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Wig·ner(wĭg′nər), Eugene Paul 1902-1995.
Hungarian-born American physicist and pioneer of nuclear engineering. He shared a 1963 Nobel Prize for his work on symmetry principles in quantum mechanics.
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(Biography) Eugene Paul. 1902–95, US physicist, born in Hungary. He is noted for his contributions to nuclear physics: shared the Nobel prize for physics 1963
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Eugene Paul, 1902–95, U.S. physicist, born in Hungary: Nobel prize 1963.
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