Famous Physicists - page 3

The Most Famous Physicists

Walter KohnMarch 9, 1923AustrianNobel Laureate Walter Kohn was an Austrian-born American theoretical chemist and physicist
Amedeo AvogadroAugust 9, 1776ItalianAmedeo Avogadro was an Italian scientist who formulated what is now known as Avogadro's law
Gabriel LippmannAugust 16, 1845FrenchGabriel Lippmann was a French physicist and inventor
Charles Augustin De CoulombJune 14, 1736FrenchCharles Coulomb was the French physicist who developed Coulomb’s law
Karl Ferdinand BraunJune 6, 1850GermanKarl Ferdinand Braun was a German physicist and inventor who received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1909
James MaxwellJune 13, 1831ScottishJames Maxwell was a Scottish physicist credited to be the father of modern physics
Christian DopplerNovember 29, 1803AustrianChristian Doppler was an Austrian mathematician and physicist, who gave the principle of ‘Doppler Effect’
Sadi CarnotJune 1, 1796FrenchSadi Carnot was a learned French scientist who founded modern thermodynamics
Francis William AstonSeptember 1, 1877BritishFrancis William Aston was a British scientist who won the 1922 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Homi BhabhaOctober 30, 1909IndianHomi Bhabha was the father of Indian nuclear programme
Charles Augustin De Coulomb

Charles Augustin De Coulomb

Charles Coulomb was the French physicist who developed Coulomb’s law

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