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  1. Werner Karl Heisenberg (Wurzburgo, 5 de diciembre de 1901-Múnich, 1 de febrero de 1976) fue un físico teórico alemán.Es conocido sobre todo por formular el principio de incertidumbre, una contribución fundamental al desarrollo de la teoría cuántica.

  2. Werner Karl Heisenberg (Würzburg, 5 de dezembro de 1901 — Munique, 1 de fevereiro de 1976) foi um físico teórico alemão que recebeu o Nobel de Física de 1932, "pela criação da mecânica quântica, cujas aplicações levaram à descoberta, entre outras, das formas alotrópicas do hidrogênio".

  3. Werner Karl Heisenberg (ur.5 grudnia 1901 w Würzburgu, zm. 1 lutego 1976 w Monachium) – niemiecki fizyk teoretyk, filozof nauki i jej popularyzator, noblista.Profesor uniwersytetów w Lipsku i Berlinie oraz dyrektor Instytutu Maxa Plancka w Getyndze i Monachium.

  4. Werner Heisenberg (1901-1976) was a German theoretical physicist and 1932 Nobel Prize winner. Heisenberg was a main contributor to the German atomic program during World War II, in direct competition with the Manhattan Project.

  5. Uncertainty Principle Important steps on the way to understanding the uncertainty principle are wave-particle duality and the DeBroglie hypothesis.As you proceed downward in size to atomic dimensions, it is no longer valid to consider a particle like a hard sphere, because the smaller the dimension, the more wave-like it becomes.

  6. 865 quotes have been tagged as physics: Albert Einstein: ‘The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existence. One...

  7. 08/10/2001 · Indeed, the most Heisenberg could and did claim in this respect was that the uncertainty relations created “room” (Heisenberg 1927: 180) or “freedom” (Heisenberg 1931: 43) for the introduction of some non-classical mode of description of experimental data, not that they uniquely lead to the formalism of quantum mechanics.

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