Emil Lenz

1804 - 1865

Emil Lenz

Heinrich Friedrich Emil Lenz (; German: [lɛnts]; also Emil Khristianovich Lenz, Russian: Эмилий Христианович Ленц; 12 February 1804 – 10 February 1865), usually cited as Emil Lenz, was a Russian physicist of Baltic German descent who is most noted for formulating Lenz's law in electrodynamics in 1834. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Emil Lenz has received more than 58,486 page views. His biography is available in 47 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 89th most popular physicist.

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Among physicists, Emil Lenz ranks 89 out of 659Before him are Edward Teller, John Bardeen, Owen Willans Richardson, Rudolf Clausius, Clinton Davisson, and William Henry Bragg. After him are William Rowan Hamilton, Arthur Compton, Albert A. Michelson, Arnold Sommerfeld, C. F. Powell, and George Gamow.

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Among people born in 1804, Emil Lenz ranks 6Before him are Ludwig Feuerbach, George Sand, Johann Strauss I, Wilhelm Eduard Weber, and Mikhail Glinka. After him are Benjamin Disraeli, Napoléon Louis Bonaparte, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Franklin Pierce, Mongkut, and Richard Owen. Among people deceased in 1865, Emil Lenz ranks 6Before him are Abraham Lincoln, John Wilkes Booth, Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, Leopold I of Belgium, and Ignaz Semmelweis. After him are William Rowan Hamilton, Anna Pavlovna of Russia, Nicholas Alexandrovich, Tsesarevich of Russia, Johann Franz Encke, Robert FitzRoy, and Infante Francisco de Paula, Duke of Cádiz.

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In Estonia

Among people born in Estonia, Emil Lenz ranks 4 out of 181Before him are Catherine I of Russia (1684), Alfred Rosenberg (1893), and Arvo Pärt (1935). After him are Karl Ernst von Baer (1792), Fabian Gottlieb von Bellingshausen (1778), Lennart Meri (1929), Wolfgang Köhler (1887), Konstantin Päts (1874), Louis Kahn (1901), Arnold Rüütel (1928), and Paul Keres (1916).

Among PHYSICISTS In Estonia

Among physicists born in Estonia, Emil Lenz ranks 1After him are Thomas Johann Seebeck (1770) and Georg Wilhelm Richmann (1711).

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