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Michelson, Albert Abraham (1852-1931):

Short Biography – Michelson, Albert Abraham (1852-1931):

Born in Germany, Michelson was to come to American, and, by 1892, had settled into an academic life at the University of Chicago as a professor of Physics. He was to become the first American scientist to win a Nobel prize. Michelson invented the interferometer, being an instrument to measure the interference of waves (e.g. of light) from a common source. Chambers reports that it was Michelson’s work that set Einstein out on his work which developed into the theory of relativity.


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