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Kastler

[ kast-ler ]
/ kastˈlɛr /
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noun
Al·fred [al-fred], /alˈfrɛd/, 1902–84, French physicist, born in Germany: Nobel Prize 1966.
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How to use Kastler in a sentence

  • The blog post was corrected to reflect Maxime Jacquet’s current affiliation at the Kastler–Brossel Laboratory at Sorbonne University in Paris, rather than the University of Vienna, where he worked until last year.

  • “With these analogues we want to go and probe physics that we cannot touch with our hands,” said Maxime Jacquet of the Kastler–Brossel Laboratory at Sorbonne University in Paris.

  • There also came a sudden storm on the mountain, and the Kastler-Alpe was reduced to its present condition.

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