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  1. Gefangene des Zaren: Das Tagebuch des Otto Stern 1914-1918 (German Edition) by Otto Stern, 1991
  2. Der Stern von Kalifornien: Reisen u. Abenteuer im Sudwesten d. USA (German Edition) by Hans Otto Meissner, 1976
  3. Über die magnetische Ablenkung von Wasserstoffmolekülen und das magetische Moment des Protons. I. (Untersuchungen zur Molekularstrahlmethode aus dem Institut für physikalische Chemie der Hamburgischen Universität. Nr. 24.). WITH: ESTERMANN, I. & Otto STERN. Über die magnetische Ablenkung von Wasserstoffmolekülen und das magetische Moment des Protons. II. (Untersuchungen zur Molekularstrahlmethode aus dem Institut für physikalische Chemie der Hamburgischen Universität. Nr. 27.). by Otto Robert (1904-1979) & Otto STERN (1888-1969). FRISCH, 1933-01-01
  4. University of Rostock Faculty: Karl Von Frisch, Walter Hallstein, Rudolf Von Jhering, Otto Stern, Georg Voigt, Joachim Jungius, Leo Weisgerber
  5. German Art Dealers: Bruno Lohse, Wolfgang Gurlitt, Hugo Perls, Samuel Bing, Klaus Perls, Max Stern, Otto Wacker, Heinz Berggruen, Paul Cassirer
  6. Hochschullehrer (Pittsburgh): Otto Stern, Paul Felix Lazarsfeld, Robert Brandom, Randy Pausch, Thomas Saaty, Tom Rockmore (German Edition)
  7. Zero-point Energy: Quantum Mechanical, Physical System, Ground State, AlbertEinstein, Zero-point Field, Otto Stern
  8. Recent Research in Molecular Beams : A collection of papers dedicated to Otto Stern on the occasion of his Seventieth Birthday by Immanuel - editor Estermann, 1959
  9. People From Zory: Jerzy Makula, Stanislaw Sojka, Otto Stern
  10. Eine direkte messung der thermischen molekulargeschwinidigkeit. [with]: Nachtrag zu meiner arbeit eine direkte messung der thermischen molekulargeschwindig-keit. by Otto, (1888-1969). STERN, 1920-01-01
  11. Selections from the American Mystery Fiction Collection of Dr. Robert O. Robinson by James, Peter Stern, Deborah Sanford, Otto Penzler PEPPER, 1989
  12. Uber Eine Methode Zur Berechnung Der Entropie Von Systemen Elastisch Gekoppelter by Otto Stern, 1915-01-01
  13. Biographical Memoirs: Volume XLIII (43). Volume Forty-Three: Biographies of George William Bartelmez, Victor Hugo Benioff, Edwin Garrigues Boring, Charles Judson Herrick, harry Hammond Hess, George Elbert Kimball, Walter Davis Lambert, Howard Johnson Lucas, Alden Holmes Miller, Otto Stern, Thomas Gordon Thompson, David Wright Wilson, Edwin Bidwell Wilson, Saul Winstein by David Bodian, Frank Press, S. S. Stevens, George W. Bartelmez, Harold L. James, Philip M. Morse, Charles A. Whitten, William G. Young and Saul Winstein, Ernst Mayr, Emilio Segre,Alfred C. Redfield, Eric G. Ball, Jerome Hunsaker, Saunders Mac Lane, Donald J. Cram National Academy of Sciences, 1973
  14. Monochromasierung der de Broglie-Wellen von Molekularstrahlen. In: Zeitschrift für Physik, Vol. 73, 1931-1932. by Immanuel (b. 1900), Otto Robert FRISCH (1904-1979) & Otto STERN (1888-1969). ESTERMANN, 1932-01-01

