Kronig

Krö·nig

(krā'nig),
Georg, German physician, 1856-1911. See: Krönig isthmus, Krönig steps.
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A different solution was suggested by Kronig, who proposed that the half-integer number was generated by a self-rotation motion of the electron (spin), but Pauli rejected this theory.
This is a remarkable statement given that the term spin was only brought about until 1925 by Ralph Kronig, George Uhlenbeck, and Samuel Goudsmit at Leiden University.
(2.) Jurgen Kronig, "Germany in Europe The Unwilling Hegemon," Policy Network, (May 7, 2013), retrieved from www.policy-network.ne.
"Kramers- Kronig Relations in Optical Materials Research", Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, 2004.
Byline: SAYS JURGEN KRONIG GERMAN HEAD OF THE FOREIGN PRESS ASSOCIATION IN LONDON
In short, it is frequently seen as a 'dumbing down' of the public sphere, by removing the role of experts in favour of an 'unmediated' foregrounding of ordinary people (McKee; Hartley), or a "triumph of emotional sensationalism over serious issues from politics to science" (Kronig 47).
Camera (color), Konstantin Kronig; editor, Alan Levy; music, Cihan Sezer; production designer, Atilla Yilmaz; costume designer, Zeynep Sirlikaya; sound (Dolby Digital), Jacob Ilger; sound designer, Lars Ginzel.
Kronig (2004), Von der Schule in die Berufslehre, Untersuchungen zur Benachteiligung yon auslandischen und yon weiblichen Jugendlichen bei der Lehrstellensuche, Haupt Bern.