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 (zā′män′), Pieter 1865-1943.
Dutch physicist. He shared a 1902 Nobel Prize for his research on the effect of a magnetic field on a beam of light.
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Pieter, 1865–1943, Dutch physicist: Nobel prize 1902.
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Noun1.Zeeman - Dutch physicist honored for his research on the influence of magnetism on radiation which showed that light is radiated by the motion of charged particles in an atom (1865-1943)
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It is well known that topological superfluids are new states of matter that can be observed in two-dimensional atomic Fermi gases with strong Rashba spin-orbit coupling (SOC), conventional s-wave pairing, and out-of-plane magnetic field (Zeeman field) which breaks time-reversal symmetry.
To analyze the magnetization curve for the materials under consideration, we adopted an approach based on the Zeeman sublevels for spin angular momentum S, where the lowest energy level has a spin angular momentum projection [M.sub.S] = -S on the field direction.
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