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Higgs, Peter, 1929-2024

LC control no.no2010189476
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Personal name headingHiggs, Peter, 1929-2024
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Variant(s)Higgs, Peter, 1929-
Higgs, Peter W., 1929-2024
Other standard no.Q192112
0000 0001 0713 2514
Birth date1929-05-29
Death date2024-04-08
Place of birthNewcastle upon Tyne (England)
Place of deathEdinburgh (Scotland)
Field of activityPhysics Quantum theory Higgs bosons College teaching
Profession or occupationPhysicists Authors College teachers
Found inSample, I. Massive, 2010: p. 1 (Peter Higgs)
Wikipedia, Nov. 22, 2010 (Peter Ware Higgs, FRS, FRSE, FKC; b. May 29, 1929, Newcastle upon Tyne; theoretical physicist; emeritus prof., Univ. of Edinburgh)
Spontaneous symmetry breakdown without massless bosons, 1965: caption (Peter W. Higgs) p. 1 (on leave from the Tait Institute of Mathematical Physics, University of Edinburgh, Scotland)
Close, Frank. Elusive : how Peter Higgs solved the mystery of mass, 2022: subj. (Peter Ware Higgs was born on May 29, 1929, in Newcastle upon Tyne ; he is one quarter Scottish, his parents were from Bristol ; physicist whose Higgs boson theory was the missing piece of the Standard Model of particle physics, and the key to understanding why particles have mass)
Wikipedia, 15 April 2024 (Peter Higgs; d. 8 April 2024, Ediburgh, Scotland)
Associated languageeng