1945.
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    8. CERN Scientific Information Service
    until 1946 he was able to attend the nobel Festivities in Stockholm and give hisnobel Lecture. At the age of 58, wolfgang Ernst Friedrich pauli died on
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    • Born in Vienna, on the 25th April 1900. In 1918 he went to the University of Munich where he received his Doctors diploma in theoretical physics, "summa cum laude" in 1921 with A. Sommerfeld. From 1921-1922 he was an assistant of Max Born at Göttingen University. He went on to be an assistant of Wilhelm Lenz at Hamburg University. It was at the University of Copenhagen with Niels Bohr, where his research and interest in the anomal ous Zeeman effect culminated in 1924 with the formulation of the "Exclusion Principle" which governs how particles, like electrons, co-exist. It was for this he received the Nobel Prize in 1945. The theoretical prediction of the existence of the neutrino by Pauli in 1930 was finally confirmed by its detection in the experiment by Clyde Cowan and Fred Reines at Los Alamos in 1956. From 1924-1928 he taught physics at the University of Hamburg. In April 1928 he became a professor at the Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) in Zurich and kept his professorship until his death in 1958. In July 1940, Pauli and his wife, Franciska (Franca) left Europe to go as a visiting professor to the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton, New Jersey. It was there, in November 1945, Pauli received news that he had been awarded the

    9. The Pauli Archive
    the pauli Archive, a private collection of scientific books, reprints, correspondenceand manuscripts of the late Professor wolfgang pauli, nobel Laureate, 1945
    CERN CERN Archive CERN Scientific Information Service Help ... CERN Archive COLLECTIONS CDS Search (Archive Database) CERN Archive collection guide GENERAL INFORMATION Archive information Access rules Collection policy Divisional Records Officers (DRO) ... CERN Biographies The CERN Archive has custody of the Pauli Archive , a private collection of scientific books, reprints, correspondence and manuscripts of the late Professor Wolfgang Pauli Nobel Laureate, 1945 . The Pauli Archiv e also includes many photographs, Pauli's Nobel Prize and other scientific awards. CERN received this collection of documents after Pauli's death in 1958. Then his widow assisted by Charles Enz, Pauli's last assistant, took on the task of administering Pauli's scientific legacy. They approached colleagues to help in reassembling his imposing scientific correspondence. In these letters the new ideas in physics were discussed much as they now are in preprints and journals. Mrs. Pauli was also assisted by Victor Weisskopf, one of Pauli's first assistants, who was to become Director-General of CERN in 1961. In 1960 she began the process of bequeathing Pauli's scientific legacy to CERN, where a specially dedicated Pauli Memorial Room Salle Pauli ) has been created.

    10. Pauli Wolfgang
    wolfgang pauli was born in Vienna, on the 25th April 1900 pauli, while still an undergraduateat Munich, wrote an It was for this he received the nobel Prize in
    Wolfgang Pauli
    * 25 April, 1900, Vienna, Austria
    Wolfgang Pauli The theoretical prediction of the existence of the neutrino by Pauli in 1930 was finally confirmed by its detection in the experiment by Clyde Cowan and Frederick Reines (Nobel Prize 1995) at Los Alamos in 1956. In July 1940, Pauli and his wife, Franciska (Franca) left Europe to go as a visiting professor to the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton, New Jersey. It was there, in November 1945, Pauli received news that he had been awarded the Nobel Prize for the Exclusion Principle. It was not until 1946 he was able to attend the Nobel Festivities in Stockholm and give his Nobel Lecture. He obtained American citizenship in 1946, but then returned to Zurich the same year to take up his professorship at ETH. His links with Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton remained. On the 25 July 1949 Pauli also became a Swiss citizen. At the age of 58, Wolfgang Ernst Friedrich Pauli died on the 15 December 1958 at the Red Cross Hospital in Zurich, Switzerland. R eferences:
  • The Pauli Committee, The Pauli Archive,
  • 11. Physics Nobel Laureates 1925 - 1949
    The first nobel prize in physics was awarded to Wilhelm Röntgen in 1901. pauli,wolfgang , Austria, Princeton University, NJ, USA, * 1900, + 1958
    The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences
    Kungl. Vetenskapsakademien
    Physics 1925
    The prize for 1924: SIEGBAHN, KARL MANNE GEORG, Sweden, Uppsala University, "for his discoveries and research in the field of X-ray spectroscopy".
    The prize for 1925: Reserved.
    Physics 1926
    The prize for 1925 was awarded jointly to: FRANCK, JAMES, Germany, Goettingen University, + 1964; and HERTZ, GUSTAV, Germany, Halle University, "for their discovery of the laws governing the impact of an electron upon an atom".
    The prize for 1926: PERRIN, JEAN BAPTISTE, France, Sorbonne University, Paris, "for his work on the discontinuous structure of matter, and especially for his discovery of sedimentation equilibrium".
    Physics 1927
    The prize was divided equally between: COMPTON, ARTHUR HOLLY, U.S.A., Chicago University, "for his discovery of the effect named after him";
    and WILSON, CHARLES THOMSON REES, Great Britain, Cambridge University, * 1869 (in Glencorse, Scotland), "for his method of making the paths of electrically charged particles visible by condensation of vapour".
    Physics 1928

