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Kamerlingh Onnes

[ kah-muhr-ling aw-nuhs ]
/ ˈkɑ mər lɪŋ ˈɔ nəs /
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noun
Hei·ke [hahy-kuh], /ˈhaɪ kə/, 1853–1926, Dutch physicist: Nobel Prize 1913.
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Kamerlingh-Onnes
/ (Dutch ˈkɑmərlɪŋˈonəs) /

noun
Heike (ˈhaɪkə). 1853–1926, Dutch physicist: a pioneer of the physics of low-temperature materials and discoverer (1911) of superconductivity. Nobel prize for physics 1913
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