Definition of George gamow
1. Noun. United States physicist (born in Russia) who was a proponent of the big-bang theory and who did research in radioactivity and suggested the triplet code for DNA (1904-1968).
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Literary usage of George gamow
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1. Calcutta Review by University of Calcutta (1844)
"george gamow and John M. Cleveland : Physics, Foundations and Frontiers, Second Edition, p. 319. 2. ..."
2. Theoretical Kinematics by Oene Bottema, Bernard Roth (1990)
"$4.95 THIRTY YEARS THAT SHOOK PHYSICS: The Story of Quantum Theory, george gamow. Lucid, accessible introduction to influential theory of energy and matter. ..."
3. The Command of Light: Rowland's School of Physics and the Spectrum by George Kean Sweetnam (2000)
"george gamow was "very promising—not a mathematician." As for Erwin Schrödinger: "shot his bolt." And Max Born was "too old. Health?")81 In the 1920s, ..."
4. The Paperback Art of James Atavi by Piet Schreuders, James Avati, Kenneth Fulton (2005)
"... Joan Didion W. Somerset Maugham W. Somerset Maugham Harry Harrison Kenneth Robeson AJ Cronin AJ Cronin Jay Williams Lael Tucker george gamow John O'Hara ..."