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Schrödinger, Erwin Syllabification: Schrö·ding·er, Erwin
Pronunciation: /ˈSHrōdiNGɡər/ /ˈSHrā-/

Definition of Schrödinger, Erwin in English:

( 1887–1961), Austrian theoretical physicist, who founded the study of wave mechanics. His general works influenced scientists in many disciplines. Nobel Prize for Physics (1933), shared with Paul Dirac.

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