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Pauli, Wolfgang

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Pronunciation: /ˈpaʊli
( 1900–58), Austrian-born American physicist. He made a major contribution to quantum theory with the Pauli exclusion principle. In 1931 he postulated the existence of the neutrino, later discovered by Enrico Fermi. Nobel Prize for Physics (1945).

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