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Bohr

(bōr),
Christian, Danish physiologist, 1855-1911. See: Bohr effect, Bohr equation.

Bohr

(bōr),
Niels H.D., Danish physicist and Nobel laureate, 1885-1962. See: Bohr atom, Bohr magneton, Bohr theory.
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In the end, Frayn's Heisenberg even absolves Bohr for his role in building the Allied bomb, to which Bohr responds, "Whereas you, my dear Heisenberg, never managed to contribute to the death of one single solitary person in all your life.
It's the question Frayn asks, ultimately, of us, too, we who sit in the audience, facing one another, arenalike, surrounding the play, listening to the greatest moral questions of our time articulated by three fine actors (Philip Bosco as Bohr, Blair Brown as Margrethe, Michael Cumpsty as Heisenberg).
Was he trying to enlist Bohr in a plan mutually to undermine both the Allies' and the Nazis' plans for a bomb?
5) "Hay amplio testimonio de que el dominio que Bohr tenia de las matematicas era muy limitado.
It is time to remember Nagaoka together with Rutherford and Bohr.
En Copenhague participan unicamente tres personajes: Heisenberg, Bohr y la esposa de este, Margrethe.
From the relation (3) and (4) is seen that the radius of the elliptic side of the double surface is greater than Bohr radius only once, i.
Bohr added that the consumer would favour automatic driving in congested areas while retaining the ability to drive manually in some scenarios.
Woolf, in contrast, is closer to Bohr in that she finds a way to "talk in a productive way" about the nature of experience itself, and part of that experience is madness.
He traces the quantum revolution unwittingly sparked by Max Planck, the tensions between the Einstein and Bohr camps in this pivotal chapter in the continuing debate over the nature of reality (with Einstein arguing for an objective reality independent of an observer), and recent attempts to reconcile these views.
Su principio adiabatico, junto con el principio de correspondencia de Niels Bohr (1885-1962), se convirtio en una forma de establecer puentes entre la vision mecanicista y electromagnetica clasica y los nuevos conceptos.
En el ano de 1927 en la ciudad de Como, Italia, en el congreso dedicado al centenario de la muerte del fisico italiano Alessandra Volta, el fisico danes Niels Bohr ofrece la conferencia que marca el surgimiento de la idea de la complementariedad en la recientemente desarrollada teoria cuantica.