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Deutsch: Leiden, Kamerlingh-Onnes Lab (1926) [1]

Frontreihe v.l.n.r.

  • George Eugene Uhlenbeck (* 6. Dezember 1900 in Batavia, Indonesien; † 31. Oktober 1988 in Boulder, USA),
  • Helmut Hönl (* 10. Februar 1903 in Mannheim; † 29. März 1981 in Freiburg im Breisgau)
  • Henri Bernard Joseph Florin (* 8. Oktober 1904 in Rotterdam, Niederlande; † 19??)
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  • Adriaan Daniël Fokker (* 17. August 1887 in Buitenzorg, Java; † 24. September 1972 in Beekbergen, Niederlande)
  • Hendrik Anthony Kramers, (* 17. Dezember 1894 in Rotterdam, Niederlande; † 24. April 1952 in Oegstgeest, Niederlande)
  • Samuel Abraham Goudschmidt (* 11. Juli 1902 in Den Haag, Niederlande; † 4. Dezember 1978 in Reno, Nevada, USA)

2.Reihe v.l.n.r.

3.Reihe v.l.n.r.

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Source A high-resolution picture may be obtained from AIP's Emilio Segrè Visual Archives.
Author Photo by Paul Ehrenfest's (1880-1933) designee.
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current18:56, 14 July 2017Thumbnail for version as of 18:56, 14 July 2017560 × 429 (178 KB)Mayyskiyysergeyy (talk | contribs)Sepia-toned image
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09:25, 12 February 2006Thumbnail for version as of 09:25, 12 February 2006398 × 300 (21 KB)JdH (talk | contribs)Leiden, Kamerlingh-Onnes Lab around 1928, L-R front row: Uhlenbeck, Honl, Florin, student, Fokker, Kramers, Goudsmit; L-R back: Niessen, Dirac, student, Oppenheimer, Polak, student, Mrs. Ehrenfest, Ehrenfest, Wolfjer {{PD}}
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