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Erwin Schrodinger

1887-1961
Ausztria
Fizika

contributed to creation of quantum mechanics; formulated the Schrödinger wave equation
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Wolfgang Pauli

1900-1958
Ausztria
Fizika

discovered the exclusion principle; suggested the existence of the neutrino
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Ludwig Boltzmann

1844-1906
Ausztria
Fizika

developed statistical mechanics and applied it to kinetic theory of gases
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Christian Doppler

1803-1853
Ausztria
Fizika

experimented with sound waves; derived an expression for the apparent change in wavelength of a wave due to relative motion between the source and observer
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Lise Meitner

1878-1968
Ausztria
Fizika

co-discovered the element protactinium and studied the effects of neutron bombardment on uranium; introduced term ``fission'' for splitting the atomic nucleus
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Karl L. Littrow

1811-
Ausztria
Fizika


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Ernst Mach

1838-1916
Ausztria
Fizika

studied conditions that occur when an object moves through a fluid at high speed (the ``Mach number'' gives the ratio of the speed of the object to the speed of sound in the fluid); proposed ``Mach's principle,''
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Victor Franz Hess

1883-1964
Ausztria
Fizika

discovered cosmic radiation
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Isidor Isaac Rabi

1898-1988
Ausztria
Fizika

developed the resonance technique for measuring the magnetic properties of atomic nuclei
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Paul Ehrenfest

1880-1933
Ausztria
Fizika

applied quantum mechanics to rotating bodies; helped develop the modern statistical theory of nonequilibrium thermodynamics

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