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, Tsung-Dao Born 1926.
Chinese-born American physicist who shared a 1957 Nobel Prize for theorizing that the principle of parity conservation did not hold in weak interactions between elementary particles.
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Ten years later, his students, Chen Ning Yang and Tsung-Dao Lee, both won the Nobel prize for physics.