Definition of Lawrence, Ernest Orlando in English:

Lawrence, Ernest Orlando

Syllabification: Law·rence, Ernest Orlando
Pronunciation: /
 
ˈlôrəns/
( 1901–58), US physicist. He developed the first circular particle accelerator, later called a cyclotron, and opened the way for high-energy physics. He also worked on providing fissionable material for the atom bomb. Nobel Prize for Physics (1939).

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