C. V. Raman
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Venkata Raman became to 7. November 1888 as a son mathematics and a physics lecturer in Trichinopoly in south India born. It visited the Presidency college starting from 1902 in WAD-races, where it 1904 its B.A. and 1907 the M.A. received. Thereat this time unfavorable conditions for an academic career were present, took it a place with the Indian Treasury on it found however possibilities, in its meager spare time its experimental research in the laboratory of the Indian society for the promotion of the sciences inTo continue Calcutta. 1917 were offered to it the again created Palit Chair for physics at the university of Calcutta, which he accepted. It changed 1933 as a professor at Indian Institut of the sciences in Bangalore and was after 1948 director of the institute for RAM onfor research, which it developed and cared for.
Raman justified 1926 the Indian journal OF Physics and promoted the structure of an Indian Academy of Sciences, which he managed as an establishment president.
Raman died to 21. November 1970 in Bangalore.
Raman is above all admits for the experimental discovery of the Ramanstreuung (inelastic dispersion of the light, which flexible dispersion called Rayleigh scattering). The procedure of the Ramanspektroskopie derived from it is one of the most important research methods of the molecule and solid-state physics,and/or. an important method of the material characterisation.
Raman became 1930 with the Nobelpreis for physics “for its work over the diffusion of the light and the discovery of the effect” and 1954 with the highest civilian medal of India, that, designated after it Bharat Ratna, excellently.
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|NAME||Raman, C. V.|
|Of Indian||physicists, is DATE OF BIRTH|
|7||admits ALTERNATIVE NAME Raman, Chandrasekhara Venkata SHORT DESCRIPTION to that particularly for the discovery|
|of the Ramanstreuung. November 1888|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Trichinopoly|
|DYING DATE||21. November 1970|