Knoll and Ruska, electron microscope Hendrick Lorentz, theory that electricity is due to charged particles Peter Shor, factorisation algorithm for a quantum computer Zeno, paradoxes of discrete or continuous space and time Bunsen and Kirchhoff, measurement of spectral line frequencies Heraclitus, fire as primary substance Anderson, Michelson, Pease, size of star Betelgeuse using stellar interferometry Otto von Guericke, electrostatic machine Humphry Davy, Electrochemistry He fills a glass tube with mercury.
Georges Lemaitre, models of an expanding universe Air is trapped in the closed end by a column of mercury. Robert Millikan, rediscovery of "cosmic rays" in upper atmosphere Eugene-Melchoir Peligot isolation of element uranium Jean Foucault, light travels slower in water than in air Beginning arounda bitter rift opened between the Continental and British philosophical traditions, which were stoked by heated, ongoing, and viciously personal disputes between the followers of Newton and Leibniz concerning priority over the analytical techniques of calculuswhich each had developed independently.
InPierre Louis Maupertuis applied minimum principles to mechanics.
Geiger and Marsden, anomolous scattering of alpha particles on gold foil Wolfgang Pauli, the exclusion principle He finds that it spreads out and splits into separate colours covering the full range of the spectrum.
Tyndall and Rayleigh, light scattering and why the sky is blue. Bragg and Bragg, X-ray diffraction and crystal structure John Michell, Newtonian black hole Oliver Lodge, ether could not be carried along by matter Inthe French physicist Louis de Broglie put forward his theory of matter waves by stating that particles can exhibit wave characteristics and vice versa.The history of science is interesting and intriguing, giving an insight into the developments of modern science.
There are several pioneers who shaped the current research. You may like to look at who invented the scientific method to get an idea of the early scientists and the influence they have, directly or indirectly, on what every. History of Physics PHYSICS TIMELINE, from Thales de Miletus to String Theory From the Greek philosophers to string theorists, this is the chronology of discoveries in physics and cosmology.
This is the impetus for Christian to write a “big history” from a much broader perspective of human experience and coincidently to co-found with Bill Gates of Microsoft origin, the Big History Project, a free online syllabus about this topic/5(67).
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HAT IS A QUANTUM THEORY? We have been asking that question for a long time, ever since Max Planck introduced the element of dis- key problem of nineteenth-century physics.
Planck was interest-ed in the two theories that overlapped in this domain. The first was electr odynamics, the theory of electricity, magnetism, and light.
The history of quantum mechanics is a fundamental part of the history of modern physics.
Quantum mechanics' history, as it interlaces with the history of quantum chemistry, began essentially with a number of different scientific discoveries.Download