Otto Stern

1921-1922 Universität Rostock, Rostock, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany 
 1922-1933 Universität Hamburg, Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany 
 1933-1945 Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, PA, United States 
Nuclear Physics
"Otto Stern"

(1888 - 1969)
The Nobel Prize in Physics 1943 was awarded to Otto Stern "for his contribution to the development of the molecular ray method and his discovery of the magnetic moment of the proton".

Mean distance: 8.97 (cluster 2)
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Estermann I, Leivo WJ, Stern O. (1949) Change in density of potassium chloride crystals upon irradiation with X-rays Physical Review. 75: 627-633
Estermann I, Foner SN, Stern O. (1947) The mean free paths of cesium atoms in helium, nitrogen, and cesium vapor Physical Review. 71: 250-257
Estermann I, Simpson OC, Stern O. (1947) The free fall of atoms and the measurement of the velocity distribution in a molecular beam of cesium atoms Physical Review. 71: 238-249
Estermann I, Simpson OC, Stern O. (1937) The magnetic moment of the proton Physical Review. 52: 535-545
Halpern J, Estermann I, Simpson OC, et al. (1937) The scattering of slow neutrons by liquid ortho- and parahydrogen [15] Physical Review. 52: 142
Stern O. (1937) A new method for the measurement of the Bohr magneton Physical Review. 51: 852-854
Stern O. (1934) Bemerkung zur Arbeit von Herrn Schüler: Über die Darstellung der Kernmomente der Atome durch Vektoren Zeitschrift FüR Physik. 89: 665
Estermann I, Stern O. (1934) Magnetic moment of the deuton [10] Nature. 133: 911
Frisch R, Stern O. (1933) Anomalien bei der spiegelnden Reflexion und Beugung von Molekularstrahlen an Kristallspaltflächen. I Zeitschrift FüR Physik. 84: 430-442
Estermann I, Stern O. (1933) Eine neue Methode zur Intensitätsmessung von Molekularstrahlen Zeitschrift FüR Physik. 85: 135-143
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