    12. Pauli, Wolfgang
    wolfgang pauli, 1945. UPI/CorbisBettmann. (b. April 25, 1900, Vienna, Austriad.Dec. 15, 1958, Zürich, Switz.), Austrian-born American winner of the nobel
    Pauli, Wolfgang
    Wolfgang Pauli, 1945 UPI/Corbis-Bettmann Nobel Prize for Physics in 1945 for his discovery in 1925 of the Pauli exclusion principle , which states that in an atom no two electrons can occupy the same quantum state simultaneously. This principle clearly relates the quantum theory to the observed properties of atoms. When he was 20, Pauli wrote a 200-page encyclopaedia article on the theory of relativity. He was appointed a lecturer at the University of Hamburg in 1923, and the following year he proposed that a fourth quantum number, which may take on the numerical values +1/2 or -1/2, was necessary to specify electron energy states. It was later found that the two values represent the two possible directions of spin for fermions. In 1925 he introduced his exclusion principle, which immediately made clear the reason for the structure of the periodic table of the elements. the institution became a great centre of research in theoretical physics during the years preceding World War II. In the late 1920s it was observed that when a beta particle (electron) is emitted from an atomic nucleus, there is generally some energy and momentum missing, a grave violation of the laws of conservation. Rather than allow these laws to be discarded, Pauli proposed in 1931 that the missing energy and momentum is carried away from the nucleus by some particle (later named the neutrino by Enrico Fermi ) that is uncharged and has little or no mass and had gone unnoticed because it interacts with matter so seldom that it is nearly impossible to detect. The neutrino was finally observed in 1956.

    13. Search Results For Wolfgang Pauli - Encyclopædia Britannica - The Online Encycl
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    14. Pauli, Wolfgang (1900-1958), Physicien Américain D'origine Autrichienne Et Laur
    Translate this page wolfgang pauli (1900-1958). Physicien américain d'origine autrichienne et lauréatdu prix nobel, connu pour sa définition du principe d'exclusion en
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    15. FUSION Anomaly. Wolfgang Pauli
    pauli (pou´lê), wolfgang 19001958 Austrian-born American physicist. Hewon a 1945 nobel Prize for work on atomic fissions. pauli, wolfgang.
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    Austrian-born American physicist. He won a 1945 Nobel Prize for work on atomic fissions. Pauli, Wolfgang Pauli, Wolfgang (1900-1958), American physicist, born in Vienna, Austria. In 1925 Pauli defined the exclusion principle: Only two electrons can occupy the same energy level simultaneously in an atom. In 1931 he hypothesized the existence of the subatomic elementary particle called the neutrino, a fundamental contribution to the meson theory. Pauli was awarded the 1945 Nobel Prize in physics. exclusion principle
    The principle that two particles of a given type, such as electrons, protons, or neutrons, cannot simultaneously occupy a particular quantum state. Also called Pauli exclusion principle. Exclusion Principle Exclusion Principle, in physics and chemistry, fundamental principle stating that two electrons cannot simultaneously occupy the same energy state in an atom. This principle, which explains the regularities of the periodic law, was developed in 1925 by Austrian-American theoretical physicist Wolfgang Pauli. In the quantum mechanical model of the atom, electrons are limited by four values called quantum numbers that describe the atom mathematically. The principal quantum number defines the principal shell (energy state) of an electron. The angular momentum quantum number describes the magnitude of an electron's angular momentum. The magnetic quantum number describes the magnetic orientation of the orbital plane of an electron. The spin magnetic quantum number designates the electron's spin as counterclockwise or clockwise. Physicists use these quantum numbers to establish the maximum number of electrons permitted in each electron shell of an atom.

