A German physicist of the twentieth century. Heisenberg was one of the founders of quantum mechanics, the discoverer of the uncertainty principle, and a leader of Germany's attempt to construct an atomic bomb (see also atomic bomb) in World War II.
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For the first time, what Heisenberg does, he does—knowingly, consciously—for himself.
For a moment or two, it looked like Walter “Heisenberg” White might actually become “Mr. Lambert.”
We heard it for the first time when Heisenberg was in the bunker with Saul.
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Werner has developed quite a different theory of the structure of complex ions.
Madame Werner explained all this to her husband, at her daughter's request.
"I will go and see her," said Meeta one morning to Madame Werner.
Werner von Orseln, the eldest and gravest of all, glanced round the full circle of his mess.
Werner followed unwillingly and with deep flush of shame upon his brow.