This Day In History
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Tuesday, February 25, 2020

«Ioffe»

Abram Ioffe

Abram Ioffe
(October 29, 1880 - October 14, 1960)
Abram Fyodorovich Ioffe was a prominent Russian/Soviet physicist. He received the Stalin Prize (1942), the Lenin Prize (1960) (posthumously), and the Hero of Socialist Labor (1955). Ioffe was an expert in electromagnetism, radiology, crystals, high-impact physics, thermoelectricity and photoelectricity. He established research laboratories for radioactivity, superconductivity, and nuclear physics, many of which became independent institutes.
Ioffe, Soviet physicist, physicist
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