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Niels Bohr

(1885—1962) Danish physicist and pioneer in quantum physics


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Aage Niels Bohr (1922—2009)

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Bohr, Aage Niels (1922-2009)

Bohr, Niels (1885–1962)

Bohr, Niels (1885–1962)

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Bohr, Niels Hendrik David (1885–1962)

Bohr, Niels Hendrik David (1885–1962)

Bohr, Niels Hendrik David (1885–1962)

BOHR, Niels Henrik David (1885 - 1962), Professor in Theoretical Physics, University of Copenhagen, since 1916; Director of Institute for Theoretical Physics, Copenhagen, since 1920

Bohr, Niels Henrik David (1885–1962)

Bohr, Niels Henrik David (1885–1962)

Bohr, Niels Henrik David (1885–1962)

Bohr, Niels Henrik David FRS (1885–1962)

FRITH, Christopher Donald (born 1942), Professor in Neuropsychology, Institute of Neurology, University College London, 1994–2008, now Emeritus; Niels Bohr Visiting Professor, University of Aarhus, Denmark, since 2007; Fellow, All Souls College, Oxford, since 2011

FRITH, Uta (born 1941), Professor of Cognitive Development, Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London, 1996–2006, now Emeritus (Deputy Director, 1998–2006); Guest Professor, Niels Bohr Project on Interacting Minds, Aarhus University, since 2007

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Niels Bohr and the Quantum Atom

Niels Henrik David Bohr (1885–1962)

 

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(1885–1962)

Danish physicist and Nobel prizewinner, remembered philosophically as the founder of the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum theory. This antirealist interpretation of the quantum world accorded with Bohr's more general views of the perspectival and partial nature of complementary understandings of the world.

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