|LC control no.||n 80153142
|Personal name heading||Lee, T. D., 1926-
|Variant(s)||Lee, Tsung Dao, 1926-
Lee, Tsang Dao, 1926-
Li, Tsung-dao, 1926-
Li, Cheng-tao, 1926-
Li, T︠S︡zun-Dao, 1926-
Li, Zhengdao, 1926-
|Located||New York (N.Y.)
|Place of birth||Shanghai (China)
|Field of activity||Nuclear physics CP violation (Nuclear physics)
|Profession or occupation||Nuclear physicists Nobel Prize winners
|Special note||Machine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
Non-Latin script reference not evaluated.
|Found in||Author's Slabye vzaimodeĭstvii︠a︡, 1968.
His The evolution of weak interactions, 1986: t.p. (T.D. Lee, Columbia Univ., N.Y.)
Li Cheng-tao, 1991: p. 1, 3rd group (b. 11-25-1926, Shanghai)
His Matematicheskie metody v fizike, 1965: t.p. (Li T︠S︡zun-dao)
Manzù, Giacomo. Pacem te poscimus omnes, 1987? title page (Tsang Dao Lee)
Lee's home page, June 21, 2016 ("Tsung Dao Lee (published under T.D. Lee; Chinese 李政道; pinyin: Li Zheng Dao) is a Chinese-born American physicist well known for his work on parity violation, the Lee Model, the Kinoshita-Lee-Nauenberg (KLN) theorem, particle physics, relativistic heavy ion collider (RHIC) physics, and the field of non-topological solitons. In 1957, at the age of 31, Lee shared the Nobel Prize in Physics for violation of parity law in weak interactions 'which has led to important discoveries of the elementary particles.' Tsung Dao (T.D.) Lee was born in Shanghai on November 24, 1926 ... In 1946, Lee went to the University of Chicago and was selected by Professor Enrico Fermi to become his PhD student. Lee completed his PhD thesis under Fermi in 1950. In 1953, Lee joined Columbia University, where he is a University Professor today")
|Associated language||eng chi