Timeline – Quantum Physics

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The timeline of quantum mechanics is a list of key events in the history of quantum mechanics, quantum field theories and quantum chemistry. Contents 1 – 19th century 2 – 20th century 2.1 – 1900–1909 2.2 – 1910–1919 2.3 – 1920–1929 2.4 – 1930–1939 2.5 – 1940–1949 2.6 – 1950–1959 2.7 – 1960–1969 2.8 – 1971–1979 Read More …

Niels Henrik David Bohr: October 7, 1885 – November 18, 1962

Niels Henrik David Bohr was a Danish physicist who made foundational contributions to understanding atomic structure and quantum theory, for which he received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1922. Bohr was also a philosopher and a promoter of scientific research.

Gustav Kirchoff: 12 March 1824 – 17 October 1887

Interesting Gustav Kirchoff Facts Video – Simplest Explanation of KIRCHHOFF’S LAWS Gustav Robert Kirchhoff From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Born Gustav Robert Kirchhoff12 March 1824Königsberg, Province of East Prussia, Kingdom of Prussia(present-day Kaliningrad, Russia) Died 17 October 1887 (aged 63)Berlin, Province of Brandenburg, Kingdom of Prussia(present-day Germany) Nationality Prussian (1824–1871)German (1871–1887) Alma mater University of Königsberg Known for Read More …

Thomas Young FRS: June 13, 1773 – May 10, 1829

Phenomenon: The Life of Thomas Young “From time to time in history men are born a whole age too soon. Probably the men were so great, so self-fed, that recognition of them by others was not necessary to them.” –Ralph Waldo Emerson “[Young] was one of the most acute men who ever lived, but had Read More …