Wolfgang Pauli, 1900-1958, born in Vienna, Austria. Physicist and
Nobel Prize winner in 1945. Worked as an assistant to Niels Bohr and Max
Born. Pauli was a leading profile in the physics world in the 1920's.
Wolfgang Pauli was the first to introduce the concept of the neutrino. He
help laying the foundation to the modern quantum theory by contributions in
field theory and to the statistics of elementary particles.
- "for the discovery of the Exclusion Principle, also called the Pauli
- -- Nobel Prize motivation
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