- (1885-1962)Danish physicist. Born in Copenhagen, he was the son of a non-Jewish father. He became professor of chemical physics at the University of Copenhagen, and in 1920 head of the Institute of Theoretical Physics. In 1922 he was awarded the Nobel Prize.
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Bohr, Niels — ▪ Danish physicist Introduction in full Niels Henrik David Bohr born Oct. 7, 1885, Copenhagen, Den. died Nov. 18, 1962, Copenhagen Danish physicist who was the first to apply the quantum theory, which restricts the energy of a system to… … Universalium
Bohr, Niels H. D. — ► (1885 1962) Físico danés. Fue premio Nobel de Física en 1922, por sus trabajos sobre la estructura del átomo … Enciclopedia Universal
Bohr, Niels — (1885–1962) Danish physicist, won Nobel Prize for Physics (1922) … Bryson’s dictionary for writers and editors
BOHR, NIELS HENRIK DAVID — (1885–1962), Danish physicist and Nobel laureate. He was born in Copenhagen. His father was non Jewish, a professor of physiology at the University of Copenhagen, and his mother, née Ella Adler, belonged to a prominent Jewish banking family. He… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Bohr,Niels Henrik David — Bohr (bôr, bōr), Niels Henrik David. 1885 1962. Danish physicist. He won a 1922 Nobel Prize for investigating atomic structure and radiations. His son Aage Niels Bohr (born 1922), also a physicist, shared a 1975 Nobel Prize for discovering the… … Universalium
Bohr , Niels Hendrik David — (1885–1962) Danish physicist Niels Bohr came from a very distinguished scientific family in Copenhagen, Denmark. His father, Christian, was professor of physiology at Copenhagen and his brother Harald was a mathematician of great distinction.… … Scientists
Bohr, Niels (Henrik David) — born Oct. 7, 1885, Copenhagen, Den. died Nov. 18, 1962, Copenhagen Danish physicist. He studied the structure of the atom with J.J. Thomson and Ernest Rutherford at the universities of Cambridge and Manchester. He was among the first to see the… … Universalium
Bohr, Niels (Henrik David) — (7 oct. 1885, Copenhague, Dinamarca–18 nov. 1962, Copenhague). Físico danés. Estudió la estructura del átomo con J.J. Thomson y Ernest Rutherford en las universidades de Cambridge y Manchester. Fue uno de los primeros en ver la importancia del… … Enciclopedia Universal
Bohr, Niels Henrik David — (1885–1962) Danish physicist and Nobel laureate, 1922. Born in Copenhagen to a non Jewish father and a Jewish mother, Bohr received a doctorate from Copenhagen University in 1911. He worked in Manchester with Sir Ernest Rutherford, the British … Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament
Niels Bohr — Born Niels Henrik David Bohr 7 October 1885(1885 10 07) Copenhagen, Denmark … Wikipedia