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Maurice Goldhaber - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Maurice Goldhaber (April 18, 1911 – May 11, 2011) [1] was an Austrian-born American physicist, who in 1957 (with Lee Grodzins and Andrew Sunyar) established that ...

Maurice Goldhaber | American physicist | Britannica.com

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Maurice Goldhaber, (born April 18, 1911, Lemberg, Austria-Hungary—died May 11, 2011, East Setauket, N.Y., U.S.), American physicist whose contributions to nuclear ...

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Maurice Goldhaber. Neutrons. Birthplace: Lviv, Ukraine Location of death: Long Island, NY Cause of death: Illness. Gender: Male Religion: Jewish Race or . American ...

Maurice Goldhaber, Atomic Physicist, Is Dead at 100 - The ...

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Maurice Goldhaber, a physicist who delved into the intricacies of atoms and headed the Brookhaven National Laboratory on Long Island for more than a decade ...

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Sourced . Then I went to the Cavendish and there I took Rutherford’s course in nuclear physics. He was a very dramatic lecturer and full of anecdotes.

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BNL Newsroom | In Memoriam: Maurice Goldhaber, Former ...

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Maurice Goldhaber, a prominent physicist and a former director of Brookhaven National Laboratory, died on May 11 after a short illness. Goldhaber had celebrated his ...

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Goldhaber - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Goldhaber is a German surname meaning "gold oats"; or "possessor of gold". [1] Notable people with the surname include: Gerson Goldhaber (1924–2010)

MAURICE GOLDHABER - National Academy of Sciences

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A Biographical Memoir by Robert P. Crease and Alfred S. Goldhaber ©2012 National Academy of Sciences. Any opinions expressed in this memoir are