Index Of Nobel Laureates In Physics ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF nobel PRIZE LAUREATES IN PHYSICS. Name, Year Awarded. Alferov,Zhores I. 2000. Charpak, Georges, 1992. cherenkov, pavel alekseyevich, 1958. http://almaz.com/nobel/physics/alpha.html
Pavel A. Cherenkov - Biography pavel A. cherenkov Biography. pavel alekseyevich cherenkov was born inVoronezh Region on July 28, 1904. From nobel Lectures, Physics 19421962. http://www.nobel.se/physics/laureates/1958/cerenkov-bio.html
Extractions: Pavel Alekseyevich Cherenkov was born in Voronezh Region on July 28, 1904. His parents, Aleksei and Mariya Cerenkov, were peasants. He graduated from the Physico-Mathematical Faculty of Voronezh State University in 1928, and in 1930 he took a post as senior scientific officer in the P.N. Lebedev Institute of Physics in the U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences. He was promoted to section leader, and in 1940 he was awarded the degree of Doctor in Physico-Mathematical Sciences. In 1953 he was confirmed in the academic rank of Professor of Experimental Physics, and since 1959 he has controlled the photo-meson processes laboratory. He has taught in institutes for higher learning for fourteen years. It was in 1934, whilst he was working under S.I. Vavilov, that Cerenkov observed the emission of blue light from a bottle of water subjected to radioactive bombardment. This "Cerenkov effect", associated with charged atomic particles moving at velocities higher than the speed of light, proved to be of great importance in subsequent experimental work in nuclear physics and for the study of cosmic rays. The Cerenkov detector has become a standard piece of equipment in atomic research for observing the existence and velocity of high-speed particles, and the device was installed in Sputnik III. He has shared in the work of development and construction of electron accelerators and in investigations of photo-nuclear and photo-meson reactions.
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Cherenkov, Pavel Alekseyevich cherenkov, pavel alekseyevich,. cherenkov also spelled CERENKOV (b. July 15 July28, New Style 1990, USSR), Soviet physicist who shared the 1958 nobel Prize for http://www.britannica.com/nobel/micro/120_32.html
Extractions: Cherenkov also spelled CERENKOV (b. July 15 [July 28, New Style], 1904, Novaya Chigla, Russiad. Jan. 6, 1990, U.S.S.R.), Soviet physicist who shared the 1958 Nobel Prize for Physics with fellow Soviet scientists Igor Y. Tamm and Ilya M. Frank for their investigation of the phenomenon called Cherenkov radiation . Cherenkov discovered that light is emitted by electrons as they pass through a transparent medium at a speed higher than the speed of light in that medium. Cherenkov graduated from Voronezh State University in 1928; he later became a research student at the P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the Soviet Union (now the Russian Academy of Sciences). In 1934, in the course of his dissertation research, he observed that electrons produced a faint blue glow when passing through a transparent liquid at high velocity. This phenomenon, which was interpreted by Tamm and Frank, led to the development of the Cherenkov counter, or Cherenkov detector, which was later used extensively in experimental nuclear and particle physics. Cherenkov continued to do research in nuclear physics at the Lebedev Institute, where he became a full professor in 1959.
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Extractions: Year Article Country* Achievement Germany discovery of X rays Lorentz, Hendrik Antoon The Netherlands investigation of the influence of magnetism on radiation Zeeman, Pieter The Netherlands investigation of the influence of magnetism on radiation Becquerel, Henri France discovery of spontaneous radioactivity Curie, Marie France investigations of radiation phenomena discovered by Becquerel Curie, Pierre France investigations of radiation phenomena discovered by Becquerel Rayleigh (of Terling Place), John William Strutt, 3rd Baron U.K. discovery of argon Lenard, Philipp Germany research on cathode rays Thomson, Sir J.J. U.K. researches into electrical conductivity of gases Michelson, A.A. U.S. spectroscopic and metrological investigations Lippmann, Gabriel France photographic reproduction of colours Braun, Ferdinand Germany development of wireless telegraphy Marconi, Guglielmo Italy development of wireless telegraphy Waals, Johannes Diederik van der The Netherlands research concerning the equation of state of gases and liquids Wien, Wilhelm
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Extractions: Pronunciation Key Cherenkov, Pavel Alekseyevich , Soviet physicist. He shared with the Soviet physicists I. M. Frank and I. Y. Tamm the 1958 Nobel Prize in Physics for his discovery (1934) of Cherenkov radiation . His research opened the way to new studies of high-energy subatomic particles and of cosmic rays.
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Extractions: Soviet physicist. In 1934 he discovered Cherenkov radiation; this occurs as a bluish light when charged atomic particles pass through water or other media at a speed in excess of that of light. He shared a Nobel prize 1958 with his colleagues Ilya Frank and Igor Tamm for work resulting in a cosmic-ray counter.
