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Nobel Physics

1943 Stern Magnetic moment of the proton
1944 Rabi resonance method for registration of various properties of atomic nuclei
1946 Bridgman High-pressure physics
1948 Blackett discoveries in the domain of nuclear physics and cosmic radiation
1950 Powell photographic method of studying nuclear processes; discoveries concerning mesons
1952 Bloch Purcell Nuclear Magnetic Resonance in solids
1976 Richter , Ting J Psi Particle
1984 Rubbia, Van de Meer W and Z Particle
1992 Charpak Multiwire Chamber
1949 Yukawa Meson
1924 Karl Siegbahn X Ray spectroscopy
1925 Frank & Hertz Laws governing the impact of an electron upon an atom
1926 Perrin Discontinuous Structure of Matter, sedimentation equilibrium
1937 Davisson GP Thomson Diffraction of electrons by crystals
1952 Bloch Purcell Nuclear Magnetic precision measurements
1962 Landau Condensed matter liquid Helium superfluidity
1966 Kastler Optical methods for Herzian resonances
1973 Esaki Giaver Josephson Tunneling
1975 Bohr Rainwater Mottleson Collective motion and particle motion
1977 Anderson Mott Van Vleck Electronic structure of magnetic and disordered systems
1978 Kapitsa Low temperature physics
1979 Glashow Salam Weinberg Standard model unified weak and electromagnetic forces
1980 Cronin Fitch K mesons violations of symmetry
1981 Bloembergen Schawlow Laser Spectroscopy
1981 Kai Seigbahn Electron Spectroscopy
1982 Wilson Phase Transitions
1986 Ruska Electron Microscope
1986 Binnig Rohrer Scanning tunneling microscope
1988 Lederman Schwarz Steinberger Neutrino beam method doublet structure of leptons muon neutrino
1990 Friedman Kendall Taylor Deep inelastic scattering of protons and bound neutrons Existence of quarks
1994 Brockhouse Neutron spectroscopy
1994 Shull Neutron diffraction technique
1996 Lee Osheroff Richardson Superfluidity Helium -3
1997 Chu Cohen-Tannoudji Phillips Cool and trap atoms with laser light
1998 Laughlin Stormer Tsui Quantum fluid, fractionally charged
1999 t'Hooft Veltman Quantum structure of electroweak interactions
2000 Alferov Kroemer semiconductor heterostructures optoelectronics
2001 Cornell Ketterle Wieman Bose Einstein condensation
2002 Davis Koshiba Cosmic Neutrinos
2002 Giacconi Cosmic X rays
2003 Abriksov Ginzburg Leggett Superconductor superfluid theory
2004 Gross Politzer Wilczek Asymptotic freedom in strong interaction
2005 Glauber Quantum theory of Optical coherence
2005 Hall Hansch Laser based precision spectroscopy Optical frequencty comb technique
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