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  • noun French nuclear physicist who generalized the wave-particle duality by proposing that particles of matter exhibit wavelike properties (1892-1987)

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Examples

  • Secret du Roi, the name Broglie to that of Chaumont, or else the words ‘Good Friday’ had made me think of

    The Sweet Cheat Gone

  • Owner Prince Louis Albert de Broglie pronounced de broy is a modern-day nobleman, preserving the heritage of Deyrolle.

    Woody Allen's Paris

  • Owner Prince Louis Albert de Broglie pronounced de broy is a modern-day nobleman, preserving the heritage of Deyrolle.

    Woody Allen's Paris

  • "Deyrolle always received artists," from Surrealist writer Andre Breton to Salvador Dali given a cameo comeback in Allen's film, de Broglie said.

    Woody Allen's Paris

  • "Deyrolle always received artists," from Surrealist writer Andre Breton to Salvador Dali given a cameo comeback in Allen's film, de Broglie said.

    Woody Allen's Paris

  • "Deyrolle always received artists," from Surrealist writer Andre Breton to Salvador Dali given a cameo comeback in Allen's film, de Broglie said.

    Woody Allen's Paris

  • The discovery of wave-particle duality in 1924 (by Louis de Broglie) and quantum uncertainty in 1927 (by Heisenberg) made quantum physics as much a branch of philosophy as science, stirring arguments that continue to the present day about how to interpret what the equations are telling us.

    How Physics Got Weird

  • Owner Prince Louis Albert de Broglie pronounced de broy is a modern-day nobleman, preserving the heritage of Deyrolle.

    Woody Allen's Paris

  • Owner Prince Louis Albert de Broglie pronounced de broy is a modern-day nobleman, preserving the heritage of Deyrolle.

    Woody Allen's Paris

  • "Deyrolle always received artists," from Surrealist writer Andre Breton to Salvador Dali given a cameo comeback in Allen's film, de Broglie said.

    Woody Allen's Paris

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