Louis de Broglie, PhD

Affiliations: 
Physics Universite de Paris, Paris, Île-de-France, France 
Area:
Quantum mechanics
Website:
http://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/physics/laureates/1929/broglie.html
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http://www.genealogy.math.ndsu.nodak.edu/id.php?id=105807
https://inspirehep.net/record/1035651?ln=en
The Nobel Prize in Physics 1929 was awarded to Louis de Broglie "for his discovery of the wave nature of electrons"

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Jean Perrin grad student 1924 Universite de Paris
 ( Recherches sur la théorie des quanta)
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De Broglie L. (2006) A tentative theory of light quanta Philosophical Magazine Letters. 86: 411-423
De Broglie L. (1997) La théorie de la double solution et la loi du guidage Annales De La Fondation Louis De Broglie. 22: 336-359
de Broglie L. (1995) La mécanique ondulatoire et ľétude des très petites structures Annales Des TéLéCommunications. 50: 49-60
de Broglie L, Lochak G, Beswick JA, et al. (1976) Present, predicted, and hidden probabilities Foundations of Physics. 6: 3-14
de Broglie L. (1974) Strong processes and transient states Foundations of Physics. 4: 321-333
De Broglie L, Vigier JP. (1972) Photon mass and new experimental results on longitudinal displacements of laser beams near total reflection Physical Review Letters. 28: 1001-1004
de Broglie L. (1971) [Not Available]. Revue D'Histoire Des Sciences Et De Leurs Applications. 24: 99-105
de Broglie L. (1970) The reinterpretation of wave mechanics Foundations of Physics. 1: 5-15
De Broglie L, Silva JAE. (1968) Interpretation of a recent experiment on interference of photon beams Physical Review. 172: 1284-1285
De Broglie L, Halbwachs F, Hillion P, et al. (1963) Space-time model of relativistic extended particles in Minkowski space. II. Free particle and interaction theory Physical Review. 129: 451-466
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