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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Quantum-entropic logic theory expands de Broglie conclusions to all material mediums, including information.
At the time, the British tabloids were harsh, Edouard de Broglie recalls.
Eating in the dark might be a bit of a challenge but de Broglie said that people quickly learn to use their other senses.
For those who get excited over the grandeur and mystique of one of the most debated realities of Physics -- the ' Quantum Theory' -- the book cruises past the lives and works of old masters and young turks -- Ernest Rutherford, Prince Louis De Broglie, Wolfgang Pauli, Erwin Schrodinger and Arnold Sommerfield, to name a few.
Amy Winehouse, left, gets a makeover for Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres' 1853 work Princess Albert de Broglie.
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.
During the Solvay conference in 1927 de Broglie put forward a deterministic theory, but this was refuted by Pauli and the Copenhagen interpretation triumphed.
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).
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.
Its owner, Edouard de Broglie, who's opening another in London this summer, said: "All your other senses are abruptly awoken and you taste the food like you have never tasted it before.
Raoul de Broglie, 'Les Clouet de Chantilly: Catalogue Illustre', Gazette" des Beaux-Arts, January-June 1971, pp.
Spinach Timbale Nancy Nachman Silverman learned to make this custardy baked spinach dish from Marie-Blanche de Broglie, a Parisian cooking teacher.