Cherenkov, Pavel Alekseyevich Translate this page pavel alekseyevich cherenkov est né dans la Région de Voronezh le 28 juillet1904. De Cours nobel, Physique 1942-1962. pavel A. Cerenkov est mort en 1990. http://www.cartage.org.lb/fr/themes/Biographies/mainbiographie/C/Cherenkov/Chere
Extractions: Cherenkov, Pavel Alekseyevich Pavel Alekseyevich Cherenkov est né dans la Région de Voronezh le 28 juillet 1904. Ses parents, Aleksei et Mariya Cerenkov, étaient des paysans. Il a terminé ses études à la Faculté(corps enseignant) Physico-mathématique d'Université D'état de Voronezh en 1928 et en 1930 il a pris un poste comme l'officier scientifique senior dans le P.N. Lebedev Institut de Physique dans l'Académie de l'URSS de Sciences. Il a été promu au leader de section et en 1940 on lui a attribué le degré de Docteur dans des Sciences Physico-mathématiques. En 1953 il a été confirmé dans le rang universitaire de Professeur de Physique Expérimentale et depuis 1959 il a contrôlé le photo-meson traite le laboratoire. Il a enseigné dans des instituts de l'étude plus haute pendant quatorze ans. C'était en 1934, pendant qu'il travaillait sous S.I. Vavilov, que Cerenkov a observé l'émission de lumière bleue d'une bouteille d'eau soumise au bombardement radioactif. Ce "Cerenkov effectuent", associé aux particules atomiques chargées se déplaçant aux vitesses plus haut que la vitesse de la lumière, prouvée pour être très important dans le travail expérimental suivant dans la physique nucléaire et pour l'étude de rayons cosmiques. Le détecteur Cerenkov est devenu un morceau standard d'équipement dans la recherche atomique pour observer l'existence et la vitesse de particules ultra-rapides et le dispositif a été installé dans Sputnik III. Il a partagé dans le travail de développement et la construction d'accélérateurs électroniques et dans les enquêtes de réactions photo-nucléaires et photo-meson.
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Extractions: Britannica CD Index Articles Dictionary Help Cherenkov also spelled C ERENKOV (b. July 15 [July 28, New Style], 1904, Novaya Chigla, Russiad. Jan. 6, 1990, U.S.S.R.), corecipient of the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1958 with Igor Y. Tamm and Ilya M. Frank, both also of the Soviet Union, for their investigation and interpretation of the phenomenon called Cherenkov radiation q.v. Cherenkov graduated from Voronezh State University in 1928. He discovered the Cherenkov radiation effect in 1934, when he was a research student at the Institute of Physics of the Academy of Sciences of the Soviet Union, where he remained as a member and, from 1959, full professor. Related Propaedia Topics: The electromagnetic field and the theory of electromagnetic radiation Show Index
Cherenkov Effect - Wikipedia It is named for pavel alekseyevich cherenkov, the 1958 nobel Prize winnerwho was the first to rigorously characterize it. Physical Origin. http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cherenkov_radiation
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Extractions: NaukaNet Chatroom NOBEL LAUREATES Below is a list of Nobel Laureates, starting with the most recent, that were either Russian or Soviet citizens at the time of their award. There is also a large number of Laureates that were born in Russia or the USSR but had relocated, either as children or far into their careers, to other countries at the time of their award. We have attempted to list the country correctly - Russia or the USSR - depending on the status of the country at the time of the laureate's birth and/or award.
Nobel Prize Laureates With Russian Roots nobel Prize Laureates with Russian roots. pavel alekseyevich cherenkov(1904 1990), was born in Novaja Chigla near Voronez, Russia. http://www.almamater.edu.ru/publ/nobel/
Extractions: Alma Mater : Our publications Zhores I. Alferov , born in 1930. The Prize for developing semiconductor heterostructures used in high-speed and opto-electronics.( , physics) Mikhail Sergeyevich Gorbachev , born in 1931. The Prize for his leading role in the peace process which today characterizes important parts of the international community. ( , peace). Nycolay Gennadiyevich Basov (1922 - 2001), was born in Russia, near Voronez, Russia. The Prize for fundamental work in the field of quantum electronics, which has led to the construction of oscillators and amplifiers, based on the maser-laser principle. ( , physics) Bellow Saul , was born in family of emigrant from Russia in 1915. The Prize for the human understanding and subtle analysis of contemporary culture that are combined in his work. (
1958 NOBLE Awards CHEMISTRY, Frederick Sanger. PHYSICS, pavel alekseyevich cherenkov, Il´ja MikhailovichFrank, Igor Yevgenyevich Tamm. LITERATURE, Boris Leonidovich Pasternak. http://www.123awards.com/NOBEL/1958.asp
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