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  1. Background. The phenomenon was originally predicted by Maria Goeppert-Mayer in 1931 in her doctoral dissertation. Thirty years later, the invention of the laser permitted the first experimental verification of TPA when two-photon-excited fluorescence was detected in a europium-doped crystal.

  2. 3:30–4:30 pm Maria Goeppert-Mayer Lecture Hall. Oct 20. The University of Chicago Department of Physics 5720 South Ellis Avenue Room 201 Chicago, IL 60637 P: 773 ...

  3. fr.wikipedia.org › wiki › ADPADP — Wikipédia

    ADP est un sigle qui peut faire référence à : . absorption à deux photons, un phénomène physique découvert par Maria Goeppert-Mayer ;; action à dividende prioritaire ;

  4. -Las matemáticas comienzan a parecerse demasiado a resolver un puzzle. La física también, pero son puzzles creados por la naturaleza, no por la mente del hombre.- Maria Goeppert Mayer.-Un matemático es un hombre ciego en una habitación oscura buscando un gato negro que no está allí.- Charles Darwin.-Dios hace aritmética.- Karl Friedrich ...

  5. Nội dung chuyển sang thanh bên ẩn Đầu 1 Tiểu sử Hiện/ẩn mục Tiểu sử 1.1 Thời niên thiếu 1.2 Đến Paris 1.3 Lập gia đình với Pierre Curie 1.4 Nghiên cứu và đoạt giải Nobel 1.5 Tiếp tục nghiên cứu và qua đời 2 Câu nói nổi tiếng 3 Tôn vinh 4 Tham khảo 5 Chú thích 6 Liên kết ngoài Toggle the table of contents Marie Curie 173 ...

  6. Upon working on the Manhattan Project, the German physicist Maria Goeppert Mayer became interested in the properties of nuclear fission products, such as decay energies and half-lives. In 1948, she published a body of experimental evidence for the occurrence of closed nuclear shells for nuclei with 50 or 82 protons or 50, 82, and 126 neutrons.

  7. Maria Goeppert-Mayer Herbert S. Green Cheng Kaijia Siegfried Flügge Edgar Krahn (en) Maurice Pryce (en) Antonio Rodríguez Bertha Swirles Sheila Tinney Paul Weiss Peng Huanwu (en) [2] Renommé pour: Équation de Born-Landé, Approximation de Born-Oppenheimer, Cycle de Born-Haber: Distinctions: Prix Nobel de physique 1954