Neel, Louis Eugene Felix

January 2009
World Book Science Dataset;1/1/2009, p1
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N�el, Louis Eug�ne F�lix (1904-2000), a French physicist, shared the 1970 Nobel Prize in physics for his studies of magnetism on the atomic and molecular level. He shared the prize with Swedish physicist Hannes Olof G�sta Alfv�n. His discoveries opened the way for applications ranging from microelectronics to the development of techniques to establish the age of fossils.


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