Jean Perrin, Ph.D.

Physics Universite de Paris, Paris, Île-de-France, France 
Theoretical Physics
"Jean Baptiste Perrin"

(1870 - 1942)
The Nobel Prize in Physics 1926 was awarded to Jean Baptiste Perrin "for his work on the discontinuous structure of matter, and especially for his discovery of sedimentation equilibrium".

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Louis Marcel Brillouin grad student 1897 Universite de Paris (Physics Tree)
 (Rayons cathodiques et rayons de Röntgen. Etude experiemntale)
Jules Violle grad student 1897 Universite de Paris
 (Rayons cathodiques et rayons de Röntgen. Étude expérimentale)


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Louis de Broglie grad student 1924 Universite de Paris (Physics Tree)
Pierre Victor Auger grad student 1926 Universite de Paris (Physics Tree)
Yvette Cauchois grad student 1933 Universite de Paris
Charles Bertrand Haenny grad student 1936 Université Paris-Sorbonne (Physics Tree)
Niels J. Bjerrum post-doc 1910 Universite de Paris
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