Niels Bohr

Physics University of Copenhagen, København, Denmark 
Theoretical nuclear physics
"Niels Bohr"

(1885 - 1962)
The Nobel Prize in Physics 1922 was awarded to Niels Bohr for his services in the investigation of the structure of atoms and of the radiation emanating from them.

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Christian Christiansen grad student 1911 Copenhagen University
 (Studier over metallernes elektrontheori)
Joseph John Thomson post-doc 1911 Cambridge
Ernest Rutherford post-doc 1912 University of Manchester


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Oskar Benjamin Klein research assistant University of Copenhagen
Hendrik Antonie Kramers research assistant 1916-1919 University of Copenhagen
Llewellyn H. Thomas research assistant 1925-1926 Københavns Universitet
Subramanyan Chandrasekhar research assistant 1932 University of Copenhagen
Albert M.L. Messiah research assistant 1946 Princeton
Christian Møller grad student 1933 Københavns Universitet
Aage Niels Bohr grad student 1954 Københavns Universitet
Wolfgang Ernst Pauli post-doc 1922-1923 Københavns Universitet
Harold Clayton Urey post-doc 1924 Copenhagen
John Clarke Slater post-doc 1924-1924 University of Copenhagen
Johan Rudolf Katz post-doc 1925 Copenhagen (Chemistry Tree)
Werner Heisenberg post-doc 1924-1925 Københavns Universitet
Walter Heitler post-doc 1926 Københavns Universitet
Werner Kuhn post-doc 1924-1926 University of Copenhagen (Chemistry Tree)
Linus Carl Pauling post-doc 1927 University of Copenhagen (Chemistry Tree)
Isidor Isaac Rabi post-doc 1927 Københavns Universitet
Bjørn Trumpy post-doc 1929 Københavns Universitet
George Gamow post-doc 1928-1929 Københavns Universitet
Harald Herborg Nielsen post-doc 1929-1930 Københavns Universitet
Max Delbrück post-doc 1931-1931 University of Copenhagen
Victor Frederick Weisskopf post-doc 1932 University of Copenhagen
Jens Rud Nielsen post-doc 1931-1933 Copenhagen
Hans Kopfermann post-doc 1932-1933 Københavns Universitet
Eugene I. Rabinowitch post-doc 1934 University of Copenhagen (Chemistry Tree)
Lev Davydovitch Landau post-doc 1933-1934 Københavns Universitet
John Archibald Wheeler post-doc 1934-1935 University of Copenhagen
Thomas Lauritsen post-doc 1939-1940 Københavns Universitet
Abraham Pais post-doc 1946 University of Copenhagen
David Powell Shoemaker post-doc 1947-1948 Københavns Universitet (Chemistry Tree)
Hans Kuhn post-doc 1950 Københavns Universitet (Chemistry Tree)
Ben Roy Mottelson post-doc 1950-1951 Københavns Universitet
Arthur K. Kerman post-doc 1954-1955 Københavns Universitet
Gernot Eder post-doc 1955-1956 Copenhagen
Yoshio Nishina research scientist
Friedrich Hermann Hund research scientist 1926 University of Copenhagen
Hendrik Antonie Kramers research scientist 1919-1926 University of Copenhagen
Otto Robert Frisch research scientist 1934-1939 Københavns Universitet
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Bohr N. (2007) Light and life revisited73 Max Delbruck and Cologne: An Early Chapter of German Molecular Biology. 77-84
Bohr N. (1976) XVIII. On the application of the quantum theory to the atomic structure: Part I: The Fundamental Postulates Niels Bohr Collected Works. 3: 456-500
Bohr N. (1976) XVII. The difference between the series spectra of isotopes: (Nature 109 (1922)745) Niels Bohr Collected Works. 3: 453-454
Bohr N. (1976) III. On the quantum theory of line spectra parts I-III Niels Bohr Collected Works. 3: 65-183
Bohr N. (1963) Licht und Leben-noch einmal Die Naturwissenschaften. 50: 725-727
Bohr N. (1950) Open Letter to the United Nations. Science (New York, N.Y.). 112: 1-6
BOHR N. (1950) On the notions of causality and complementarity. Science (New York, N.Y.). 111: 51-4
Bohr N, Rosenfeld L. (1950) Field and charge measurements in quantum electrodynamics Physical Review. 78: 794-798
Bohr N. (1945) A CHALLENGE TO CIVILIZATION. Science (New York, N.Y.). 102: 363-4
Aston FW, Bohr N, Hahn O, et al. (1942) Sixth report of the committee on atoms of the international union of chemistry Nature. 150: 515
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