Gell-Mann Murray

Gell-Mann

 (gĕl′măn′), Murray Born 1929.
American theoretical physicist who won a 1969 Nobel Prize for his work on the classification and interactions of elementary particles. In 1964, he proposed the existence of quarks.

Gell-Mann

(gĕl′măn′), Murray Born 1929.
American physicist who studied the interactions of subatomic particles and helped develop a system for classifying them. He also introduced the concept of quarks.
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