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  1. Werner Heisenberg, Fritz Bopp, Erich Fischer, Carl-Friedrich von Weizsäcker, and Karl Wirtz Messungen an Schichtenanordnungen aus 38-Metall und Paraffin G-162 (30 October 1942) Robert Döpel, K. Döpel, and Werner Heisenberg Der experimentelle Nachweis der effektiven Neutronenvermehrung in einem Kugel-Schichten-System aus D 2 O und Uran-Metall G-136 (July 1942)

  2. Werner Karl Heisenberg nasceu em Würzburg, Alemanha, filho de Annie Wecklein e Karspar Ernst August Heisenberg, [1] um professor secundarista de línguas clássicas que se tornou o único ordentlicher Professor (professor ordinário) de estudos medievais e grego moderno no sistema universitário da Alemanha.

  3. Werner Karl Heisenberg (* 5.Dezember 1901 in Würzburg; † 1. Februar 1976 in München) war ein deutscher Physiker.. Heisenberg gab 1925 die erste mathematische Formulierung der Quantenmechanik an. 1927 formulierte er die Heisenbergsche Unschärferelation, die eine der fundamentalen Aussagen der Quantenmechanik trifft – nämlich, dass bestimmte Messgrößen eines Teilchens, etwa dessen Ort ...

  4. Werner Heisenberg Biographical . W erner Heisenberg was born on 5th December, 1901, at Würzburg. He was the son of Dr. August Heisenberg and his wife Annie Wecklein. His father later became Professor of the Middle and Modern Greek languages in the University of Munich.

  5. 32 quotes from Werner Heisenberg: 'Not only is the Universe stranger than we think, it is stranger than we can think.', 'What we observe is not nature itself, but nature exposed to our method of questioning.', and 'The first gulp from the glass of natural sciences will turn you into an atheist, but at the bottom of the glass God is waiting for you.'

  6. Heisenberg utilized such an observer effect at the quantum level (see below) as a physical "explanation" of quantum uncertainty. It has since become clearer, however, that the uncertainty principle is inherent in the properties of all wave-like systems , [11] and that it arises in quantum mechanics simply due to the matter wave nature of all quantum objects.

  7. 18/11/2022 · Werner Heisenberg, in full Werner Karl Heisenberg, (born December 5, 1901, Würzburg, Germany—died February 1, 1976, Munich, West Germany), German physicist and philosopher who discovered (1925) a way to formulate quantum mechanics in terms of matrices. For that discovery, he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics for 1932. In 1927 he published his uncertainty principle, upon which he built ...

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