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|Description1911 Solvay conference.jpg||
Deutsch: Fotografie der Teilnehmer der ersten Solvay-Konferenz von 1911.
English: Photograph of participants of the first Solvay Conference, in 1911, Brussels, Belgium.
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Maurice de Broglie
Hendrik Antoon Lorentz
Heike Kamerlingh Onnes
Jean Baptiste Perrin
James Hopwood Jeans
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