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  1. Wolfgang Ernst Pauli ( / ˈpɔːli /; [12] German: [ˈvɔlfɡaŋ ˈpaʊli]; 25 April 1900 – 15 December 1958) was an Austrian theoretical physicist and one of the pioneers of quantum physics.

  2. wolfgang pauli, in full wolfgang ernst friedrich pauli, (born april 25, 1900, vienna, austria—died dec. 15, 1958, zürich, switz.), austrian-born physicist and recipient of the 1945 nobel prize for physics for his discovery in 1925 of the pauli exclusion principle, which states that in an atom no two electrons can occupy the same quantum state …

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  3. W olfgang Pauli was born on April 25th, 1900 in Vienna. He received his early education in Vienna before studying at the University of Munich under Arnold Sommerfeld. He obtained his doctor’s degree in 1921 and spent a year at the University of Göttingen as assistant to Max Born and a further year with Niels Bohr at Copenhagen.

  4. Wolfgang Ernst Pauli was born in 1900 in Vienna. He received his doctoral degree from the University of Munich in 1921, and spent a year at the University of Gottingen as assistant to Max Born and a further year with Niels Bohr at Copenhagen.

  5. Wolfgang Pauli The Nobel Prize in Physics 1945 Born: 25 April 1900, Vienna, Austria Died: 15 December 1958, Zurich, Switzerland Affiliation at the time of the award: Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, USA Prize motivation: “for the discovery of the Exclusion Principle, also called the Pauli Principle” Prize share: 1/1 Work

  6. nationalmaglab.org › pioneers › wolfgang-pauliWolfgang Pauli - MagLab

    Austrian-born scientist Wolfgang Ernst Pauli made numerous important contributions to twentieth-century theoretical physics, including explaining the Zeeman effect, first postulating the existence of the neutrino, and developing what has come to be known as the Pauli exclusion principle.

  7. (One of the Pioneers of Quantum Physics and Winner of 1945 Nobel Prize for Physics) Wolfgang Ernst Pauli was an Austrian-Swiss theoretical physicist, winner of Nobel Prize in Physics for his discovery of the ‘Exclusion Principle’, also known as the ‘Pauli Principle’. He was born in Vienna and spent his career working as a theoretical physicist.

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