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Heisenberg, Werner

 
Werner Karl Heisenberg — Physicist and atomic theorist who, in 1927, enunciated what came to be known as the Heisenberg uncertainty principle. Essentially, it states that you can not simultaneously know both the exact position, and the exact momentum of an electron.

5, December, 1901 - 1 February, 1976

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