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Wolfgang Pauli


An Austrian theoretical physicist and among the pioneers of quantum physics. He was honored the 1945 Nobel Award in Physics for his function about the Pauli concept. He spent a calendar year at the School of Göttingen as the associate to German physicist Potential Born. Scientific apparatus had a propensity to break when he is at the vicinity, which sensation was coined the Pauli impact. He was wedded twice, but never really had any kids. He was nominated for the Nobel Award in Chemistry in 1945 by Albert Einstein.

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Full Name Wolfgang Pauli
Date Of Birth April 25, 1900
Died December 15, 1958, Zürich, Switzerland
Place Of Birth Vienna, Austria
Profession Scientist
Education Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
Nationality Swiss, American, Austrian
Spouse Franziska Bertram, Käthe Margarethe Deppner
Parents Wolfgang Joseph Pauli, Bertha Camilla Schütz
Siblings Hertha Pauli
Awards Nobel Prize in Physics, Max Planck Medal, Matteucci Medal, Lorentz Medal
Star Sign Taurus

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