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Albert Einstein

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Alexa Myakonkova

on 24 November 2014

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Transcript of Albert Einstein

matter & energy - same thing in different forms
Brownian Movement
atoms exist!
size of the molecules
Avogadro's number
Unique Einstein
Brain removed by Thomas Stoltz Harvey in 1955
Personal Life
Born in Germany
Academic Life
Cantonal School in Aarau, Switzerland

1896 - Federal Institute of Technology (FIT)
graduated in 1900

1902 - inspector in the patent office
Influence On The World
Theoretically proved photoelectric effect
Accomplishments in Chemistry
Other Accomplishments
Albert Einstein
Awards Received
Extra Info:
Couldn't remember names,dates & phone numbers
March 14, 1879 - April 18, 1955
Slow learner as a child
Failed his University Entrance Exam
Spoke very slowly
Photoelectric Effect
made of photons
speed = 300,000 Km/s
Mileva Maric, in Switzerland
Hans & Eduard
1914 - moved to Berlin
Divorced in 1919
Elsa Loewenthal
Died in Princeton, New Jersey
1904 - professor at the German University in Prague, Czechoslovakia

Max Planck and Walther Nernst = Berlin

1920 - lifelong honorary visiting professorship
Dark Matter
no light
no electromagnetic radiation
addition to Newton's theory about the gravity
time and space are not constant
"Why the Sky is Blue?"
Molecules in the atmosphere scatter blue light
Photocells are the basic unit in solar energy panels
Convert some energy in sunlight into electrical energy
Television Camera Tubes
Automatic Doors
After 7:30 hours of his death
Part of lateral sulcus (Sylvian fissure)-absent
More glial cells,but the left parietal area

Barnard Medal (1920)

Nobel Prize in Physics (1921)

Copley Medal (1925)

Max Planck Medal (1929)

Time Person of the Century (1999)
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