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Stark, Johannes (1874-1957)


Langue d'expression : Allemand
Pays : Allemagne
Date de naissance : 15 -  04 -  1874
Date de mort : 21 -  06 -  1957
Genre : Masculin


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Physicien et théoricien nazi, Nobel 1913


Internet consulté le 12-02-2005,

Information trouvée : Johannes Stark (b. April 15, 1874, Schickenhof, Ger.--d. June 21, 1957, Traunstein, W.Ger.), German physicist who won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1919 for his discovery (1913) that an electric field would cause splitting of the lines in the spectrum of light emitted by a luminous substance; the phenomenon is called the Stark effect. Stark became a lecturer at the University of Göttingen in 1900, and from 1917 until he retired in 1922 Stark served as professor of physics at the University of Greifswald and, later, at the University of Würzburg. A supporter of Hitler and an anti-Semitic racial theorist, Stark was president of the Reich Physical-Technical Institute from 1933 to 1939. In 1947 a denazification court sentenced him to four years in a labour camp.

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