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Physicists who changed the world

Physicists who changed the world

These great scientists had a tremendous impact on the advancement in physics.



Archimedes, Einstein, Newton, Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, Faraday, Maxwell, James Clerk Maxwell, Michael Faraday, Max Planck, Planck, Nicola Tesla, Tesla, Marie Curie, Marie Sklodowska-Curie, Rutherford, Ernest Rutherford, Werner Heisenberg, Heisenberg, Nobel Prize, physicists, physicist, scientist, electricity, magnetism, quantum mechanics, chain reaction, atomic model, science, radioactivity, particle physics, astrophysics, mathematician, nucleus, atomic structure, gravity, relativity, history of science, biography, biographic data, experiment, theory, astronomy, mathematics, quantum physics, physics, chemistry, history

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