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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Erwin Schrödinger was born on August 12, 1887 in Vienna, Austria-Hungary. His nationality is Austrian, but Erwin also has his citizenship in Ireland along with Austria. Parents of Rudolf Schrodinger and Georgine Emilia Brenda, Erwin was an only child. His parents were Lutheran and Catholic, but he was an atheist. His grandmother was British, so when Erwin came home from school he would study English as another langue. His Alma Mater, which is where he went to college to study Physics and Quantum Mechanics, was the University of Vienna. Erwin married a girl named Annemarie Bertel on April 6, 1920. Forty-one years later on January 4, 1961 Erwin died from Tuberculosis. About Schrödinger Research on the Atom He wrote a paper on wave mechanics, in which he derived what is now known as the Schrödinger equation. The equation describes how the quantum state of a physical system changes over time, and giving the correct energy eigenvalues for a hydrogen-like atom with one electron. Schrödinger's Experiment Schrödinger's Cat experiment was his most famously recognized. In the experiment or paradox in order to illustrate the problem of the so-called Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics. The scenario in which a cat was hidden in a sealed box, where the cat's life or death was dependent on the state of a particular sub-atomic particle. , the cat remains both alive and dead until the box is opened. Erwin Schrödinger Erwin Schrödinger received a Nobel Peace Prize in Physics the year of 1933, after he met Albert Einstein. He published the inspirational book, "What is Life?" The book was and inspiration for James Watson and Francis Crick in sparking interest in cellular DNA. There is a moon crater named after him. He is referred to as the father of Quantum Mechanics. By Jalen Dostal Facts about Schrödinger
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