Physics ROCKSTARS that changed the world in this 1927 photo in Brussels, Europe! *Excuse the auto-translation*!
Scientists who Gero human civilization in a unique souvenir photo
This collective photo taken in October 1927 Solvay Conference in Physics in Brussels, with a large number of prominent scientists have changed the course of history and human condemns them today in this massive boom in science and contemporary lifestyle.
Let's now review the apparent scientists names in the picture, and begin the first of the left-grade world (Langmore Irving Langmuir Irving) and holds the number (1), a chemical the world of American born in 1881, won the Nobel in 1932 in surface chemistry prize, and He is credited with the invention of the lamp a tape Altngstuni filled with an inert gas, and is the first of atomic hydrogen used in welding, and his theory of atomic registered in his name in association with the world (Louis Lewis), and devised a way to portray the virus by a single layer of molecules, and his death was in 1957.
It comes after him in the first row of the left world (Max Planck Max Plank), and holds the number (2), a German scientist was born in 1858 back to him the largest in the founding of the quantum theory of credit, and is one of the months of the twentieth century scientists, and was his death in 1947.
It comes after the scientist Polish origin (Madame Curie Marie Sklodovska), and bearing the number (3), which was born in 1867, a scientist in physics, chemistry, acquired French citizenship after her marriage to the world (Pierre Curie), is one of the pioneers of the physics of radiation, and the first to obtain the Nobel Prize twice, once in Physics and Chemistry in time, and is the first woman to receive this award, and the first to get them in two different areas, and was her death in 1934.
Followed by the Dutch world (Hendrik Anton Lorentz Hendrek Antoon Lorentz), and holds the number (4), and was born in 1853, he received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1902 with (Peter Zeman), and is the first to develop conversion equations relied upon Einstein in the description of the vacuum and time, and his many discoveries in the electromagnetic field, and his death was in 1928.
The fifth person in the sequence, and who sits in the foreground, and mediates all, it is the German physicist feat, and
Music creator, and sports bright, (Albert Einstein Albert Einstein), who was born in Germany in 1879, and is the father of the theory of relativity, in 1921 won the Nobel Prize in physics, and a lot of research in quantum mechanics, and equality of matter and energy, knew people over his intelligence, until the word (Einstein) is synonymous with genius, his death was in America in 1955.
And sitting to the left of the physical world (Pierre Angfn Pierre Langevin), and holds the number (6), was born in France in 1872, it was one of the finest scientists who have studied the sound waves, and He is credited with the invention of sonar devices. It was his death in France in 1946.
Followed by physicist Swiss (Charles Eugene Jay Charles Eugene Guye), and holds the number (7), born in 1866, Albert Einstein who Ttelmzu on his hand was, majoring in atomic physics, and he has had more than 200 research papers, shot to fame among the people after the laboratory proved that there is no coincidence in the creation of nature, and that God alone is the creator of the creative mastermind, was his death in 1942.
Comes after Scottish scientist (Charles Thomas Rees Wilson CTR Wilson) and holds the number (8), born in 1869, and won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1927 for his invention of the room cloud, and his death was in 1959.
But sitting at the edge of the image and with the number (9) is a physicist English master (Owen Janez Richardson Owen W. Richardson), born in 1879, and his death was in 1959, and won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1928 for his success in the formulation of the law of emission warming.
Then recognize those sitting in the second row, and start from the left sequence number (10), and is the world (Peter Debbie Peter Debye), born in the Netherlands in 1884, and the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1936, and his death was in the United States America in 1966.
Then comes after the great Danish world (Martin Knudsen Martin Knodson), and holds the number (11), born in 1871, and is credited in the formulation of the so-called number Knudsen, and is symbolized by the (Kn), and is a number not after me (wearing his dimensions ) is defined as a ratio of the average area free of molecules to the physical length of certain circles in the fluid, and his death was in 1949.
And sitting next to him Australian world (William Lawrence Prague W. Lawrence Bragg), and holds the number (12), and is born in 1890, and holds a Nobel Prize in Physics in 1915 jointly with (William Henry Prague), and his death was in 1971 .
