Albert Einstein life story

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(German: Albert Einstein Albayt Aytenstein) (March 14, 1879 - April 18, 1955) is a German-born Nobel Prize winning physicist. He is renowned for his famous relativity theory and especially the finding of the sources of mass-energy equivalence. He received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1921. It is mentioned as the reason for his reward, for his contribution to theoretical physics, and especially for the study of photoreal work. [1]

Albert Einstein
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Albert Einstein in 1947
The birth
14 March 1879
Woolm, Württemberg, Germany
18 April 1955 (76 years)
Princeton, New Jersey, USA
Germany, Italy, Switzerland, United States
German (1879-96, 1914-33)
Switzerland (1901-55)
US (1940-55)
Switzerland Patent Office (Bern)
Zurich University
Charles University of Prague
Prushiya Science Academy
Kaiser Wilhelm Institute
University of Leiden
Institute for Advanced Studies
former student
ETH Zurich
PhD advisor
Alfred Kleiner
The reason for the contact
General relativity
Special relativity
Brownian Speed
Mass-energy equivalence
Einstein's field equation
Integrated field theory
Basu-Einstein statistics
EPR Riddle
Notable awards
Nobel Prize medal.svg Nobel Prize in Physics (1921)
Kapili Medal (1925)
Max Planck Medal (1929)
Einstein has done a lot of research in various fields of physics and has contributed a lot to new inventions and discoveries. The special theory of the most famous relativity integrated mechanics and electromagnetism, and the general theory of relativity established a new gravitational theory by applying the theory of relativity to the motion of motion. His other contributions include relativity-based cosmology, capillary action, transcendent characterization, classical mechanics of classical mechanics and their application to quantum theory, an explanation of Brown's motion of molecule, the probability of molecular tranquility, quantum theory of one-molecule gas, the thermal properties of light in low distortion Photon theory based on the basis), radiation There was also a theory in which the stimulated emission, the concept of a unified field theory and physics jyamitikikarana.
In 1933, Adolf Hitler came to power in Germany, at the time he was a professor at the Berlin Academy of Sciences. Because of being a Jew, Einstein moved to Emerica at that time and did not return to Germany. He became a settler in America and obtained American citizenship in 1940. [2] Before the start of World War II, he wrote a letter to US President Franklin D. Roosevelt. In the letter, he urged the United States to start the same kind of research by pronouncing the warning that Germany could make "a different kind of powerful bomb." The Manhattan Project started its work through this letter. Einstein supported the Allies, but against the use of nuclear bomb. Later Russell-Einstein Manifesto [] compiled a discussion with the British philosopher Bertland Russell about the dangers of atomic bombs. He was associated with Principal University Institute of Advanced Studies until his death in 1955.
Einstein's research works include more than 50 scientific papers and some non-science books. [3] In 1999, Time magazine declared Einstein as "the best person of the century". Apart from a famous physicist vote, it has been known that almost everyone has recognized him as the best physicist of all time. [4] The word "Einstein" is now used to mean some kind of meritorious and keen intellectual or ordinary person in general culture and everyday use. That is, it is synonymous with merit. [5]

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