Heisenberg Werner Karl
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Hei·sen·berg(hī′zən-bûrg′, -bĕrk′), Werner Karl 1901-1976.
German physicist who won a 1932 Nobel Prize as one of the founders of quantum mechanics. He later developed the uncertainty principle.
Hei·sen·berg(hī′zən-bûrg′), Werner Karl 1901-1976.
German physicist who was a founder of quantum mechanics. He discovered the uncertainty principle, which states that the more accurately one knows the position of a particle such as an electron, the less accurately one can know its velocity, and the more accurately one knows a particle's velocity, the less accurately one can know its position. See more at uncertainty principle.