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 (shrō′dĭng-ər, shrā′-, shrœ′-), Erwin Rudolf Josef Alexander 1887-1961.
Austrian physicist. He shared a 1933 Nobel Prize for developing the theory of quantum wave mechanics.

Schrödinger

(German ˈʃrøːdɪŋər)
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(Biography) Erwin (ˈɛrviːn). 1887–1961, Austrian physicist, who discovered the wave equation: shared the Nobel prize for physics 1933

Schrö•ding•er

(ˈʃroʊ dɪŋ ər, ˈʃreɪ-)

n.
Erwin, 1887–1961, Austrian physicist.
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