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Hund, Friedrich, 1896-1997

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Personal name headingHund, Friedrich, 1896-1997
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Birth date1896-02-04
Death date1997-03-31
Place of birthKarlsruhe (Germany)
Place of deathKarlsruhe (Germany)
Field of activityAtoms Molecules
Profession or occupationPhysicists
Found inLCCN 61-19170: His Theorie des Aufbaues der Materie, 1961 (hdg.: Hund, Friedrich, 1896-)
LC data base, 9-21-83 (hdg.: Hund, Friedrich, 1896-; usage: Friedrich Hund)
Wikipedia WWW site, June 28, 2007: Friedrich Hund page (Friedrich Hund (Feb. 4, 1896-Mar. 31, 1997), German physicist known for his work on atoms and molecules)
Encyclopaedia Britannica, via WWW, May 20, 2020 (Friedrich Hund; Friedrich Hermann Hund; born February 4, 1896 in Karlsruhe, Germany; died March 31, 1997 in Karlsruhe; German physicist known for his work on the electronic structure of atoms and molecules; he helped introduce the method of using molecular orbitals to determine the electronic structure of molecules and chemical bond formation; Hund taught and did research at German universities (Rostock, Leipzig, Jena, Frankfurt am Main, and Göttingen) exclusively, except for one year spent as a visiting lecturer at Harvard University; his publications include: Einführung in die theoretische Physik, 5 vol. (1945-50; Introduction to Theoretical Physics), Theoretische Physik, 3 vol. (1956-63); Theorie des Aufbaues der Materie (1961; Theory of the Structure of Matter); Grundbegriffe der Physik (1969; Fundamental Principles of Physics); and Geschichte der physikal Begriffe (1972; History of Physics Terminology))
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