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Lederman, Leon M

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Personal name headingLederman, Leon M.
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Variant(s)Ledermen, Lion M.
レーダーマン, レオン
LocatedBronx (New York, N.Y.) Driggs (Idaho)
Birth date1922-07-15
Death date2018-10-03
Place of birthManhattan (New York, N.Y.)
Place of deathRexburg (Idaho)
Field of activityPhysics Particles (Nuclear physics) Neutrinos
AffiliationIllinois Institute of Technology
University of Chicago
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Columbia University
Profession or occupationNobel Prize winners
Physicists College teachers
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Found inHis From quarks to the cosmos, 1989: CIP t.p. (Leon M. Lederman)
His The God particle, 1993: t.p. (Leon Lederman) jacket (shared the 1988 Nobel Prize for physics; Prof. Illinois Institute of Technology)
Portraits of great American scientists, 2001: CIP t.p. (Leon M. Lederman) d.s (dob July 15, 1922)
New York times WWW site, viewed Oct. 4, 2018 (in obituary published Oct. 3: Leon Lederman; b. Leon Max Lederman, July 15, 1922, Manhattan; grew up in the Bronx; retired to Driggs, Idaho; d. early Wednesday [Oct. 3, 2018], Rexburg, Idaho, aged 96; his ingenious experiments with particle accelerators deepened science's understanding of the subatomic world; early in his career he and two colleagues demonstrated that there are at least two kinds of particles called neutrinos (there are now known to be three), a discovery that was honored in 1988 with a Nobel Prize in Physics)
Božija Čestica, 1998: title page (Lion Ledermen) page 421 (Lion M. Ledermen)
Associated languageeng