Hans Bethe

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Noun1.Hans Bethe - United States physicist (born in Germany) noted for research in astrophysics and nuclear physics (1906-2005)
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The Nobel laureates Hans Bethe and Richard Feynman later said this papers "enlightening simplicity" was pivotal for their own discoveries and careers.
The tremendously popular Nuclear Freeze proposal, for example, bothered influential antinuclear scientists like Hans Bethe.
The Nobel-Prize winning physicist Hans Bethe, who led the theoretical physics division at Los Alamos during the Manhattan Project, sent a concerned telegram to the AEC commissioners, cautioning them that the implication scientists drew from the Oppenheimer case was "that scientific integrity and frankness in advising the government on policy matters of a technical nature can lead to later reprisals against those whose earlier opinions have become unpopular" (Bethe 1954).
Among those who faced exclusion by the anti-Semitic laws were Albert Einstein, Max Born, Eugene Wigner, James Franck, Hans Bethe, Felix Bloch, Rudolf Peierls, Lise Meitner, and Samuel Goudsmit.
The CMBR was a prediction of the work of George Gamow, Ralph Alpher, Hans Bethe and Robert Herman on the Big Bang nucleosynthesis [11,12], and was discovered later in 1964 by Penzias and Wilson.
But it wasn't until the late 1930s that Hans Bethe worked out the fusion processes in stars.
in physics from Columbia, Andy worked with Hans Bethe at Cornell University from 1954 to 1959 before joining what is now the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL).
NUCLEAR FORCES: The Making of the Physicist Hans Bethe by Silvan S.
Nuclear forces; the making of the physicist Hans Bethe.
Nuclear physicist Hans Bethe describes how hydrogen atoms inside stars combine to form helium, releasing vast amounts of energy in the process (12/31/38, p.
According to Nobel laureate Hans Bethe, "Chandra was a first-rate astrophysicist and a beautiful and warm human being.
The "luminaries," as Oppenheimer dubbed them, included Hans Bethe, Edward Teller, and several others.