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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.


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


(ˈʃroʊ dɪŋ ər, ˈʃreɪ-)

Erwin, 1887–1961, Austrian physicist.
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First he looks at connections between Schrodinger and Hamilton-Jacobi equations in the case of stationary atomic and molecular systems, then at connections between Klein-Gordon and relativistic Hamilton-Jacobi equations for systems composed of electromagnetic fields and particles.
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According to the Independent, Erwin Schrodinger won the Nobel honor for Physics in 1933 for the introduction of Schrodinger's wave, a mathematical equation of wave mechanics that is still the most widely used piece of Mathematics in modern quantum theory.
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Schrodinger discovered for himself that Democritus of Abdera already understood this state of affairs in the fifth century BC, prior to the advent of the sophisticated instrumentations of today.
Many of the physical and chemical phenomena surrounding us today are governed by an equation called the Schrodinger equation (Figure 2).