Pauli, Wolfgang

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Wolfgang, Austrian-U.S. physicist and Nobel laureate, 1900-1958.
Pauli exclusion principle - the theory limiting the number of electrons in the orbit or shell of an atom.
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However, in the letter by Wolfgang Pauli (letter 115, March 1954), written while in Princeton and in conversation with Einstein, he states, "[Einstein] is not at all annoyed with you, but only said you were a person who would not listen.
Around the same time, Pascual Jordon, Werner Heisenberg, and Wolfgang Pauli proposed a distinct but equivalent theory.
The Austrian-born American physicist Wolfgang Pauli (1900-1958) considered the matter and felt that there was need for a fourth quantum number.
Wolfgang Pauli did important work on particle physics there.
Wemer Heisenberg, Wolfgang Pauli, and other prominent physicists like Debye were also interested in such fields.
Scholars of psychology and physics explore the ongoing implications of the encounter of Wolfgang Pauli (1900-58), one of the architects of modern quantum theory, with Carl Gustav Jung (1878-1961), pioneer of analytical depth psychology.
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.
This book is based on a program on the Gross-Pitaevskii equation, held at the Wolfgang Pauli Institute in Vienna in 2006.
But then Wolfgang Pauli proposed that a ghostly new particle, later christened the neutrino, was also emitted in beta decay, carrying precisely enough energy to balance the books and save the energy conservation law.
Developing ideas from Coleridge, Deleuze and Wolfgang Pauli, Code reinterprets and develops Whitehead's vision of philosophy and rationality to open the path for the construction of 'a metaphysical imaginary that is capable of fostering the production of genuine knowledge in the form of real insights and intuitions that pertain to every aspect of living and thinking.'
He yoked psychology and physics when he worked for a time with Wolfgang Pauli, the Nobel Laureate in physics.