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 (lôr′ənts), Hendrik Antoon 1853-1928.
Dutch physicist. He shared a 1902 Nobel Prize for his work on electromagnetic theory and the motion of electrons.

Lorentz

(Dutch ˈloːrənts)
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(Biography) Hendrik Antoon (ˈhɛndrɪk ˈantoːn). 1853–1928, Dutch physicist: shared the Nobel prize for physics (1902) with Zeeman for their work on electromagnetic theory

Lo•rentz

(ˈlɔr ənts, -ɛnts, ˈloʊr-)

n.
Hendrik Antoon, 1853–1928, Dutch physicist: Nobel prize 1902.
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A sure-fire method of constructing a Lorentz-invariant theory is to pick some non-Lorentz invariant theory, and simply to add the rider that any Lorentz boost of a model of the non-Lorentz-invariant theory is a model of the new theory.
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He covers the Lorentz transformations, a bit of philosophy and history, kinematics, dynamics, force and equations of motion, non-inertial frames, covariant formalism, dynamics in covariant notation, curvilinear coordinates, the motions of rods and gyroscopes, quaternions, and velocity space.
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