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Stern, Otto Alternative names Short description German physicist Date of birth February 17, 1888 Place of birth Sohrau, Kingdom of Prussia Date of death
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Notable awards Nobel Prize in Physics Otto Stern (17 February 1888 – 17 August 1969) was a German physicist and Nobel laureate in physics
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Stern was born in Sohrau, now Żory in the German Empire 's Kingdom of Prussia (now in Poland) and studied at Breslau, now Wrocław in Lower Silesia Stern completed his studies at the University of Breslau in 1912 with a doctor's degree in physical chemistry. He then followed Albert Einstein to Charles University in Prague and in later to ETH Zurich . Stern received his Habilitation at the University of Frankfurt in 1915 and in 1921, he became a professor at the University of Rostock , which he left in 1923 to work at the newly founded Institut für Physikalische Chemie at the University of Hamburg Plaque on the wall of what are now the physics institutes of Hamburg University, commemorating Stern's tenure

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Stern, Otto (st rn, Ger. `tō shtĕrn), 1888–1969, American physicist, b. Germany, Ph.D. Univ. of Breslau, 1912. After resigning from his post at the Univ. of Hamburg in, Otto

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In 1914 he went to the University of Frankfurt am Main as Privatdocent of Theoretical Physics, remaining there until 1921, except for a period of military service. From 1921 to 1922 he was Associate Professor of Theoretical Physics at the University of Rostock, becoming, in 1923, Professor of Physical Chemistry and Director of the laboratory at the University of Hamburg, where he remained until 1933. In that year he moved to the United States, being appointed Research Professor of Physics at the Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh where he remained until 1945, then becoming professor emeritus.
His earliest work was in the field of theoretical physics, especially that of statistical thermodynamics and quantum theory, on which he has published important papers. After 1919, his attention was directed more to experimental physics. His development and application of the molecular beam method proved to be a powerful tool for investigating the properties of molecules, atoms and atomic nuclei. One of the early applications of this was the experimental verification of Maxwell's law of velocity distribution in gases. He collaborated with Gerlach to work on the deflection of atoms by the action of magnetic fields on their magnetic moment, then went on to measure the magnetic moments of sub-atomic particles, including the proton. His work on the production of interference by rays of hydrogen and helium was a striking demonstration of the wave nature of atoms and molecules.

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Stern, Otto 18881969. German-born American physicist. He won a 1943 Nobel Prize for detecting the magnetic

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The Nobel Prize in Physics 1943 was awarded to Otto Stern "for his contribution to the development of the molecular ray method and his discovery of the magnetic moment of the proton" Otto Stern received his Nobel Prize one year later, in 1944. During the selection process in 1943, the Nobel Committee for Physics decided that none of the years nominations met the criteria as outlined in the will of Alfred Nobel. According to the Nobel Foundation's statutes, the Nobel Prize can in such a case be reserved until the following year, and this statute was then applied. Otto Stern therefore received his Nobel Prize for 1943 one year later, in 1944. TO CITE THIS PAGE:
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German physicist who demonstrated by means of the SternGerlach apparatus that elementary particles have wavelike properties as well as the properties of
Stern, Otto German physicist who demonstrated by means of the Stern-Gerlach apparatus that elementary particles have wavelike properties as well as the properties of matter that had been demonstrated. Nobel Prize for Physics 1943.
Stern was born in Sohrau, Upper Silesia (now Zory in Poland), and studied at a number of German universities. He then worked with Albert Einstein
In 1920 Stern and Walther Gerlach (1899-1979) carried out their experiment, which consisted of passing a narrow beam of silver atoms through a strong magnetic field. Classical theory predicted that this field would cause the beam to broaden, but quantum theory predicted that the beam would split into two separate beams. The result, showing a split beam, was the first clear evidence for space quantization - the phenomenon that, in a magnetic field, certain atoms behave like tiny magnets which can only take up particular orientations with respect to the direction of the field. Stern went on to improve this molecular-beam technique and in 1931 was able to detect the wave nature of particles in the beams.
In 1933, Stern measured the magnetic moment of the proton and the deuteron, and demonstrated that the proton's magnetic moment was 2.5 times greater than expected.

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