: Heisenberg, Werner
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The Nobel Prize in Physics, 1932
Awarded to Werner Karl Heisenberg for the creation of quantum mechanics, the application of which has, inter alia, led to the discovery of the allotropic forms of hydrogen.
A mathematical description of the work he has done in matrix mechanics.
Biography of the German physicist whose Uncertainty Principle became the cornerstone of quantum physics. Includes timeline and quotations.
Werner Heisenberg: A Bibliography of His Writings
Covers years from 1920-2001, including the top 10 scientific papers, most popular essays, and most popular monographs. The bibliography is online at the American Institute of Physics, and is also available in print form.