Klaus von Klitzing

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Klaus von Klitzing

Klaus von Klitzing (German: [klaʊ̯s fɔn ˈklɪ.t͡sɪŋ] (listen), born 28 June 1943, Schroda) is a German physicist, known for discovery of the integer quantum Hall effect, for which he was awarded the 1985 Nobel Prize in Physics. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Klaus von Klitzing has received more than 115,552 page views. His biography is available in 57 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 230th most popular physicist.

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Among physicists, Klaus von Klitzing ranks 229 out of 659Before him are Norman Foster Ramsey Jr., Georg von Békésy, Osborne Reynolds, Leo Esaki, Robert H. Goddard, and John Vincent Atanasoff. After him are Max Delbrück, Satyendra Nath Bose, Joseph Rotblat, Philip Warren Anderson, Martinus J. G. Veltman, and David Lee.

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Among people born in 1943, Klaus von Klitzing ranks 49Before him are Max Wright, Denis Sassou Nguesso, Peter Zumthor, Gianni Rivera, Pervez Musharraf, and Antônio Wilson Vieira Honório. After him are Arthur B. McDonald, Mario Botta, Masaru Emoto, Helmut Marko, Michael Mann, and Jean-Louis Tauran.

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In Poland

Among people born in Poland, Klaus von Klitzing ranks 167 out of 930Before him are Hans-Jürgen von Arnim (1889), Albrecht von Roon (1803), Albert Sabin (1906), Solomon Asch (1907), Henryk Górecki (1933), and Maxim Litvinov (1876). After him are Heinrich Rickert (1863), Joseph Rotblat (1908), Bolesław III Wrymouth (1086), Daniel Libeskind (1946), Nikolaus von Falkenhorst (1885), and Jarosław Kaczyński (1949).

Among PHYSICISTS In Poland

Among physicists born in Poland, Klaus von Klitzing ranks 9Before him are Max Born (1882), Otto Stern (1888), Maria Goeppert Mayer (1906), Rudolf Clausius (1822), Albert A. Michelson (1852), and Isidor Isaac Rabi (1898). After him are Joseph Rotblat (1908), Leopold Infeld (1898), Eugen Goldstein (1860), Vladimir Chelomey (1914), Friedrich Ernst Dorn (1848), and Hagen Kleinert (1941).

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