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Arthur Schawlow (1981) Premio Nobel per la fisica 1981
Arthur Schawlow (1981)
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Arthur Leonard Schawlow (Mount Vernon, 5 maggio 1921Palo Alto, 28 aprile 1999) è stato un fisico statunitense, vincitore, insieme a Nicolaas Bloembergen, del premio Nobel per la fisica nel 1981, per «il loro contributo allo sviluppo della spettroscopia laser». Insieme ai due fu premiato Kai Siegbahn «per il suo contributo allo sviluppo di spettroscopia degli elettroni ad alta risoluzione».[1]


  1. ^ (EN) Il premio Nobel per la fisica nel 1981, su URL consultato il 10 luglio 2008.

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