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/ ˈsig bɑn /
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Karl Man·ne Ge·org [kahrl -mahn-nuh -yey-awr-yuh], /kɑrl ˈmɑn nə ˈyeɪ ɔr yə/, 1886–1978, Swedish physicist: Nobel prize 1924.
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/ (ˈsiːɡbɑːn) /
Kai (kaɪ). 1918–2007, Swedish physicist who worked on electron spectroscopy: Nobel prize for physics 1981
his father, Karl Manne Georg (kɑːrl ˈmanə ˈjeːɔrj). 1886–1978, Swedish physicist, who discovered the M series in X-ray spectroscopy: Nobel prize for physics 1924
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