    16. A Biography Of Wolfgang Pauli
    1958. In 1945, wolfgang pauli recieved a nobel Prize in Physics forthe development of the pauli Exclusion Principle. The pauli
    Wolfgang Pauli
    Wolfgang Pauli was born in Vienna on April 25, 1900. Pauli's father was a physician and professor at the University in Vienna . Pauli did extremely well in school and in 1918 he went to the University of Munich to earn his Ph.D. in theoretical physics. In 1921, he graduated with honors with A. Sommerfeld. In 1921, Pauli became an assistant to Max Born at . After being an assistant to Max Born, Wolfgang Pauli spent a brief time at Hamburg University assisting Wilhelm Lenz before he went To work with Niels Bohr at the University of Copenhagen . In 1924, Pauli developed the exclusion principle. The exclusion principle is what Pauli was most known for and what he recieved his Nobel Prize for in 1945. Though Pauli enjoyed working with and respected Bohr, he left to teach physics at the University of Hamburg in 1924. In 1928, he moved once again to the in Zurich and stayed there until he died in 1958. In 1945, Wolfgang Pauli recieved a Nobel Prize in Physics for the development of the Pauli Exclusion Principle. The Pauli Exclusion Principle has three main parts. The first part says that no two electrons can be in the same place at the same time. The second states that an electron can be described by four quantum numbers. The third part of the exclusion principle said that no two electrons in a single atom can have the same set of quantum numbers. Besides the Pauli Exclusion Principle, Wolfgang Pauli is known for his work on the Zeeman effect and his prediction (and eventually, discovery of) of the neutrino. In 1932, Pauli proposed that a particle causing beta decay in Radium had to exist. He called this a "neutrino." In 1956, shortly before his death, the neutrino was detected by experimentation. Sadly, on December 15, 1958, Wolfgang Pauli died.

    17. Wolfgang Pauli (1908-1958) Library Of Congress Citations
    physicist, nobel prizewinner Heading pauli, wolfgang, 19001958. Relativithatstheorie.English References pauli, wolfgang, 1900-1958.

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    Down to Name Citations LC Online Catalog Amazon Search Book Citations [30 Records] Author: Pauli, Wolfgang, 1900-1958. Uniform Title: Relativithatstheorie. English Title: Theory of relativity. Translated from the German by G. Field, with supplementary notes by the author. Published: New York, Pergamon Press, 1958. Description: 241 p. illus. 26 cm. LC Call No.: QC6 .P323 Dewey No.: 530.11 Notes: Includes bibliography. Subjects: Relativity (Physics) Control No.: 58007692 /L/r83 Author: Pauli, Wolfgang, 1900-1958. Title: Aufshatze und Vortrhage huber Physik und Erkenntnistheorie. Published: Braunschweig, F. Vieweg, 1961. Description: 183 p. illus. 22 cm. Series: Die Wissenschaft; Sammlung von Einzeldarstellungen aus allen Gebieten der Naturwissenschaft, Bd. 115 LC Call No.: QC6 .P317 Dewey No.: 530.1 Notes: Includes bibliography. Subjects: Physics Philosophy. Series Entry: Wissenschaft (Braunschweig, Germany) ; Bd. 115. Control No.: 61003129 /L/r842 Author: Pauli, Wolfgang, 1900-1958. Title: Vorlesung huber Thermodynamik und kinetische Gastheorie. Edition: Stark verb. 2. Aufl. Published: Zhurich, Verlag des Vereins der Mathematiker und Physiker an der ETH; Vertrieb: Akad. Buchgenossenschaft, Zhurich, 1958. Description: 87 l. illus. 31 cm. LC Call No.: QC311 .P24 1958 Notes: Includes bibliography. Subjects: Thermodynamics. Kinetic theory of gases. Other titles: Thermodynamik und kinetische Gastheorie. Control No.: 61045700 /L/r962

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    19. Nobel Prize And Return To Zurich
    nobel Prize for Physics 1945. In November 1945 wolfgang pauli was awarded thenobel Prize for Physics for his discovery of the exclusion principle.
    Nobel Prize for Physics 1945
    In November 1945 Wolfgang Pauli was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics for his discovery of the exclusion principle. The event was welcomed with enthusiasm at Princeton because Pauli was the first active member of the Institute to receive this highest recognition. His colleagues staged a large official ceremony to which many prominent persons were invited. The climax was the concluding speech by Albert Einstein in which he described Pauli as his intellectual successor. Nobel prize celebration in Princeton
    The award came at a favourable time for Wolfgang Pauli as it opened up very interesting possibilities for his further career. He received offers from Princeton and from the Columbia University in New York. In addition, he was granted American citizenship. Nobel prize record
    Return to Zurich
    After all these honours and offers, nobody in Zurich reckoned seriously with Wolfgang Pauli's return any more. All the more surprised were his Zurich colleagues and the School Council when Pauli did indeed fulfil his promise in April 1946 to take up his chair again. It had not been easy for Pauli to forego the professorship at the Columbia University or at Princeton. A major role in this decision was apparently played by the increasing influence of the military over physics research in the USA, of which Pauli disapproved as a proponent of free science.

    20. Index Virtual Exhibition Wolfgang Pauli
    1941, Princeton, Robert Oppenheimer. 1945, nobel Prize and Return to Zurich,1948, The second period in Zurich, Paul Scherrer. 1950, pauli's Assistants,
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    deutsche Version time biography theory persons Birth and Childhood Ernst Mach Studies in Munich Arnold Sommerfeld ... deutsche Version

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