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 (fīn′mən), Richard Phillips 1918-1988.
American physicist. He shared a 1965 Nobel Prize for research in quantum electrodynamics and is known for his writings on physics, especially The Feynman Lectures on Physics (3 volumes, 1963).
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Feynman

(ˈfaɪnmən)
n
(Biography) Richard. 1918–88, US physicist, noted for his research on quantum electrodynamics; shared the Nobel prize for physics in 1965
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Feyn•man

(ˈfaɪn mən)

n.
Richard Phillips, 1918–88, U.S. physicist.
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Current computing relies solely upon 1s and 0s, but quantum computing, first envisioned by physicists like the late Nobel laureate Richard Feynmann, saw so-called "qu-bits," quantum bits that can handle a little of both.
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