Followed by the Dutch physicist (Hans Kramers Hans Kramers), and holds the number (13), and was born in 1894, and his death was in 1952.
And sitting next to him the world's young England (Pual Direc), and holds the number (14) completely behind Einstein, and is the youngest participants older, born in 1902, and the age (25) years old when he participated in the conference, won the Nobel Prize in 1933 in conjunction with the world (Erwin Schrödinger), to put new formulations of quantum theory, and his death he was in Florida in 1984.
Followed by the world of the American Physics (Arthur Compton Arthur Compton), and holds the number (15), and was born in 1892, he received the Nobel Prize in physics in 1927 for discovering the effect of Compton, and his death was in 1962.
Followed by the great French scientist (Prince Louis de Roy Louise de Broglie), and holds the number (16), born in 1892, and majored in physics and excelled in, and it was close to Einstein, he was awarded the 1929 Nobel Prize in Physics, and took the position of the French Academy of Sciences, secretary, contributed to the development of quantum theory, and invented the electron microscope, and his death was in 1987.
Followed by German scientist (Max Born Max Born), and holds the number (17), born in 1882, and won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1954 for quantum mechanics, was his death in 1970.
Then comes after Grimm Einstein and is the world's (Niels Bohr Niels Bohr), and holds the number (18), and is one of the advocates to accept the interpretation of the probabilistic nature of quantum theory, and his death was in 1962.
Those who are standing in the third row, understand from left: physicist Swiss (Auguste Baker Augeste Piccard), and holds the number (19), born in 1884, and is the first to discover the stratosphere in the atmosphere, and designed the first submarine to probe the depths in the seas and oceans, he died this big world in 1962, and left behind all useful to mankind of diverse inventions Kalmnatid and submarines, and the physical equations that inspired the way for future generations.
The world that holds the number (20) is a French chemist (Emile Henriot Emile Henriot), born in 1885, and is one of the disciples of Madame Curie, and He is credited with the development of the electron microscope, and his death was in 1961.
Then on his side of the Austrian world (Paul Ahrnevst Paul Ehrenfest), which holds the number (21), born in 1880, and died in 1933, but he and despite his young age, was of the most famous physicists of his time.
And the world is on his side Belgian (Edward Herzen Edouard Herzen), which holds the number (22), and was born in 1877, majoring in chemistry Alveziaoah, and is the grandson of Russian writer (Alexander Herzen), held the most prestigious scientific positions in 1921, and He died in 1933.
And standing next to him the world of Belgian Mathematics (Theophile de Dundour Theophile de Donder), and holds the number (23), born in 1872, was derived in 1923 some mathematical formulas of chemical reactions, and died in 1957.
And standing next to him the world of Austrian physicist (Erwin Schrödinger Erwin Shrodenger), and holds the number (24), born in 1887 and died in 1961, and is known for his contributions in quantum mechanics, and in particular equation (Schrödinger), which won for them the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1933, best known for the development of mathematical formulas to describe the behavior of electrons in the atom combination.
And stands by his side Belgian world (Julius Emile Virchafelt Jules Emile Vershafelt), and holds the number (25), born in 1870, and died in 1955, and was of the most famous physicists of his time.
Then comes after him Austrian world (Wolfgang Pauli Wolfgang Pauli), and holds the number (26), born in 1900 and died in 1958, but he was the most famous physicists, and won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1945, and contributed to an active contribution to the the development of quantum theory.
And stands by his side German scientist (Werner Hleznberg Werner Heisenberg), and holds the number (27), born in 1901, and died in 1976, won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1932, and discovered the most important principles of modern physics, and is the principle of uncertainty, or uncertainty, which announced in 1927. His interests and focused on the laboratory study of the behavior of gamma rays.
And stands by his side British scientist (Ralph Howard Fowler, Ralph Howard), and holds the number (28), born in 1889, and died in 1944, and was brilliant in physics and astronomy.
And it stands in the latter end of the third grade great French scientist (Leon Nicholas Preloan Leon Brillouin), who holds the number (29), born in 1889, and died in 1969, descended from the family of inherited knowledge generation physics after generation, and was of the most famous physicists in the middle of the last century. .