de Broglie


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French nuclear physicist who generalized the wave-particle duality by proposing that particles of matter exhibit wavelike properties (1892-1987)

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34; mientras que lo mas simple para ellos es lo relacionado con la Longitud de onda de De Broglie, con promedio en esas preguntas de 0.
Problem definition of investigation of EWP and de Broglie electron half-waves in the metal conductor with pulse current.
Several experiments have observed a reduced de Broglie wavelength of photons in the time-domain.
At the time, the British tabloids were harsh, Edouard de Broglie recalls.
Failure to recognise the fact that the de Broglie wavelength is not an inherent property of a microscopic entity
Eating in the dark might be a bit of a challenge but de Broglie said that people quickly learn to use their other senses.
GLOSARIO b Constante de Boltzmann [DELTA] Separacion entre capas de grafito [delata]S Intervalo entre los tamanos de poro [xi] Longitud de onda de De Broglie [[epsilon].
Mark Kasevich, Stanford University, Atomic de Broglie Wave Navigation Sensors and Applications of Ultra-fast Electron Sources
Any college physics student will recognize their names, although some are better known than others: Bohr, Ehrenfest, Einstein, Born, Schrodinger, Pauli, de Broglie, Heisenberg, Dirac, and Jordan.
Doppler shows the origins of special relativity and the de Broglie wavelength, the basis of the Schroedinger Equation.
On remarquera, comme Gabriel de Broglie, que la loi est souvent lacunaire (141).
In the 1920s, French physicist Louis-Victor de Broglie proposed that a particle could behave as a wave, and the wavelength would be determined by the particle's speed and mass; the heavier and faster the particle, the shorter its wavelength.
Louis de Broglie made a similar argument regarding the material atom: the concept of the classical atom, when interrogated, collapses upon itself to offer a glimpse of wave-particle duality.
Il obtint son doctorat de l'Universite de Szeged en 1946, avant d'entreprendre des etudes postdoctorales a Paris sous la direction de Louis de Broglie et de Raymond Daudel.
As Professor Craiutu shows, Pierre-Paul Royer-Collard, Charles de Remusat, Prosper de Barante, Victor de Broglie, Hercule de Serre, and Francois Guizot and others who comprised this loosely affiliated group of thinkers were the "founding fathers" of many modern French institutions.